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Tangible user interfaces in context and theory

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Tangible user interfaces in context and theory
Tangible User Interface (TUI) research has become increasingly widespread over the past 25 years. It is an essential component of Ubiquitous Computing and Augmented Reality research. It introduces many challenging problems in the theory and practice of interaction design. However much day-to-day research is concerned with the practicalities of making these systems work. In this workshop, we focus on the analytic and generative theories of TUI use, and the ways in which these can be applied to the design and evaluation of TUIs in real contexts. Keywords Tangible user interface, ubiquitous computing, augmented reality ACM Classification Keywords H.5.2 User Interfaces I.3.6 Interaction techniques
Alan F. Blackwell, George W. Fitzmaurice, Lars Eri
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where CHI
Authors Alan F. Blackwell, George W. Fitzmaurice, Lars Erik Holmquist, Hiroshi Ishii, Brygg Ullmer
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