Natural Interaction Research

Established: October 12, 2011

The Natural Interaction Research group aims to enrich and reimagine the human-computer interface. Our team explores a wide variety of interaction topics including sensing and display hardware, touch and stylus input, spatial and augmented reality, and user modeling.

 

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Mouse 2.0: Multi-touch meets the mouse
Nicolas Villar, Shahram Izadi, Dan Rosenfeld, Hrvoje Benko, John Helmes, Jonathan Westhues, Steve Hodges, Eyal Ofek, Alex Butler, Xiang Cao, Billy Chen, in Proceedings of UIST 2009, ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology. p. 33-42. UIST 2009 Best Paper Award., Association for Computing Machinery, Inc., October 1, 2009, View abstract, Download PDF

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