Tag Archives: 2005 Paper

Paper: PapierCraft: A Command System for Interactive Paper

PapierCraft: A Command System for Interactive PaperLiao, C., Guimbretière, F., and Hinckley, K. PapierCraft: A Command System for Interactive Paper. In ACM UIST 2005 Symp. on User interface Software and Technology, Seattle, WA, pp. 241-244.  [PDF] [video .MOV]

Paper: Design and Analysis of Delimiters for Selection-Action Pen Gesture Phrases in Scriboli

Pen Gestures in ScriboliHinckley, K., Baudisch, P., Ramos, G., and Guimbretiere, F., Design and Analysis of Delimiters for Selection-Action Pen Gesture Phrases in Scriboli. In Proc. CHI 2005 Conf. on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Portland, OR, April 02 – 07, 2005, pp. 451-460. [PDF] [video .WMV]

[Watch Scriboli Pen Gestures on YouTube]

Paper: Snap-And-Go: Helping Users Align Objects without the Modality of Traditional Snapping

Baudisch, P., Cutrell, E., Hinckley, K., and Eversole, A. Snap-And-Go: Helping Users Align Objects without the Modality of Traditional Snapping. In Proc. CHI 2005 Conf. on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Portland, OR, April 02 – 07, 2005, pp. 301-310. CHI 2005 Best Paper Nomination Award. [PDF] [demo on Patrick Baudisch’s Flash web page]

Paper: Experimental Analysis of Mode Switching Techniques in Pen-Based User Interfaces

Mode Switching ExperimentLi, Y., Hinckley, K., Guan, Z., and Landay, J. A., Experimental Analysis of Mode Switching Techniques in Pen-Based User Interfaces. In Proc. CHI 2005 Conf. on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Portland, OR, April 02 – 07, 2005, pp. 461-470. [PDF] [animated .GIF showing experimental task]

Journal Article: Foreground and Background Interaction with Sensor-Enhanced Mobile Devices

Sensing for Mobile Interaction: Automatic Portrait-Landscape Rotation Hinckley, K., Pierce, J., Horvitz, E., and Sinclair, M. Foreground and Background Interaction with Sensor-Enhanced Mobile Devices. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, Vol 12, No. 1 (Mar. 2005), pp. 31-52. [PDF] [video mpeg from UIST 2000 paper]

Sensing Techniques for Mobile Interaction on YouTube