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  • Blog Post: NUI Concept Videos: CHI2009

    In attempt to visualize a more casual approach to the future of ‘technology’ here are a couple of concept videos recently shown at CHI2009 in the Concept Video segment. These pieces were directed and driven by Microsoft Surface’s own August de los Reyes and Dane Storrusten with the unique styling’s of...
  • Blog Post: I may be the ShamWow guy’s successor!

    Here’s a photo of me giving a demo to around 18 people at CHI 2009. Like I said, the interest in Microsoft Surface was intense! After I beat our developer Bryan Beatty (who demo’ed repeatedly to large crowds like this at PDC 2008… and some in Japanese!), all I needed was a headset-mic to replace Vince...
  • Blog Post: Please touch this touch screen with your finger like that…

    More than one attendee of the Multitouch and Surface Computing Workshop at CHI 2009 made sure that I was aware of a touch-based informational kiosk at the conventional center… Note that there are three cues to the user to hint that it is touch-enabled. For applications that run on Microsoft Surface,...
  • Blog Post: Jeff Han, Surface, CHI 2009

    Over 70 HCI students, researchers and practitioners—representing the best brains on multitouch research—gathered in a room at CHI 2009 and talked about how we—collectively as the multitouch research community—can advance the field. This Special Interest Group session was organized by our very own Daniel...
  • Blog Post: “Gentlemen, this is the future!”

    I was preparing our booth at the annual CHI conference when the staff of the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority (MCCA) showed up. These are the gentlemen and ladies who prepare and maintain the center for the rest of us. Without them, there will be a few thousand very confused and caffeine-deprived...
  • Blog Post: Multitouch and Surface Computing workshop

    This Saturday (April 4, 2009), Dennis Wixon and yours truly (along with three researchers from Finland--Giulio Jacucci and Ann Morrison--and Canada--Scott MacKenzie) will be co-hosting a workshop at the annual SIG-CHI conference in Boston. The conference brings together a few thousand international academic...
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