I am a Principal Researcher at Microsoft
Research, which is part of Microsoft
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Aug 25th, 2011
The basic thrust of my research is to enhance the input vocabulary that one
can express using common computational devices and user interfaces. For
example, my current projects include:
Input devices & interaction
techniques: touch-sensing input devices, two-handed input, pen and
gesture input, tactile I/O, sensing technologies, ...
Mobile devices & interaction
Formal experimental studies of input techniques
and human abilities
All other topics relevant to human-computer
My PhD Work: "The
Doll's Head" -- The Props-based Interface for Neurosurgical Visualization.
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Press Coverage of my Research
- Many blogs, including
Engadget, Gizmodo, Ars Technica, Slashdot, and others
- More recent coverage TBA.
- MIT Technology Review, Sensitive
Phones. March 2002.
- Electronics Times, Home
and away. 11/23/01
- Kiplingerís Personal Finance,
Next New Things, September 2001, p. 132-134 (Michael J. Martinez).
- Electronics Times, Gates
says 'keep spending on R&D' (Sidebar: Sensing Pocket PC). 09/06/01 (Luke
- Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Reporter, Microsoft's research group
touts latest ideas, Thursday,
September 6, 2001 (Dan Richman).
- Wall Street Journal, Window Into the Future, June 25, 2001 (Rebecca
- Business 2.0, Is
Microsoft Smart- or Just Successful? May, 2001 (David Orenstein).
Ken Hinckley One Microsoft Way
Redmond, WA 98052-6399