Takuto Yoshikawa

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Large multi-touch tabletops are useful for collocated collaborative work involving multiple users. However, applying traditional WIMP interfaces to tabletops causes problems where users cannot reach GUI elements, such as icons or buttons, on the opposite side with their hands, and they sometimes have difficulty in reading the content of GUI elements because(More)
Reaching objects displayed on the opposite side of a large multi-touch tabletop with hands is difficult. This forces users to move around the tabletop. We present a remote pointing technique we call HandyPointing. This technique uses pull-out, a bimanual multi-touch gesture. The gesture allows users to both translate the cursor position and change(More)
A large multi-touch tabletop has remote areas that the users might not reach by their hands. This forces users to walk around the tabletop. In this video, we present a novel remote control technique which we call HandyScope. This technique allows users to manipulate those remote areas. Moreover, users can transfer an object between the nearby area and the(More)
The differences of understanding of words among individuals often lead to miscommunication or misimpression. These differences are dependent on individual subjectivity. This paper proposes a method that visualizes the relationships of impression words employed to evaluate the same objects in semantic differential method. The proposed method applies the(More)
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