Tag Archives: control-display ratio

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]

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Paper: Mouse Ether: Accelerating the Acquisition of Targets across Multi-Monitor Displays

Mouse Ether Pointing Technique for Multiple MonitorsBaudisch, P., Cutrell, E., Hinckley, K., and Gruen, R., Mouse Ether: Accelerating the Acquisition of Targets across Multi-Monitor Displays. In Proc. CHI 2004 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Vienna, Austria, April 24 – 29, 2004, pp. 1379-1382. [PDF] [video .AVI]

Paper: Quantitative Analysis of Scrolling Techniques

Quantitative Analysis of Scrolling Techniques, CHI 2002Hinckley, K., Cutrell, E., Bathiche, S., and Muss, T., Quantitative Analysis of Scrolling Techniques. In Proc. CHI 2002 Conf. on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Minneapolis, MN, April 20 – 25, 2002, pp. 65-72.  [PDF]

Paper: Speed-Dependent Automatic Zooming for Browsing Large Documents

Speed-Dependent-Automatic-ZoomingIgarashi, T. and Hinckley, K, Speed-Dependent Automatic Zooming for Browsing Large Documents. In Proc. UIST 2000 Symp. on User Interface Software and Technology, San Diego, CA, Nov. 5, 2000, pp. 139-148. [PDF] [video .MOV] [Takeo’s Java Applet Demo]. Note: This technique is now widely referred to by the acronym “SDAZ.”

[Watch Speed Dependent Automatic Zooming on YouTube].

Unpublished Manuscripts: Bimanual Keyboard Scrolling Strip Concepts

Scrolling Strip - Left Side of KeyboardHinckley, K., Bimanual Keyboard Scrolling StripScrolling Strip - Center of Ergonomic Keyboard Concepts. Unpublished Manuscripts, July 24 – Aug 02, 2000. This is a technical white paper and a usability report that I wrote up about various touch-sensitive scrolling concepts for two-handed interaction on a keyboard, inspired in part by the Buxton & Myers two-handed input paper 0f CHI 1986. [PDF – Technical White Paper] [PDF – Usability Report]

Paper: The VideoMouse: A Camera-Based Multi-Degree-of-Freedom Input Device

Video Mouse Six Degree-of-Freedom MouseHinckley, K., Sinclair, M., Hanson, E., Szeliski, R., and Conway, M., The VideoMouse: A Camera-Based Multi-Degree-of-Freedom Input Device. In Proc. UIST 1999 Symp. on User interface Software and Technology, Asheville, NC, November 07 – 10, 1999, pp. 103-112. [PDF]

Paper: New Applications for the Touchscreen in 2D and 3D Medical Imaging Workstations

Touchscreen in 2D and 3D Medical Imaging WorkstationsHinckley, K, Goble, J., Pausch, R., Kassell, N. F., New Applications for the Touchscreen in 2D and 3D Medical Imaging Workstations, In Proc. 1995 SPIE Conference on Medical Imaging: Image Display, SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2431, April 27, 1995, pp.561-570. [PDF]