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HuddleLamp: Spatially-Aware Mobile Displays for Ad-hoc Around-the-Table Collaboration
- Roman Rädle, Hans-Christian Jetter, Nicolai Marquardt, Harald Reiterer, Y. Rogers
- Computer ScienceITS '14
- 16 November 2014
A novel hybrid sensing approach that uses RGB and depth data to increase tracking quality and a technical evaluation of its capabilities and limitations is contributed.
Fluid interaction for information visualization
- N. Elmqvist, A. Moere, Hans-Christian Jetter, D. Cernea, Harald Reiterer, T. J. Jankun-Kelly
- ArtInf. Vis.
- 22 August 2011
This article collects examples of visualizations with ‘best-in-class’ interaction and uses them to extract practical design guidelines for future designers and researchers to address the issue of interaction in visualization.
Blended Interaction: understanding natural human–computer interaction in post-WIMP interactive spaces
- Hans-Christian Jetter, Harald Reiterer, Florian Geyer
- Computer Science, ArtPersonal and Ubiquitous Computing
- 1 June 2014
This work introduces Blended Interaction, a new conceptual framework that helps to explain when users perceive user interfaces as “natural” or not, and introduces four domains of design to structure the underlying problem and design space: individual and social interaction, workflow, and physical environment.
Materializing the query with facet-streams: a hybrid surface for collaborative search on tabletops
- Hans-Christian Jetter, J. Gerken, M. Zöllner, Harald Reiterer, Natasa Milic-Frayling
- Computer Science, ArtCHI
- 7 May 2011
Two user studies reveal how Facet-Streams unifies visual and tangible expressivity with simplicity in interaction, supports different strategies and collaboration styles, and turns product search into a fun and social experience.
Connichiwa: A Framework for Cross-Device Web Applications
- Mario Schreiner, Roman Rädle, Hans-Christian Jetter, Harald Reiterer
- Computer ScienceCHI Extended Abstracts
- 18 April 2015
Connichiwa is a versatile framework for creating web applications across multiple devices that base Connichiwa on four key goals: integration of existing devices, independence of network infrastructure, versatility of application scenario, and usability of its API.
Adaptive Pointing - Design and Evaluation of a Precision Enhancing Technique for Absolute Pointing Devices
A novel classification scheme is introduced to more clearly discriminate between different approaches to improve pointing performance for absolute input devices by implicitly adapting the Control-Display gain to the current user's needs without violating users' mental model of absolute-device operation.
Adaptive personal territories for co-located tabletop interaction in a museum setting
A novel, tabletop-integrated multi-user tracking system that provides data on a user's location and movement is implemented and an interaction design is presented that assigns a visually separated display space to each user, the space serving them as a personal territory.
Spatially-aware or Spatially-agnostic?: Elicitation and Evaluation of User-Defined Cross-Device Interactions
- Roman Rädle, Hans-Christian Jetter, Mario Schreiner, Zhihao Lu, Harald Reiterer, Y. Rogers
- Computer ScienceCHI
- 18 April 2015
The results indicate that spatially-aware techniques are preferred by users and can decrease mental demand, effort, and frustration, but only when they are designed with great care.
Squidy: a zoomable design environment for natural user interfaces
The interaction library Squidy is introduced, which eases the design of natural user interfaces by unifying relevant frameworks and toolkits in a common library and allows users to adjust the complexity of the user interface to their current need and knowledge.
Design and Implementation of Post-WIMP Distributed User Interfaces with ZOIL
- Hans-Christian Jetter, M. Zöllner, J. Gerken, Harald Reiterer
- Computer ScienceInt. J. Hum. Comput. Interact.
- 28 September 2012
The Zoomable Object-Oriented Information Landscape (ZOIL) is introduced, a novel design approach and software framework for post-WIMP DUIs in interactive spaces that facilitates the implementation of ZOIL's design principles in practice.