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All across the circle : using auto-ordering to improve object transfer between mobile devices
(Canadian Human-Computer Communications Society, 2016-06-01) - Conference item
People frequently form small groups in many social and professional situations: from conference attendees meeting at a coffee break, to siblings gathering at a family barbecue. These ad-hoc gatherings typically form into ...
Designing the Unexpected : Endlessly Fascinating Interaction for Interactive Installations
(ACM, 2015-01-15) - Conference item
We present A Delicate Agreement, an interactive art installation designed to intrigue viewers by offering them an unfolding story that is endlessly fascinating. To achieve this, we set our story in the liminal space of an ...
Reading small scalar data fields: color scales vs. Detail on Demand vs. FatFonts
(Canadian Human-Computer Communications Society, 2017-05-16) - Conference item
We empirically investigate the advantages and disadvantages of color- and digit-based methods to represent small scalar fields. We compare two types of color scales (one brightness-based and one that varies in hue, saturation ...
The Haptic Touch toolkit : enabling exploration of haptic interactions
(ACM, 2012-02-19) - Conference item
In the real world, touch based interaction relies on haptic feedback (e.g., grasping objects, feeling textures). Unfortunately, such feedback is absent in current tabletop systems. The previously developed Haptic Tabletop ...