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VIDA (Visual Information Density Adjuster) (1996)
Video demonstration from the 1999 CHI conference. Multiple studies have shown that clutter or sparsity in visual representations can have negative effects ranging from decreased user performance to diminished...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; interactive graphics;information navigation; multiscale interfaces; visual interfaces; visualization; zoomable interfaces
Duration: 00:08:23
Popularity (downloads): 365
 
Poly-Vectoral Reverse Navigation: Simplifying Traversal To and From Shared Nodes (2001)
Design Expo demonstration from CHI 2001. A shared node is a packet of information accessible from more than one context. A few techniques exist for display- ing and navigating...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; navigation; shared nodes; contexts; web design
Duration: 00:03:22
Popularity (downloads): 411
 
SHriMP Views: An Interactive Environment for Information Visualization and Navigation (2002)
Video presentation from the 2002 CHI conference. The SHriMP (Simple Hierarchical Multi-Perspective) visualization technique was designed to enhance how people browse and explore complex information spaces. SHriMP uses a...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI: Information visualization; information navigation; software tools; knowledge management; flow diagrams
Duration: 00:07:10
Popularity (downloads): 697
 
ACM CHI 2000 - Navigation methods for an augmented reality system (1999)
BUILD-IT is a planning tool based on computer vision technology, supporting complex planning and composition tasks. A group of people, seated around a table, interact with objects in a virtual...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; augmented reality; bricks; design; groupware; interaction; navigation; tangible; ubiquitous; viewpoint control;
Duration: 00:06:30
Popularity (downloads): 376
 
ACM UIST 1997 - Elastic Windows: A hierarchical multi-window world-wide-web browser (1997)
The World-wide web is becoming an invaluable source for the information needs of many users. However, current browsers are still primitive, in that they do not support many of the...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: UIST; World-Wide Web; information visualization; user interfaces; window management
Duration: 00:05:14
Popularity (downloads): 400
 
Exploring 3D Navigation: Combining Speed-coupled Flying with Orbiting (2001)
Video Figure from CHI 2001 Paper. Author(s): Desney S. Tan, George G. Robertson & Mary Czerwinski

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; egocentric navigation; 3D virtual environments; user studies; interaction techniques
Duration: 00:02:08
Popularity (downloads): 529
 
NASAConnect - WYGTYA - Early Mariner Navigation (2004)
NASA Connect Segment exploring the history of man's conquest of the seas. The video explains how boats navigated the waters.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Mariner; Navigation; GPS; Boat;
Duration: 00:01:34
Popularity (downloads): 1520
 
NASAConnect - WYGTYA - Early Aircraft Navigation (2004)
NASA Connect Segment exploring the history of aviation. It explains GPS and what is being done to help pilots navigate in the air and on the ground.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Navigation; GPS; Aircraft; Pilots; Runway; Aerospace;
Duration: 00:02:48
Popularity (downloads): 1469
 
NASA Connect - GoE - Navigation To Mars and More Ellipses (2004)
NASA Connect Segment that explores how NASA scientists use geometry to navigate spacecraft from Earth to Mars. It also explains the goals and accomplishments of the Viking Mission.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Navigation to Mars; Spacecraft; NASA Viking Mission; Ellipses; Geometry in Navigation;
Duration: 00:03:03
Popularity (downloads): 934
 
NASAConnect - WYGTYA - Bird Navigation (2004)
NASA Connect Segment explaining how birds navigate. Compares the aspects of GPS with natural migration of birds.

Genre: Educational
Keywords: NASA Connect; Birds; Migration; Navigation; GPS;
Duration: 00:02:46
Popularity (downloads): 1543
 

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