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Distributed Applets (1997)
Video demonstration from the 1997 CHI conference. This video shows several examples of distributed active web content, that is, applets that can communicate with other applets running on different...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; active objects; applets; distriburted applications; groupware
Duration: 00:08:00
Popularity (downloads): 353
 
ACM InterCHI 1993 Isssue 89 - The Active Badge System (1992)
The Active Badge is used to provide information about where people are. It is battery powered; transmits in the infra-red spectrum. As well as transmitting the Active Badge...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; Active Badge; communication; information; multimedia information systems;
Duration: 00:09:35
Popularity (downloads): 528
 
NASAConnect - MOAT - Active Remote Sensing and Lidar (2004)
NASA Connect Segment explains how scientist use LIDAR to help them measure aerosols in the atmosphere. It also describes active remote sensing.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Aerosol; Remote Sensing; LIDAR; Atmosphere;
Duration: 00:04:11
Popularity (downloads): 585
 
ACM CHI+GI 1987 + CHI 1991 Issue 27 - Alternate Reality Kit (1987)
This video is an overview of the Alternate Reality Kit (ARK); an animated environment for creating interactive simulations. ARK is built upon a physical-world metaphor: all objects have an image;...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; Alternate Reality Kit; User Interface; Animated Environment; Perfomance;
Duration: 00:15:58
Popularity (downloads): 2184
 
UIST 2002 - An Annotated Situation-Awareness Aid for Augmented Reality (2002)
We present a situation-awareness aid for augmented reality system based on an annotated "world in miniature". Our aid is designed to provide users with an overview of their environment...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: UIST; world in miniature; augmented reality; mobile computing; user interaction
Duration: 00:03:09
Popularity (downloads): 542
 
ACM CHI 1994 Issue 97 - Toolglass & Magic Lenses: The See-Through Interface (1993)
In current interfaces, users select objects, apply operations and change viewing parameters in distinct in distinct steps that require switching attention among several screen areas. Our See-Though Interface system...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; user interface; multi-hand; click-through; lens; viewing filter; button; menu; control panel; trasparent; macro;
Duration: 00:10:10
Popularity (downloads): 542
 
ACM UIST 1997 - Fix and Float (1996)
The two traditional techniques for moving objects in graphical workspaces are "dragging" and "cut and paste". Each method has some disadvantages. We introduce a new method, called fix...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: UIST; desktop assistant; browserware; WWW; browser; annotation; asychrounous collaboration; community knowledge; bookmarks; indexing; barcodes.
Duration: 00:01:38
Popularity (downloads): 396
 
ACM CHI 2000 - Tivoli: Intergrating structured domain objects into a freeform whiteboard environment (1999)
Tivoli is an application program to support working meetings on an electronic whiteboard. Tivoli's user interface is based on a whiteboard metaphor. It supports freeform expression by providing pen-based drawing,...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; customization; gestural UIs; implicit structure; informal UIs; meeting support tools; pen-based systems; perceptual UIs; user interface design; whiteboard metaphor;
Duration: 00:08:30
Popularity (downloads): 451
 
TIME: Three-dimensional Input, Modification and Evaluation (1996)
Video demonstration from the 1996 CHI conference. Simple intuitive manipulation of three-dimensional objects is needed for the conceptualizing phase of design. Present CAD systems do not allow for the...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; Tactile or gestural I/0; visualization; input devices; two handed input
Duration: 00:04:35
Popularity (downloads): 450
 
ACM CHI 1990 Issue 57 - Selecting Graphical Objects (1990)


Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI;
Duration: 00:04:19
Popularity (downloads): 441
 

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