Improving technology-based interpersonal communication
Interpersonal communication in the digital era is increasingly dependent on enhanced encoding and relay of media signals. This focus of study explores the growing and sophisticated ecosystem of multimedia technologies and applications, device hardware, wireless and sensor networks, and the symbiotic relationships with operating systems and distributed systems.
Richard Harper, Why Skype? Explorations in the Grammar of ‘Being in touch’, Oxford University Press, August 2015.
Helen J. Wang, Alexander Moshchuk, Michael Gamon, Mona Haraty, Shamsi Iqbal, Eli T. Brown, Ashish Kapoor, Chris Meek, Eric Chen, Yuan Tian, Jaime Teevan, Mary Czerwinski, and Susan Dumais, The Activity Platform, no. MSR-TR-2015-38, 8 May 2015.
Aditya Vashistha, Edward Cutrell, Gaetano Borriello, and William Thies, Sangeet Swara: A Community-Moderated Voice Forum in Rural India, ACM – Association for Computing Machinery, May 2015.
Sean Rintel, Richard Harper, Rod Watson, and Kenton O'Hara, ‘Me For You’: Lessons About Everyday Video Messaging From Skype Qik, ACM CHI2015 Workshop - Everyday Telepresence: Emerging Practices and Future Research Directions, 19 April 2015.
- Project Hawaii SDK for Android
- GeoLife GPS Trajectories
- Microsoft Research Asia GPS Trajectories
- Eye Gaze Keyboard
- Team Three Rs
- Shared Media Study
- Eye-Gaze Tracking for Improved Natural User Interaction
- ViiBoard: Vision-enhanced Immersive Interaction with Touch Board
- Face In The Crowd
- Reducing Disruption from Subtle Information Delivery during a Conversation
- [Big] Data Studies
- Self Optimizing Collaborative Framework
- Avatar Videoconferencing For Work
- Accelerated Instant Replay (AIR) Videoconferencing System
- In-Place: Interacting with Large Displays
- Real-Time, 3-D Scene Capture and Reconstruction
- Facing Interaction
- VidWiki: Crowd-Enhanced Online Learning
- Mañana Mail