[ description ]

This site covers the part of the option class "Mixed Reality and Tangible Interaction" covered by Anastasia. For the "Mixed Reality" part contact Jean-Marc Vezien.

The course addresses "beyond-the-desktop" interaction where visualization and interaction take place in the environment rather than through the traditional screen, mouse and keyboard. This part of the course presents a number of approaches to tangible and tactile interaction that exploit the characteristics of physical objects or physical space to interact with on-line information: touch technology (for different platformes), mobile interaction, classic tangible systems, augmented paper, fabrication, ubiquitous computing, etc.



[ news ]

21/11: Class starting, we meet each Tue @ 9:30



[ practical info ]

Contact Anastasia at Surname.LastName@lri.fr, put [TUI] in the title!

Class in PUIO (640) - usually room E212 usually (check the calendar)



[ class presentations ]

[ intro ]

Class intro stuff, first glance at tangible and tactile interaction,

Touch technologies and software frameworks. Slides

Touch design challenges. Tables, walls. Slides

Note: the slides include older material on touch technologies & frameworks, and on touch input and mobile devices. We no longer cover these in this class, but they are there for your information.

[ TUIs ]

First tangible systems, current uses and challenges. Interactive paper. Slides

[ digital fabrication ]

What it is and why it is interesting for HCI. Slides

[ ambient displays ]

Introduction, some systems, design guidelines. Slides



[ project ]

Install Unity version 2017.2

Project description slides

What we expect:
(1) The day of the exam (30/01@9:30 in D101) please be ready to demo your work in ~10min. During the demo you should explain the concept/idea of the project, show us how it works (we will want to test it!), what technologies you used and anything else you want to communicate to us (challenges you faced and overcame, alternatives you considered, difference from initial idea, etc.). Make sure you have everything setup before we start so you can see the demos of your colleagues. You can rearrange the room if you want (but you need to fix it at the end of class).
(2) By the end of exam week (Sun 3/02) send us a 1-2 page report that includes: a title + a description of your project (1-2 paragraphs); 1-2 high-res images of your project running and being used. In the 1-2 page report you can add any other information you'd like to communicate (challenges you faced and overcame, alternatives you considered, difference from initial idea, etc.) - alternatively you can mention this last part in the demo. If you have videos, that would also be greatly appreciated (but not required).



[ presentations ]

Each week students will present a research paper (10min + 5min questions). Think of the motivation for the work, major contributions and how they were achieved/proven, and your own critique. Send a small summary to Anastasia or Jean-Marc the sunday before your presentation.

Tue, Nov 28

Wuji Geng & Jingjing Xie: [Cheng et al., UIST 2017] Mutual Human Actuation

Lucas Rodrigues & Viktor Gustafsson: [Le Goc et al., UIST 2016] Zooids: plateform to build Swarm User Interfaces

Alexandre Vincent & Raphaël James: [Tao et al., CHI 2011] AnatOnMe: facilitating doctor-patient communication using a projection-based handheld device

Dimitrios Christaras-Papageorgiou & Tong Xue: [Zhou et al., UIST 2016] AuraSense: Enabling Expressive Around-Smartwatch Interactions with Electric Field Sensing

Tue, Dec 5

Marvin Rea & Jori Witte: [Gomes et al., CHI 2016] BitDrones: towards using 3D nanocopter displays as interactive self-levitating programmable matter.

Zhuoming Zang: [Schmitz et al., CHI 2017] Flexibles: Deformation-Aware 3D-Printed Tangibles for Capacitive Touchscreens.

Livia Pistol & Sarah Kambou: [Pfeuffer et al., CHI 2017]. Thumb + Pen Interaction on Tablets.

Yihan Zhang & François Callet: [Lindlbauer et al., CHI 2017] Changing the Appearance of Real-World Objects By Modifying Their Surroundings.

Tue, Dec 12

Josué Sulub & Gustavo Martinez: [ Dementyev et al., UIST 2017] Rovables: Miniature On-Body Robots as Mobile Wearables

Tallulah Gillard & Mathilde Leconte: [Roo et al., CHI 2017] Inner Garden: Connecting Inner States to a Mixed Reality Sandbox for Mindfulness

Yi Zhang & Linxi Wang: [Weichel et al., CHI 2014] MixFab: a mixed-reality environment for personal fabrication

Narendra Singh & Shamin Karimi: [Hoang et al., CHI 2017] Augmented Studio: Projection Mapping on Moving Body for Physiotherapy Education

Tue, Jan 9

Eugenie Brasier & Marguerite-Charlotte Peron: [Sahoo et al., CHI 2016] TableHop: An Actuated Fabric Display Using Transparent Electrodes

Mathieu Louvet & Paul Meunier: [Luo et al., UIST 2017] Pepper's Cone: An Inexpensive Do-It-Yourself 3D Display

Tue, Jan 16

Clarisse Lawson & Mazin Hussein: [Ranasinghe et al., TEI 2017] Virtual Lemonade: Let's Teleport Your Lemonade!

Mickael Francisco Sereno & Stacy Gromat: [Gervais et al., TEI 2016] TOBE: Tangible Out-of- Body Experience.



[ research groups ]

Some groups that do research on these topics (please send me links you found interesting)
Carnegie Mellon, Cris Harrison's group
Disney Research
University of Toronto, Dynamic Graphics Project (DGP)
Hasso Plattner Institut HCI team
MIT Tangible Media Group
Our INRIA groups: Aviz, ILDA and ExSitu (old InSitu).