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Papers/Notes: Bang a Table

Wednesday, April 14
9:00 AM - 10:30 AM

Digital Drumming: A Study of Co-located, Highly Coordinated, Dyadic Collaboration
Bobby Beaton, Virginia Tech, USA
Steve Harrison, Virginia Tech, USA
Deborah Tatar, Virginia Tech, USA

Study used a drumming task to examine coordination techniques between human-human pairings and human-computer pairings. Provides insight to the differences in techniques people use to coordinate when doing creative tasks.

G-nome Surfer: a Tabletop Interface for Collaborative Exploration of Genomic Data
Orit Shaer, Wellesley College, USA
Guy Kol, Babson College, USA
Megan Strait, Wellesley College, USA
Chloe Fan, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Catherine Grevet, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Sarah Elfenbein, Wellesley College, USA

Describes existing tasks of biologists working with genomic data and discusses design implications. It then presents a tabletop application that supports these tasks and facilitates collaborative exploration of genomic data.

Using Metaphors to Create a Natural User Interface for Microsoft Surface
Kay Hofmeester, Microsoft, USA
Dennis Wixon, Microsoft, USA

Using metaphors to design and research a new touch interface for Microsoft Surface. This method can provide guidance to design new interfaces that are understandable and predictable to users.

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