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2004
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Bimodal HCI-related affect recognition
Perhaps the most fundamental application of affective computing would be Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) in which the computer is able to detect and track the user’s affective ...
Zhihong Zeng, Jilin Tu, Ming Liu, Tong Zhang, Nich...
ICMI
2004
Springer
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TouchLight: an imaging touch screen and display for gesture-based interaction
A novel touch screen technology is presented. TouchLight uses simple image processing techniques to combine the output of two video cameras placed behind a semi-transparent plane ...
Andrew D. Wilson
ICMI
2004
Springer
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Multimodal transformed social interaction
Understanding human-human interaction is fundamental to the long-term pursuit of powerful and natural multimodal interfaces. Nonverbal communication, including body posture, gestu...
Matthew Turk, Jeremy N. Bailenson, Andrew C. Beall...
ICMI
2004
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The virtual haptic back for palpatory training
This paper discusses the Ohio University Virtual Haptic Back (VHB) project, including objectives, implementation, and initial evaluations. Haptics is the science of human tactile ...
Robert L. Williams II, Mayank Srivastava, John N. ...
ICMI
2004
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EyePrint: support of document browsing with eye gaze trace
Current digital documents provide few traces to help user browsing. This makes document browsing difficult, and we sometimes feel it is hard to keep track of all of the informati...
Takehiko Ohno
ICMI
2004
Springer
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Collaboration in parallel worlds
We present a novel paradigm for human to human asymmetric collaboration. There is a need for people at geographically separate locations to seamlessly collaborate in real time as ...
Ashutosh Morde, Jun Hou, S. Kicha Ganapathy, Carlo...
ICMI
2004
Springer
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'SlidingMap': introducing and evaluating a new modality for map interaction
In this paper, we describe the concept of a new modality for interaction with digital maps. We propose using inclination as a means for panning maps on a mobile computing device, ...
Matthias Merdes, Jochen Häußler, Matthi...
ICMI
2004
Springer
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A framework for evaluating multimodal integration by humans and a role for embodied conversational agents
One of the implicit assumptions of multi-modal interfaces is that human-computer interaction is significantly facilitated by providing multiple input and output modalities. Surpri...
Dominic W. Massaro
ICMI
2004
Springer
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Visual touchpad: a two-handed gestural input device
This paper presents the Visual Touchpad, a low-cost vision-based input device that allows for fluid two-handed interactions with desktop PCs, laptops, public kiosks, or large wall...
Shahzad Malik, Joseph Laszlo
ICMI
2004
Springer
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GroupMedia: distributed multi-modal interfaces
In this paper, we describe the GroupMedia system, which uses wireless wearable computers to measure audio features, headmovement, and galvanic skin response (GSR) for dyads and gr...
Anmol Madan, Ron Caneel, Alex Pentland
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