Integrating Physical and Digital Interactions for Creative Collaboration

“For the past six years at UC Berkeley and Stanford University, my colleagues and I have conducted research into user interfaces that bind physical and electronic representations of artifacts for integrated interaction: Manipulation in one medium effects a corresponding change in the artifact’s dual medium. Based on fieldwork with designers, office workers, scientists, and engineers, we’ve created and evaluated integrated interfaces ranging from whiteboards to oral history transcripts to field notebooks.” Scott Klemmer is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University, where he co-directs the Human-Computer Interaction Group. This is happening at Xerox PARC, October 27, 2005, 4:00 p.m.

In fact, plenty of interesting people to listen to in the next few weeks. Two fighting it out tomorrow night, the 11th: New Business Opportunities Leveraging Web APIS and User Research Strategies: What Works, What Does Not Work. Both are full of names you’d recognize. I’ll be at the User Research one incidentally.

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