Monday, January 25, 2016

Note from ETIS '16 -- Day 1

Opening


background, opportunity


[Evolution of Tangible Interaction]

*References
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  • Habituated interaction: understanding habits as developed though mutual interaction, where people and technologies adapt to each other over time.
  • Inherently meaningful, inter usability: Understand tangible interaction as an approach to designing interactive and smart objects which respect and export the user’s bodily skills and which build upon the notion that our traditional phy…


Tester’s Law — Larry Tesler, former VP of Apple

  • You cannot reduce the complexity of a given task beyond a certain point. Once you’ve reached that point, you can only shift the burden around.








IoT school — gathering weather info from a school in Africa, to grow plants in a school in UK

Ugle — wooden owl that can be controlled over the internet 
(Many other interesting project in the website)

The internet of useless things — funny examples of IoTs

Intel, Sarah Gallacher - Internet of Tangible Things, VOX BOX
Modular design, group activity

people assume: card = data holder. not connected to the internet because it doesn’t look like a computer

voxbox + talk box

physikit

smartcitizen — urban sensing. crowd funding.

physikit + smartcitizen — made people engaged in utilising smart citizen. before this, smart citizen had high drop rate. published CHI ’16.




pointing tasks
[Pointing tasks]

  • direct pointing, indirect pointing
  • absolut pointing relative pointing
  • position control, rate control
  • isotonic (without resistance) device, isometric (with resistance, the device doesn't move but recognize the force on it.) device

introduction of structure light scanning (early 2000s)
  • works well in lab, but not in outside (because of sunlight, etc.)
  • then photo scanning (photographic acquisition): fragment problem. how to put them together? [Reuter, Riviera, Couture, Mahout, Espinasse, acm jock 2010] -> by manual interaction. clutch to keep the objects’ position (Buxton’s state model)

Noise of 3d information (from scanning)
  • how to distinguish large/small noise? to interpolate.
  • both size of couverture would be informative. use a method with circle with dynamic size

3D geometry inspection with AR
  • finger is tracked (leap motion), there is virtual torch to show additional information (processed image to see the statue better.) [Ridel, Reuter, Riviera, Laviole, Mellado, Couture, Granier, ACM JOCCH 2014]
  • direct pointing

The future
  • using new devices to put this setting in mobile context
  • example: finding vein to inject.
  • projecting tech is getting mature (don’t need lamp. red/green/blue laser synthesise color. can change focus to objects in distance and close at the same time) (projector is small as as a coin) (lenovo has laser system in mobile. not commercialised yet)
  • example: HideOut project: mobile projector interaction with tangible … by disney
  • vision par ordinaeur: normal lends + micro lens. can generate different focus from static image. (4d image). want to use this tech. in microscopic level.