Thursdays, 4:00-6:30, Olsen 401
and by appointment
Office hours: Wednesdays 1:00-3:00 and by appointment
E-mail address: On syllabus
Installers for the class software
Eric's code examples from class on 2/3/2011
- Lab 3, due 24 February 2011
Week 11: Multi-touch for computer gaming and visualization
(Handed out on 4/7/2011, for class on 4/14/2011)
Week 10: Pen/tablet computing and its relation to multi-touch
- Michael S. Horn, Matthew Tobiasz, and Chia
Shen, Visualizing Biodiversity
with Voronoi Treemaps, Proceedings of Sixth Annual International
Symposium on Voroni Diagrams in Science and Engineering, June 23-26,
2009, Copenhagen, Denmark.
- Maarten Cardinaels, Karel Frederix, Johan Nulens, Dieter Van
Rijsselbergen, Maarten Verwaest, and Philippe
Bekaert, A Multi-Touch 3D Set Modeler for Drama
Production, Proceedings of the International Broadcasting
Convention (IBC 2008), p. 330-335, 2008.
- Daniel Stødle, Tor-Magne Stien Hagen, John Markus
Bjørndalen, and Otto
J. Anshus, Gesture-Based, Touch-Free
Multi-User Gaming on Wall-Sized, High-Resolution Tiled Displays,
Journal of Virtual Reality and Broadcasting, Volume 5, no.10, 2008.
(Handed out on 3/31/2011, for class on 4/7/2011)
Week 9: Multi-touch for Disaster Response and Robot Control
- Patrick Baudisch, Edward Cutrell, Dan Robbins, Mary Czerwinski,
Peter Tandler, Benjamin Bederson, and Alex
Zierlinger, Drag-and-Pop and
Drag-and-Pick: techniques for accessing remote screen content on
touch- and pen-operated systems, In Proceedings of Interact 2003.
- Matthew Kam, Jingtao Wang, Alastair Iles, Eric Tse, Jane Chiu,
Daniel Glaser, Orna Tarshish and John
Canny, Livenotes: A System for Cooperative and
Augmented Note-Taking in Lectures, CHI 2005, April 2-7, 2005,
Portland, Oregon, USA.
- Joseph J. LaViola Jr. and Robert
C. Zeleznik, MathPad2: A System for the
Creation and Exploration of Mathematical Sketches, ACM
Transactions on Graphics (Proceedings of SIGGRAPH 2004),
23(3):432-440, August 2004.
(Handed out 3/24/2011, for class on 3/31/2011)
Week 8: Different Form Factors
- Mark Micire, Evolution and Field
Performance of a Rescue Robot, Journal of Field Robotics, Volume
25, Issue 1-2, p. 17-30, 2008.
- Mark Micire, Jill L. Drury, Brenden Keyes, and Holly
Yanco, Multi-Touch Interaction for
Robot Control, Proceedings of the International Conference on
Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI), Sanibel Island, Florida, February
- Bob Bever, Multi-touch Technology
Enabler for Advanced Command and Control, 21st Annual Systems &
Software Technology Conference (SSTC), April 20-23 2009, Salt Lake
- Daisuke Sakamoto, Koichiro Honda, Masahiko Inami, and Takeo
Igarashi, Sketch and Run: A Stroke-based
Interface for Home Robots, Proceedings of the 27th International
Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), April 04-09,
2009, Boston, Massachusetts.
(Handed out 3/10/2011, for class on 3/24/2011)
Week 7: NASA Multi-touch Redesign
(Handed out 3/3/2011, for class on 3/10/2011)
There are six papers to read for this week:
Week 6: Designing GUIs for multi-touch
(Handed out 2/24/2011, for class on 3/3/2011)
Week 5: Designing Gesture Sets
- Daniel Wigdor, Gerald Penn, Kathy Ryall, Alan Esenther, and Chia
Shen, Living with a Tabletop:
Analysis and Observations of Long Term Office Use of a Multi-Touch
Table, IEEE International Workshop on Horizontal Interactive
Human-computer Systems, October 2007.
- Stacey D. Scott, M. Sheelagh T. Carpendale, and Kori
M. Inkpen, Territoriality in
Collaborative Tabletop Workspaces, CSCW-04, November 6-10, 2004,
- Mark Hancock and Sheelagh Carpendale,
Supporting Multiple Off-Axis
Viewpoints at a Tabletop Display, Second Annual IEEE International
Workshop on Horizontal Interactive Human-Computer Systems (TABLETOP
- Yvonne Rogers and Sian Lindley.
Collaborating Around Large
Interactive Displays: Which Way Is Best To Meet?, Interacting
with Computers, Volume 16, Issue 6, pp. 1133-1152, December 2004.
(Handed out 2/17/2011, for class on 2/24/2011)
Week 4: Ergonomics and Usability
- Jacob O. Wobbrock, Meredith Ringel Morris, and Andrew D. Wilson,
User-Defined Gestures for Surface Computing, CHI 2009, Boston, MA,
April 4-9, 2009.
- Mike Wu, Chia Shen, Kathy Ryall, Clifton Forlines, and Ravin
Registration, Relaxation, and Reuse for Multi-Point Direct-Touch
Surfaces, Proceedings of the First IEEE International Workshop
on Horizontal Interactive Human-Computer Systems (TABLETOP '06),
- Mark Micire, Munjal Desai, Amanda Courtemanche, Katherine M. Tsui,
and Holly A. Yanco,
Analysis of Natural Gestures for Controlling Robot Teams on
Multi-touch Tabletop Surfaces. ACM International Conference on
Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces, Banff, Alberta, November 23-25,
- Mark Micire, Munjal Desai, Jill L. Drury, Eric McCann, Adam
Norton, Katherine M. Tsui, and Holly
Design and Validation of Two-Handed Multi-Touch Tabletop Controllers
for Robot Teleoperation. Proceedings of the International
Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces, Palo Alto, CA, February
(Handed out 2/10/2011, for class on 2/17/2011)
Week 3: Multi-Touch Technologies
and Design: A Reference Guide, Compiled and Written by Scott
Openshaw and Erin Taylor, Allsteel 2006.
- J. Nielsen, Iterative
User Interface Design, IEEE Computer 26, 11 (November), 32-41,
- Michael Nielsen, Moritz Storring, Thomas B. Moeslund, and Erik
A Procedure for Developing Intuitive and Ergonomic Gesture Interfaces
for Man-Machine Interaction, Technical Report CVMT 03-01, ISSN
1601-3646, CVMT, Aalborg University, March, 2003
(Handed out 2/3/2011, for class on 2/10/2011)
Week 2: Usability and Feedback
- Jefferson Y. Han, Low-Cost Multi-Touch
Sensing through Frustrated Total Internal Reflection, UIST '05,
October 23-27, 2005, Seattle, Washington, USA.
- Johannes Schoning, Peter Brandl, Florian Daiber, Florian Echtler,
Otmar Hilliges, Jonathan Hook, Markus Lochtefeld, Nima Motamedi,
Laurence Muller, Patrick Olivier, Tim Roth, and Ulrich von
Zadow, Multi-Touch Surfaces: A Technical
(Handed out 1/27/2011, for class on 2/3/2011)
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