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Papers/Notes: Looking with Video

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

Temporal hybridity: Mixing live video footage with instant replay in real time
Arvid Engstrom, Mobility Studio, Interactive Institute, Sweden
Oskar Juhlin, Mobility Studio, Interactive Institute, Sweden
Mark Perry, Brunel University, UK
Mathias Broth, Linköping University, Sweden

An interaction analysis of instant replay in live sport is presented, showing how the production of real-time video footage is coordinated with historical footage. Design implications are presented.

 Experience, Adjustment, and Engagement: The Role of Video in Law Enforcement
Joe Tullio, Motorola, Inc., USA
Elaine Huang, University of Calgary, Canada
David Wheatley, Motorola, Inc., USA
Harry Zhang, Motorola, Inc., USA
Claudia Guerrero, Motorola, Inc., USA
Amruta Tamdoo, University of Illinois, Chicago, USA

This research describes end-to-end use of ubiquitous video in law enforcement, spanning multiple law enforcement roles, work contexts, and facilities throughout the life cycle of the video.

 ToolClips: An Investigation of Contextual Video Assistance for Functionality Understanding
Tovi Grossman, Autodesk Research, Canada
George Fitzmaurice, Autodesk Research, Canada

Investigates ToolClips, interactive video based tool tips that provide users with contextual video assistance. Aids in functionality understanding and can significantly improve task completion rate in comparison to traditional documentation.

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