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Touch-Sensing Input Devices (1996)
Video Figure from CHI 1999 Paper. Author(s): Ken Hinckley & Mike Sinclair

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; input devices; interaction techniques; sensor technologies; haptic input; tactile input; touch-sensing devices
Duration: 00:02:48
Popularity (downloads): 455
 
A Palmtop Display for Dextrous Manipulation with Haptic Sensation (1996)
Video figure from CHI 1996 Paper. Author(s): Haruo Noma, Tsutomu Miyasato & Fumio Kishino

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; Palmtop display; Haptic sensation; Force display; Virtual reality; Teleconference; User interface
Duration: 00:02:02
Popularity (downloads): 950
 
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
 
An Efficient Text Input Method for Pen-based Computers (1998)
Video Figure from CHI 1998 Paper. Author(s): Toshiyuki Masui

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; Input devices; Pen-based input; Predictive interface; Hand-held devices
Duration: 00:02:18
Popularity (downloads): 432
 
NaviPoint: An Input Device for Mobile Information Browsing (1998)
Video Figure from CHI 1998 Paper. Author(s): Kiyokuni Kawachiya & Hiroshi Ishikawa

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; input device; information browsing; user interface; PDAs;hand-held devices; mobile computing
Duration: 00:02:47
Popularity (downloads): 462
 
CLAPOTI (2002)
CLAPOTI, a voice communication assistive technology, aims at offering a communication support system allowing better communication, adaptable to users and strongly varying in needs. CLAPOTI allows voice communication by typing...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: user-centered design;disability;virtual phonetic keyboard;
Duration: 00:05:06
Popularity (downloads): 1186
 
Towards Usable VR: An Empirical Study of User Interfaces for lmmersive Virtual Environments (1996)
Video Figure from CHI 1999 Paper. Author(s): Robert W. Lindeman, John L. Sibert & James K. Hahn

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; 3D user interfaces; bimanual interaction; virtual environments; virtual reality; passive-haptic feedback
Duration: 00:02:14
Popularity (downloads): 445
 
UIST 2002 - PointRight: Experience with Flexible Input Redirection in Interactive Workspaces (2000)
We describe the design of and experience with PointRight, a peer-to-peer pointer and keyboard redirection system tha operates in multi-machine, multiuser environments. PointRight employs a geometric moel for redirecting...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: UIST; Input redrection; ubiquitous computing; multi-display environments
Duration: 00:03:02
Popularity (downloads): 574
 
FRIDGE: exploring intuitive interaction styles for home information appliances (2001)
Video Poster from CHI 2001. This paper describes FRIDGE, an experimental prototype of a simple home messaging appliance, which combines a graspable user interface and pen input. FRIDGE is...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; graspable user interface; tangible user interface; pen input;information appliance; mixed reality
Duration: 00:03:36
Popularity (downloads): 606
 
ACM UIST 2000 - The architecture and implementation of CPN2000; a post-WIMP graphical application (2000)
They have developed an interface for editing and simulating Coloured Petri Nets based on toolglasses, marking menus and bi-manual interaction, in order to understand how novel interaction techniques could be...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: UIST; OpenGL; advanced interaction techniques; coloured Petri nets; instrumental interaction; post-WIMP interfaces; two-handed input; user interface toolkit
Duration: 00:02:38
Popularity (downloads): 534
 

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