Learn More
Increasingly expressive input and information presentation techniques are said to enhance interactivity. This paper argues that increased interactivity alone is not sufficient. Though in many cases it may allow more flexible or efficient methods for conveying users' needs, it is often true that a range of retrieved information is obtained from which the(More)
This dissertation involves prototyping an interface which enables children to edit video in order to create simple stories. The editing will be carried out by manipulating graphical representations of the content of various short sequences of video (pre-defined by the programmer). The system will present the child with a brief description of the story to be(More)
  • 1