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The Music Table enables the composition of musical patterns by arranging cards on a tabletop. An overhead camera allows the computer to track the movements and positions of the cards and to provide immediate feedback in the form of music and on-screen computer generated images. Musical structure is experienced as a tangible space enriched with physical and(More)
We present an environment that enables non-programmers to quickly author interactive augmented reality projects without writing code or waiting to compile. Major changes to models, animation, behaviors and interactivity can be made while the application is running, and the results immediately seen on a HMD or screen. We do this by combining marker-tracking(More)
OBJECTIVE This study was conducted to compare eating attitudes and lifestyles of male and female college students in China (Beijing). SUBJECTS AND METHODS The subjects of this study consisted of 217 male and 177 female college students. They were asked to fill out the Eating Attitudes Test-26 (EAT-26) and a lifestyle questionnaire. RESULTS The(More)
The Music Table is an augmented reality system for composing music by manipulating objects on a tabletop as a physicalized representation of the music being heard. Educational theory, and the apparent success of related applications in various learning contexts, seems to support this idea. In our experiments with children, all were able to make a musical(More)
Over eight years of working with computers, a recurring problem has been what to do when existing tools fail to grow along with artistic ideas. Having failed to become skilled at programming, I have repeatedly sought ways to deal with this problem. I describe my experience of working with programmers and my adoption of various visual programming tools. I(More)
We propose gCubik+i as a new interactive platform that naturally interfaces a 3D display with a tabletop display. The proposed platform is suitable for group collaboration and it introduces two novel interaction paradigms to existing tabletop display applications: 1) natural switching between the shared working spaces of the table and the users’ hands; and(More)