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Magazine: Summer 2010 | Volume 16, No. 4

The future of interaction<br />Interfaces everywhere

COLUMN: Letter from the editor

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The future of interaction
Interfaces everywhere

By Chris Harrison

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Inbox

DEPARTMENT: Inbox

Inbox

By XRDS Staff

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Tags: Document types, General and reference

About the redesign<br />The path to the new XRDS

DEPARTMENT: Updates

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About the redesign
The path to the new XRDS

By James Stanier

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Microsoft Developer Academic Alliance

DEPARTMENT: Benefit

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Microsoft Developer Academic Alliance

By Daniel Gooch

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Marketing your ideas<br />Don't sell yourself short

COLUMN: Advice

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Marketing your ideas
Don't sell yourself short

By Daniel Lemire

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SECTION: Features

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In search of a natural gesture

While computing has advanced exponentially, almost explosively, since the 1970s, input devices have only just begun to change. Why?

By Johnny Chung Lee

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Tags: Human computer interaction (HCI)

Pen-based computing

Pen-based computing

Pens may seem old-fashioned, but some researchers think they are the future of interaction. Can they teach this old dog some new tricks?

By Gordon Kurtenbach

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Tags: Human computer interaction (HCI)

Interactive surfaces and tangibles

Interactive surfaces and tangibles

Tap. Slide. Swipe. Shake. Tangible user interfaces have some scientists toying around with stuff you can really put your hands on.

By Sergi Jordà, Carles F. Julià, Daniel Gallardo

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Tags: Human computer interaction (HCI)

Interfaces on the go

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Interfaces on the go

Enabling mobile micro-interactions with physiological computing.

By Desney Tan, Dan Morris, T. Scott Saponas

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Tags: Human computer interaction (HCI)

My new PC is a mobile phone

My new PC is a mobile phone

Techniques and devices are being developed to better suit what we think of as the new smallness.

By Patrick Baudisch, Christian Holz

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Tags: Law, social and behavioral sciences

From brains to bytes

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From brains to bytes

Brain-computer interfaces have the potential to change the way we use devices, and there are at least four methods for implementation.

By Evan Peck, Krysta Chauncey, Audrey Girouard, Rebecca Gulotta, Francine Lalooses, Erin Treacy Solovey, Doug Weaver, Robert Jacob

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Tags: Human computer interaction (HCI)

Profile Hiroshi Ishii<br />Tangible bits

Real-time detection with webcam

DEPARTMENT: Hello world

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Real-time detection with webcam

By Dmitry Batenkov

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Tags: Computer vision, Image manipulation, Image processing

Microsoft research<br />Redmond, Washington

DEPARTMENT: Labz

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Microsoft research
Redmond, Washington

By Tom Bartindale

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Apple's mouse<br />25 years later

DEPARTMENT: Back

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Apple's mouse
25 years later

By James Stanier

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