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Research overview talk posted (video)!

In November, I gave an overview of my research at Rutgers University‘s School of Communication and Information during their LIS (Library & Information Science department) Brown Bag seminar. All of their seminars are video-recorded and uploaded to YouTube, so I am grateful to them for allowing me to share the talk with you here. It’s called “Understanding, Designing, and Developing Natural User Interactions for Children” and outlines my research arc in this area beginning with my dissertation work and continuing through my current work on the MTAGIC project and the $-family of gesture recognizers. You can watch the full video (about an hour) below, or check it out at Rutgers CommInfo’s YouTube channel.

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