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PUC
2007
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Ubiquitous Memories: a memory externalization system using physical objects
In this paper we propose an object-triggered human memory augmentation system named ‘‘Ubiquitous Memories’’ that enables a user to directly associate his/her experience dat...
Tatsuyuki Kawamura, Tomohiro Fukuhara, Hideaki Tak...
PRESENCE
1998
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The Sounds of Physical Shapes
We propose a general framework for the simulation of sounds produced by colliding physical objects in a virtual reality environment. The framework is based on the vibration dynami...
Kees van den Doel, Dinesh K. Pai
WSCG
2003
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Development of a Flexible Augmented Prototyping System
In designing physical objects, tangible models play an important part. Recent advances in augmented reality displays show new directions to support this field of prototyping. This...
Jouke C. Verlinden, A. de Smit, Aernout W. J. Peet...
DARE
2000
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WebStickers: using physical tokens to access, manage and share bookmarks to the Web
In the WebStickers system, where barcode stickers may be attached to physical objects making them act as bookmarks to the worldwide web in a convenient way to the user. Using read...
Peter Ljungstrand, Johan Redström, Lars Erik ...
AAAI
2000
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Anchoring Symbols to Sensor Data: Preliminary Report
Anchoring is the process of creating and maintaining the correspondence between symbols and percepts that refer to the same physical objects. Although this process must necessaril...
Silvia Coradeschi, Alessandro Saffiotti
IJCAI
2001
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Perceptual Anchoring of Symbols for Action
Anchoring is the process of creating and maintaining the correspondence between symbols and percepts that refer to the same physical objects. Although this process must necessaril...
Silvia Coradeschi, Alessandro Saffiotti
NIPS
2008
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An ideal observer model of infant object perception
Before the age of 4 months, infants make inductive inferences about the motions of physical objects. Developmental psychologists have provided verbal accounts of the knowledge tha...
Charles Kemp, Fei Xu
COOPIS
2004
IEEE
9 years 5 days ago
Cooperative Artefacts
In this position paper we introduce Cooperative Artefacts, physical objects that embed sensing, communication, computation and actuation in physical objects. In contrast to many ot...
Hans-Werner Gellersen
UIST
1998
ACM
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Informative Things: How to Attach Information to the Real World
We describe a new method and implementation for managing information through the use of physical objects. In today’s networked world, the trend is toward working in a global vir...
Rob Barrett, Paul P. Maglio
CSCW
1998
ACM
9 years 20 days ago
Tangible Interfaces for Remote Collaboration and Communication
Current systems for real-time distributed CSCW are largely rooted in traditional GUI-based groupware and voice/video conferencing methodologies. In these approaches, interactions ...
Scott Brave, Hiroshi Ishii, Andrew Dahley
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