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|All Day||Doctoral Symposium||All Day||Workshop 1: Beyond Flat Displays|
|9:00 am||Tutorial 1: Beyond Flat Displays|
|11:00 am||Tutorial 2: Open Exhibits|
|12:30 pm||Lunch||1:30 pm||Tutorial 3: Sketching the user experience|
|3:30 pm||Tutorial 4: High Performance Interactive Surface Possibilities|
|5:00 pm||Welcome Reception|
|9:00 am||Opening Remarks (Conference Chairs) & Opening Keynote (Pattie Maes)|
Paper Session: "Interacting in 3d"
Session Chair: Miguel Nacenta, University of St. Andrews
Investigating Selection above a Multi-touch Surface
Direct Manipulation and the Third Dimension: Co-Planar Dragging on 3D Displays
Evaluation of Depth Perception for Touch Interaction with Stereoscopic Rendered Objects
Paper Session: "Multiple Displays and Devices"
Session Chair: Mark Hancock, University of Waterloo
Gradual Engagement: Facilitating Information Exchange between Digital Devices as a Function of Proximity
Eliciting Usable Gestures for Multi-Display Environments
MobiSurf: Improving Co-located Collaboration through Integrating Mobile Devices and Interactive Surfaces
Paper Session: "Surfaces in the Wild"
Session Chair: Anthony Tang, University of Calgary
Tabletop Games for Photo Consumption at Theme Parks
Investigating Menu Discoverability on a Digital Tabletop in a Public Setting
Re-Collision: a Collision Reconstruction Forensics Tabletop Interface (Note)
|7:30 pm||Conference Dinner Banquet|
Paper Session: "Off the Wall: Free-space Interactions with TVs and Projected Displays"
Session Chair: Frederic Vernier, Universite Paris-Sud
Investigating Mid-Air Pointing Interaction for Projector Phones
Web on the Wall: Insights from a Multimodal Interaction Elicitation Study
Kinected Browser: Depth Camera Interaction for the Web (Note)
Paper Session: "Surfaces in Education"
Session Chair: Hrvoje Benko, Microsoft Research
A Collaborative Environment for Engaging Novices in Scientific Inquiry
Orchestrating a Multi-tabletop Classroom: From Activity Design to Enactment and Reflection
Combinatorix: a Tangible User Interface that Supports Colaborative Learning of Probabilities (Note)
Paper Session: "Pens and Paper"
Session Chair: Andrew Wilson, Microsoft Research
Tangible Paper Interfaces: Interpreting Pupils's Manipulations (Best Paper Nominee)
Empirical Evaluation of Uni- and Bimodal Pen and Touch Interaction Properties on Digital Tabletops
Hand-rewriting: Automatic Rewriting Similar to Natural Handwriting (Best Paper Nominee)
Paper Session: "Touching with Precision"
Session Chair: Brygg Ullmer, Louisiana State University
Towards the Keyboard of Oz: Learning Soft-Keyboard Models from Raw Optical Sensor Data
Finger and Hand Detection for Multi-Touch Interfaces Based on Maximally Stable Extremal Regions
Measuring the Linear and Rotational User Precision in Touch Pointing (Best Paper Nominee)
|5:30 pm||Town Hall Meeting|
Demos & Posters Reception (MIT Media Lab)
Pub crawl after the demo reception starting at CBC
|9:30 am||Chair Announcements|
Paper Session: "Interaction Techniques and Widgets"
Session Chair: Raimund Dachselt, Technische Universitat Dresden
SnapRail: A Tabletop User Interface Widget for Addressing Occlusion by Physical Objects (Note)
HandyWidgets: Local Widgets Pulled-out from Hands (Note)
Pseudo-Weight: Making Tabletop Interaction with Virtual Objects More Tangible (Note)
Paper Session: "Understanding Users"
Session Chair: Niklas Elmqvist, Purdue University
Touch, Click, Navigate: Comparing Tabletop and Desktop Interaction for Map Navigation Tasks
Microanalysis of Active Reading Behavior to Inform Design of Interactive Desktop Workspaces
"I didn’t mean that!”: Technical Challenges in Interpreting Children’s Touch and Gesture Input in Mobile Contexts
|12:30 pm||Brown Bag Lunch|
Paper Session: "Interacting with Information Using Surfaces"
Session Chair: Juergen Steimle, MIT Media Lab
Branch-Explore-Merge: Facilitating Real-Time Revision Control in Collaborative Visual Exploration
Use Your Head: Tangible Windows for 3D Information Spaces in a Tabletop Environment (Best Paper Nominee)
TouchWave: Kinetic Multi-touch Manipulation for Hierarchical Stacked Graphs (Best Paper Nominee)
|4:30 pm||Closing Keynote (Andy Wilson, Microsoft Research) & Closing Remarks (Conference Chairs)|