Logjam: A Tangible Multi-Person Interface for Video Logging

@inproceedings{Cohen1999LogjamAT,
  title={Logjam: A Tangible Multi-Person Interface for Video Logging},
  author={Jonathan Cohen and Meg Withgott and Philippe Piernot},
  booktitle={CHI},
  year={1999}
}
This paper describes the evolution, implementation, and use oflogjam, a system for video logging. The system features agame-board that senses the location and identities of pieces placedupon it. The board is the interface that enables a group of peopleto log video footage together. We report on some of the surprisingphysical and social dynamics that we have observed in multi-personlogging sessions using the system. 
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