Bristol Interaction Group

10 papers and 8 late breaking work accepted to CHI 2016

Bristol Interaction Group will present 10 papers and 8 late breaking work at ACM CHI 2016.

The following are our 10 papers and notes

Investigating Text Legibility on Non-Rectangular Displays

medalUnderstanding and Mitigating the Effects of Device and Cloud Service Design Decisions on the Environmental Footprint of Digital Infrastructure

Tap the ShapeTones: Exploring the effects of crossmodal congruence in an audio-visual interface

EMPress: Practical Hand Gesture Classification with Wrist-Mounted EMG and Pressure Sensing

Office Social: Presentation Interactivity for Nearby Devices

GauntLev: A Wearable to Manipulate Free-floating Objects

Shared Language and the Design of Home Healthcare Technology

PathSync: Multi-User Gestural Interaction with Touchless Rhythmic Path Mimicry

PowerShake: Power Transfer Interactions for Mobile Devices The

Tyranny of the Everyday in Mobile Video Messaging