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BodyScope: a wearable acoustic sensor for activity recognition
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We developed a wearable acoustic sensor, called BodyScope, to record the sounds produced in the user's throat area and classify them into user activities, such as eating, drinking, speaking, laughing, and coughing. Expand
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Getting into the Living Memory Box: Family archives & holistic design
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We present a research and design study of the Living Memory Box, a device and service to assist families in preserving memories in a variety of media forms. Expand
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CAMP: A Magnetic Poetry Interface for End-User Programming of Capture Applications for the Home
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In this paper, we present a study that examines how users conceptualize applications involving automated capture and playback of home activities and reveals a breadth of home applications that people desire. Expand
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SemFeel: a user interface with semantic tactile feedback for mobile touch-screen devices
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We present SemFeel, a tactile feedback system which informs the user about the presence of an object where she touches on the screen and can offer additional semantic information about that item. Expand
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Storyboarding: an empirical determination of best practices and effective guidelines
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We present two formative studies designed to uncover the important elements of storyboards. Expand
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Virtual shelves: interactions with orientation aware devices
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We present Virtual Shelves, a technique to trigger programmable shortcuts that leverages the user's spatial awareness and kinesthetic memory using a spatially-aware mobile device within the circular hemisphere in front of her. Expand
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The 1line keyboard: a QWERTY layout in a single line
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We present the 1Line keyboard, a soft QWERTY keyboard that is 140 pixels tall (in landscape mode) and 40% of the height of the native iPad keyboard. Expand
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Breaking the disposable technology paradigm: opportunities for sustainable interaction design for mobile phones
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We present a qualitative study of mobile phone ownership, replacement and disposal practices geared towards identifying design opportunities towards sustainable mobile phone interfaces. Expand
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SpaceSense: representing geographical information to visually impaired people using spatial tactile feedback
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We built a handheld system for representing geographical information called SpaceSense, which includes custom spatial tactile feedback hardware-multiple vibration motors attached to different locations on a mobile touch-screen device. Expand
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Sensing foot gestures from the pocket
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We study the human capability associated with performing foot-based interactions which involve lifting and rotation of the foot when pivoting on the toe and heel and develop a system to learn and recognize foot gestures using acceleration data recorded by a built-in accelerometer on the mobile device. Expand
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