25 April 2006
16:30 - 18:00
It's a Small World After All
More Than Meets the Eye: A Qualitative Study of Context Photography
Presents a user study of a novel camera application, in which contextual movement and sound visually affect the picture. Shows how photography can be extended beyond the analogue metaphor.
TinyMotion: Camera Phone Based Interaction Methods
This paper presents TinyMotion, a pure software approach that detects the movements of cellphones in real time by analyzing image sequences captured by the built-in camera.
Piles Across Space, Breaking the Real Estate Barrier on PDAs
We present our design and implementation of the Piles Across Space system. This facility breaks through the screen real-estate barrier that PDAs impose on their applications.
Z-agon: The Envisioned Design of Multimedia Computer in A 2.5 inched Tangible
Based on research of user needs and user interaction, a cubic multi-display device named Z-agon was envisioned as a packaged design of the hardware, tangible interface and contents.
CarCOACH: A Driving Tutor for the Road
Experiment evaluating an in-vehicle driving advisor using controlled feedback and continuous feedback (positive and negative). Can assist designers in deciding what type of feedback works best for guidance systems.
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