I attended my first Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces (ITS) conference last week and presented an overview of our work to date on the MTAGIC project. I thoroughly enjoyed the conference! There is just so much great and interesting work going on in the areas of touch and gesture interaction for all types of platforms, ranging from smart interactive tabletops, to interactive boards, to Kinect-based mid-air gestures, to mobile touchscreen devices, and more. I presented our MTAGIC findings with respect to how children expect to and do use touchscreen devices differently than adults, focusing on low-level interactions such as touching onscreen targets and making finger gestures. For those interested, check out my slides. I look forward to attending next year’s ITS 2013 conference in St. Andrews, Scotland, UK!
Monthly Archives: November 2012
Last week at the ICMI 2012 conference, I presented a new gesture recognizer in the $-family, called $P. $P is highly accurate, needing few training examples or templates, and is able to handle gestures made with any number of strokes in any order or direction, but uses simple concepts that make it accessible to those other than experts in machine learning or pattern matching. Find my presentation slides here.