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Award: Lasting Impact Award

Lasting Impact Award thumbnailLasting Impact Award, for Sensing Techniques for Mobile Interaction, UIST 2000. “Awarded for its scientific exploration of mobile interaction, investigating new interaction techniques for handheld mobile devices supported by hardware sensors, and laying the groundwork for new research and industrial applications.” Awarded to Ken Hinckley, Jeff Pierce, Mike Sinclair, and Eric Horvitz at the 24th ACM UIST October 2011 (Sponsored by the ACM, SIGCHI, and SIGGRAPH). October 18, 2011. Check out the original paper or watch the video appended below.

UIST 2011 Lasting Impact Award for "Sensing techniques for mobile interaction"

Sensing Techniques for Mobile Interaction on YouTube

Paper: Sensor Synaesthesia: Touch in Motion, and Motion in Touch

Sensor SynaesthesiaHinckley, K., and Song, H., Sensor Synaesthesia: Touch in Motion, and Motion in Touch, In Proc. CHI 2011 Conf. on Human Factors in Computing Systems. CHI 2011 Honorable Mention Award. [PDF] [video .WMV].

Watch Sensor Synaesthesia video on YouTube

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: Sensing Techniques for Mobile Interaction

Sensing for Mobile Interaction: Automatic Portrait-Landscape RotationHinckley, K., Pierce, J., Sinclair, M., and Horvitz, E. Sensing techniques for mobile interaction. In ACM UIST 2000 Symp. on User interface Software and Technology, San Diego, California, Nov. 5, 2000. pp. 91-100. UIST 2000 Best Paper Award. [PDF] [video mpeg] Note: See the follow up two-page technical note on sensing for mobile phones as well as our 2005 journal article on this line of research.

Sensing Techniques for Mobile Interaction on YouTube

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]