Tag: Multi-Touch

SecuVa – A Collaborative Gesture Framework Supporting Tabletop User Interfaces

In the course of his Master thesis at the Hochschule RheinMain, Tim Hofmann researched the possibilities of collaborative gestures on tabletop user interfaces. I supervised his thesis and am really impressed what Tim has created.

Posted in Gestures, HCI, Hochschule RheinMain, Multi-Touch, Tabletop Systems Tagged with: collaboration, gestures, Multi-Touch, tabletop

Touchscreen Interface for Seamless Data Transfer Between the Real and Virtual Worlds

I still love the interaction between real documents and touch interfaces.

Posted in Augmented Reality, Gestures, Multi-Touch, Video Projection Tagged with: Multi-Touch, projection

Kinectfusion

This is a nice new project. Sharam Izadi et al. employ the Kinect to reconstruct arbitrary surroundings in 3D by using a Microsoft Kinect depth camera.

Posted in microsoft kinect, Multi-Touch Tagged with: Kinect, microsoft, Multi-Touch, tracking

Donald Norman’s »Natural User Interfaces Are Not Natural«

I really like Donald Norman’s essay »Natural User Interfaces Are Not Natural« that he wrote for the ACM interactions magazine. In this essay Norman shares his view on the role of natural user interfaces (for him represented, e.g., by »speech,

Posted in Multi-Touch, Natural User Interfaces, Tangible Interfaces Tagged with: Multi-Touch, Natural User Interfaces, NUI, paper, tangible

Throng – a Cross-Platform Multiplexer for Tuio Messages and Packets

Throng (Tuio multiplexeR that crOps and Globalizes) provides a Tuio multiplexer with added benefits written in Java.

Posted in Hochschule RheinMain, Java, Multi-Touch, OSC, Tangible Interfaces, Throng, tuio Tagged with: bridge, java, Multi-Touch, proxy, throng, tuio

Preview: New Multi-Touch Gestures on iPad iOS 4.3

Posted in Gestures, iOs, iPad, iPhone, Multi-Touch Tagged with: gestures, iOs, iPad, iPhone, Multi-Touch, Natural User Interfaces, NUI

Microsoft Surface 2 Preview

I am Stunned

Posted in microsoft surface, Multi-Touch, Tangible Interfaces, Windows 7 Tagged with: microsoft, microsoft surface, Multi-Touch, tangible

umami: Multi-Touch and Tangible User Interfaces for Future Kitchens

I am going to present a few projects on my blog which I like. This post introduces the Umami project of Florian Cannon, Robert Fläck, Florian Gondolf, Mischa Korn, Daniel Pehnec, Sarah Martens, Tara Staton from Darmstadt University of Applied

Posted in Multi-Touch, Success Stories, Tangible Interfaces Tagged with: future, kitchen, Multi-Touch, tui

Touchlib Config.xml Blobconfig Parameters, What They Do and What They Do not Do

Recently, I have been working on the Touchlib in order to refine some things, which always bothered me and to add some things of which I think that they would come in handy e.g. a full-grown Pointgrey Flycapture2 filter that

Posted in Multi-Touch, Tangible Interfaces Tagged with: Multi-Touch, multitouch, tang, touchlib, tracking

A Few Impressions From Vispol on the Round Table at the Fair “Moderner Staat”

As already mentioned in this post, we presented Vispol at the booth of the state of Hessen/Germany at the fair “Moderner Staat” in Berlin on 24. and 25. November 2009. Vispol has been shown on the round multi-touch and TUI

Posted in Announcement, Hochschule RheinMain, Multi-Touch, Tangible Interfaces, Vispol Tagged with: fair, Multi-Touch, tangible, tui, Vispol