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IUI
2010
ACM
11 years 10 months ago
The RelFinder user interface: interactive exploration of relationships between objects of interest
Being aware of the relationships that exist between objects of interest is crucial in many situations. The RelFinder user interface helps to get an overview: Even large amounts of...
Steffen Lohmann, Philipp Heim, Timo Stegemann, J&u...
CHI
2005
ACM
12 years 1 months ago
Imprints of place: creative expressions of the museum experience
Personalization and social awareness, important aspects in the definition of a place, are traditionally overlooked in the design of technology for museums. We describe Imprints, a...
Kirsten Boehner, Jennifer Thom-Santelli, Angela Zo...
CHI
2005
ACM
12 years 1 months ago
tranSticks: physically manipulatable virtual connections
A virtually connected medium called tranStick is described that functions both as a "virtual wire" and as a "memory card" containing a shared space. A user can...
Yuji Ayatsuka, Jun Rekimoto
CHI
2006
ACM
12 years 1 months ago
Active CyberCode: a directly controllable 2D code
Many augmented reality (AR) applications which overlay computer graphics on a real image have been developed. One of the limitations of such applications is that a user has to con...
Yuji Ayatsuka, Jun Rekimoto
CHI
2006
ACM
12 years 1 months ago
A goal-oriented web browser
Many users are familiar with the interesting but limited functionality of Data Detector interfaces like Microsoft's Smart Tags and Google's AutoLink. In this paper we si...
Alexander Faaborg, Henry Lieberman
CHI
2008
ACM
12 years 1 months ago
The new face of procedural content: a real world approach
This paper describes a project that uses real-world computer-troubleshooting scenarios to test and expand upon the latest research and technical knowledge in the area of procedura...
Axel Roesler, Connie Douglass-Olberg, David Brunet...
CHI
2009
ACM
12 years 2 months ago
DinnerWare: why playing with food should be encouraged
DinnerWare is an exploration of eating as a medium for computation and aesthetic expression. It consists of a dining service electronically equipped to react to the properties of ...
Marcelo Coelho
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