Last month, my colleague Quincy Brown and I presented our project on Mobile Touch and Gesture Interaction for Children (MTAGIC) at the CHI 2012 EIST workshop. We gave an overview of the work we’ve done so far and a little preview of what we plan to do next. The slides for the talk are posted here. See the EIST 2012 program for all the papers and talks.
Monthly Archives: June 2012
GI 2012 talk posted!
Last week I presented our work on enhancing our $N multistroke recognizer by integrating Yang Li‘s Protractor matching method at GI 2012. The presentation was more algorithm-focused than most of the HCI talks in the conference (and most of my other work), but still generated a few interesting questions. The slides for the talk are posted here. Stay tuned for future enhancements to the $-family of recognizers!
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