Thursday, November 12, 2015

[First post] UIST 2015 full video found on the Internet

So, UIST2015 is exciting. But almost all of the authors didn't upload their camera ready video to ACM digital library (at least I cannot find in the "source materials" tab as usual).
The 30 seconds preview uploaded at ACM youtube account is not enough.
But luckily, some authors do upload the full video in their personal or lab youtube/vimeo page.
So, this post serves to collect and share those full UIST paper video found on the Internet.

Tomo: Wearable, Low-Cost Electrical Impedance Tomography for Hand Gesture Recognition

EM-Sense: Touch Recognition of Uninstrumented, Electrical and Electromechanical Objects

3D Printed Hair: Fused Deposition Modeling of Soft Strands, Fibers, and Bristles

Tracko: Ad-hoc Mobile 3D Tracking Using Bluetooth Low Energy and Inaudible Signals for Cross-Device Interaction

NanoStylus: Enhancing Input on Ultra-Small Displays with a Finger-Mounted Stylus

Candid Interaction: Revealing Hidden Mobile and Wearable Computing Activities

MoveableMaker: Facilitating the Design, Generation, and Assembly of Moveable Papercraft

LineFORM: Actuated Curve Interfaces for Display, Interaction, and Constraint

LineFORM from Tangible Media Group on Vimeo.

Kinetic Blocks: Actuated Constructive Assembly for Interaction and Display

Kinetic Blocks from Tangible Media Group on Vimeo.

uniMorph: Fabricating Thin Film Composites for Shape-Changing Interfaces

uniMorph from Tangible Media Group on Vimeo.

Push-Push: A Drag-like Operation Overlapped with a Page Transition Operation on Touch Interfaces

Gunslinger: Subtle Arms-down Mid-air Interaction

Pin-and-Cross: A Unimanual Multitouch Technique Combining Static Touches with Crossing Selection

Encore: 3D Printed Augmentation of Everyday Objects with Printed-Over, Affixed and Interlocked Attachments

Encore: 3D Printed Augmentation of Everyday Objects with Printed-Over, Affixed and Interlocked Attachments from Xiang 'Anthony' Chen on Vimeo.

ReForm: Integrating Physical and Digital Design through Bidirectional Fabrication

Makers' Marks: Physical Markup for Designing and Fabricating Functional Objects

Patching Physical Objects

Protopiper: Physically Sketching Room-Sized Objects at Actual Scale

Foldio: Digital Fabrication of Interactive and Shape-Changing Objects With Foldable Printed Electronics

Gaze-Shifting: Direct-Indirect Input with Pen and Touch Modulated by Gaze

Orbits: Gaze Interaction for Smart Watches using Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements

Looking through the Eye of the Mouse: A Simple Method for Measuring End-to-end Latency using an Optical Mouse

Joint 5D Pen Input for Light Field Displays

to add more when found...

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