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ACM CHI 1995 - The DragMag Image Magnifier (1994)
Computer image magnification often results in the loss of the contextual information. Two image magnification prototypes are presented that solve this problem. IN both the base image is...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; data display; pan; scroll; zoom
Duration: 00:02:50
Popularity (downloads): 621
 
PhotoMesa: A Zoomable Image Browser (2001)
PhotoMesa is an image browser with an easy-to-use interface designed for family use. It allows users to see many directories of images at once, and uses zooming to navigate through...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: Zoom; Image; Browser; HCIL;
Duration: 00:10:33
Popularity (downloads): 1390
 
ACM UIST 2000 - Illusions of infinity: feedback for infinite worlds (2000)
Sensory feedback for user actions in arbitrarily large information worldscan exhaust the limited dynamic range of human sensation. Two well-known illusions, one optical and one auditory, can be used...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: UIST; ZUI; interface feedback; multiscale interfaces; sensory illusions; zoom views
Duration: 00:05:43
Popularity (downloads): 650
 
ACM InterCHI 1993 Isssue 88 - Browsing Graphs Using a Fisheye View (1992)
The video demonstrates a system for viewing large graphs. It's one of many possible implementations of a general framework for graphical fisheye views that we have developed. The...

Genre: Educational
Keywords: CHI; Graphs; Fisheye View; Design; Human Factors;
Duration: 00:04:00
Popularity (downloads): 584
 
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
 

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