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Shahram Izadi

I’m a research scientist at Microsoft Research, UK. My research focuses on creating novel technologies that push the boundaries of how we interact with computers. In recent years my work has focused primarily on making computers more natural to use through the development of new touch-based computers and devices. My research is very applied, meaning I like to build and play with diverse interactive technologies, all in the name of science.



SecondLight is a new type of surface computer, one that opens up the interaction space above and beyond the display. SecondLight supports multi-touch and tangible interactions like a regular Microsoft Surface, but simultaneously, our technology allows secondary content to be projected through the display, as well as sensing of user gestures and objects held above the surface.

 

Shahram Izadi, Steve Hodges, Stuart Taylor, Dan Rosenfeld, Nicolas Villar, Alex Butler, Jon Westhues
“Going beyond the display: a surface technology with an electronically switchable diffuser”
In Proceedings of the 21st Annual ACM Symposium on User interface Software and Technology (Monterey, CA, USA, October 19 - 22, 2008). UIST '08. ACM, New York, NY, 269-278.

 

Press:

Technology Review, “Microsoft Adds SecondLight to its ‘Surface’”
http://www.technologyreview.com/blog/editors/22168/

Gizmodo, “Microsoft SecondLight Caught on Video: It's Like Surface, With Magic”
http://gizmodo.com/5070824/

Engadget, “Microsoft makes Surface look dated with SecondLight”
http://www.engadget.com/2008/10/30/microsoft-makes-surface-obsolete-with-secondlight/

PC Mag, “Microsoft SecondLight Makes 'Surface' Magic”
http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2332945,00.asp

Maximum PC, “Researchers Turn Microsoft Surface ‘Up to 11’ with SecondLight”
http://www.maximumpc.com/article/news/redmond_turns_microsoft_surface_up_11_with_secondlight

 

 


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ThinSight is a new type of thin form-factor touch technology that can sense a variety of objects placed on the surface, including fingers, whole hands, mobile phones, styluses and so on. This ability to detect a variety of passive objects, not just fingertips, makes ThinSight unique compared to capacitive multi-touch technologies. ThinSight essentially turns a regular LCD into a sensing surface that can be used for multi-touch and tangible computing applications.

 

Shahram Izadi, Steve Hodges, Alex Butler, Darren West, Alban Rrustemi, Mike Molloy, Bill Buxton
“ThinSight: A thin form-factor interactive surface technology”
To Appear in Communications of the ACM, 2009.

 

Steve Hodges, Shahram Izadi, Alex Butler, Alban Rrustemi, Bill Buxton
ThinSight: versatile multi-touch sensing for thin form-factor displays
In Proceedings of the 20th Annual ACM Symposium on User interface Software and Technology (Newport, Rhode Island, USA, October 07 - 10, 2007). UIST '07. ACM, New York, NY, 259-268.
[Best paper award]

 

Press:

New Scientist, “Multi-touch display can 'see' objects too”
http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn12798

ThinSight on the Gadget Show (UK TV)
http://fwd.five.tv/gadgets/all/microsoft-thinsigh

Gizmodo, “Microsoft's Multi-touch laptop, Based on the Surface Table”
http://gizmodo.com/gadgets/touch-me,-i.m-slick/microsofts-multi+touch-laptop-based-on-the-surface-table-271065.php

Hardware Market Place, “Multi Touch Laptop – Another Pioneer from Microsoft”
http://www.hardwaremarketplace.com/articles/2008/11/multi-touch-laptop-another-pio.html

Engadget, “Microsoft R&D shows off multi-touch laptop”
http://www.engadget.com/2007/06/22/microsoft-randd-shows-off-multi-touch-laptop/

 

 


Surface Physics explores new ways of supporting multi-touch and whole hand interaction on digital surfaces. Our aim is to bring the digital to ‘life’, allowing interactions with digital objects to simulate the physics of the real-world. We use an advanced physics-engine to add dynamics to digital objects, allowing them to behave more like real objects when we touch them, with notions of inertia, collisions, friction, restitution and so forth. Our contribution in this work is a novel technique for modelling the data sensed from such surfaces as input within a physics simulation. This enables a variety of fine-grained and casual interactions, supporting finger-based, whole-hand, and tangible input without the need for explicit gesture recognition.

 

Andy Wilson, Shahram Izadi, Otmar Hilliges, Armando Garcia-Mendoza, Dave Kirk
“Bringing physics to the surface”
In Proceedings of the 21st Annual ACM Symposium on User interface Software and Technology (Monterey, CA, USA, October 19 - 22, 2008). UIST '08. ACM, New York, NY, 67-76.
[Best paper award]

 

 


SideSight expands the multi-touch capabilities of small mobile devices beyond the screen. Infrared sensors embedded along each side of device are capable of detecting the presence and position of fingers within the proximity of the device. When the device is rested on a flat surface, such as a table, the user can carry out single and multi-touch gestures using the space around the device. This gives a larger input space than would otherwise be possible, and which may be used in conjunction with, or instead of, on-display touch input.

 

Alex Butler, Shahram Izadi, Steve Hodges
“SideSight: multi-'touch' interaction around small devices”
In Proceedings of the 21st Annual ACM Symposium on User interface Software and Technology (Monterey, CA, USA, October 19 - 22, 2008). UIST '08. ACM, New York, NY, 201-204.


Press:

Gizmodo, “Microsoft SideSight Thinks Touchscreens Have It Wrong”
http://gizmodo.com/5066691/microsoft-sidesight-thinks-touchscreens-have-it-wrong

New Scientist, “Virtual touchpad lets you scroll in thin air”
http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn15044

Microsoft's SideSight: Something Apple Should Watch
http://www.gearlog.com/2008/10/microsofts_sidesight_something.php

Microsoft SideSight makes for multi-touch off the screen
http://www.slashgear.com/microsoft-sidesight-makes-for-multi-touch-off-the-screen-2119947/

 

 


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VPlay looks at how multi-touch surfaces can be used to support real-time mixing and manipulation of multiple video streams. We are currently exploring the use of VPlay to support and augment practices around VJing – a form of video performance art that is becoming increasingly popular in nightclubs and at other music events. The research examines more natural and intuitive interfaces to support these video-based performances.

 

Stuart Taylor, Shahram Izadi, Dave Kirk, Armando Garcia-Mendoza
“Turning the tables: an interactive surface for vjing”
In Proceedings of the 27th International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Boston, MA, USA, April 04 - 09, 2009). CHI '09. ACM, New York, NY, 1251-1254.

 

 


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The Collaborative Slate (C-Slate) explores how interactive surfaces and touch technologies can be used for remote collaboration. We have developed new stereo vision techniques for enabling touch input on a large pen-based tablet display, with the ability to recognise everyday physical objects placed on the surface. This enables users to interact with the display very naturally using stylus, hands and tangible objects. We have also developed techniques for rendering virtual embodiments of users' hands to enrich the remote collaboration.

 

Shahram Izadi, Ankur Agarwal, Antonio Criminisi, John Winn, Andrew Blake, Andrew Fitzgibbon
“C-Slate: A Multi-Touch and Object Recognition System for Remote Collaboration using Horizontal Surfaces”
In IEEE Conference on Horizontal Interactive Human-Computer Systems (Rhode Island, USA, October 2007). Tabletop 2007, IEEE, 3-10.

 

Ankur Agarwal, Shahram Izadi, Manmohan Chandraker, Andrew Blake
High Precision Multi-touch Sensing on Surfaces using Overhead Cameras
In IEEE Conference on Horizontal Interactive Human-Computer Systems (Rhode Island, USA, October 2007). Tabletop 2007, IEEE, 197-200.

 

 


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Dynamo was my PhD thesis work and where I first developed an interest in novel types of interactive surface technologies. The work explored how large surfaces, such as wall-based displays can be used to support collaboration and media sharing. Specifically, the system supported multiple users interacting at the same time using remote pointing devices. This required a new window manager to allow MS Windows to support multiple cursors at the same time at the OS level. Information could then be rapidly transferred between mobile devices and the large surface using the Speakeasy middleware platform. Various systems were built and deployed to evaluate the utility of Dynamo.

 

Shahram Izadi, Harry Brignull, Tom Rodden, Yvonne Rogers, Mia Underwood
“Dynamo: a public interactive surface supporting the cooperative sharing and exchange of media”
In Proceedings of the 16th Annual ACM Conference on User Interface Software and Technology (Vancouver, Canada, November 02 - 05, 2003). UIST '03. ACM Press, New York, NY, 159-168.

 

Harry Brignull, Shahram Izadi, Yvonne Rogers, Tom Rodden
“The introduction of a shared interactive surface into a communal space”
In Proceedings of the 2004 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (Chicago, Illinois, USA, November 06 - 10, 2004). CSCW '04. ACM Press, New York, NY, 49-58.

 

 


This is an umbrella project that covers some of the novel work that the group does in looking at situated displays and technologies for the home. I’ve been involved with the Whereabouts Clock a situated display for the kitchen wall which displays the general whereabouts of family members using GSM cell information, HomeNote a simple pen-based messaging board for the home, and the PictureBowl a spherical display for loosely managing content on mobile devices. 

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Equator was a huge and successful project that brought together like-minded thinkers from eight leading UK universities. I was involved in various threads: In the Citywide experience we designed and developed gaming and mixed reality user experiences that bring together people outdoors with those online. In the Curious Home project, cutting edge technology met design with some interesting ludic consequences.

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The Speakeasy project at PARC brought new human-centred approaches to networked interoperability. The project developed an interconnection technology that enabled digital devices and software services to easily interoperate over both wired and wireless networks. I was fortunate enough to spend two years on the project, hang out with some seriously smart and cool people, and distil some of the results into my thesis work.

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(ACM, IEEE, and Springer)


Research on Interactive Surfaces

33. [CACM 2009, ACM]
Shahram Izadi, Steve Hodges, Alex Butler, Darren West, Alban Rrustemi, Mike Molloy, Bill Buxton
“ThinSight: A Thin Form-factor Interactive Surface Technology”
To Appear in Communications of the ACM, 2009.

32. [CHI 2009, ACM]
Stuart Taylor, Shahram Izadi, Dave Kirk, Armando Garcia-Mendoza
“VPlay: An Interactive Surface for Collaborative VJing”
In Proceedings of the 27th international Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Boston, MA, USA, April 04 - 09, 2009). CHI '09. ACM, New York, NY, 1251-1254.

31. [UIST 2008, ACM]
Andy Wilson, Shahram Izadi, Otmar Hilliges, Armando Garcia-Mendoza, Dave Kirk
“Bringing physics to the surface”
In Proceedings of the 21st Annual ACM Symposium on User interface Software and Technology (Monterey, CA, USA, October 19 - 22, 2008). UIST '08. ACM, New York, NY, 67-76.
[Best paper award]

30. [UIST 2008, ACM]
Shahram Izadi, Steve Hodges, Stuart Taylor, Dan Rosenfeld, Nicolas Villar, Alex Butler, Jon Westhues
“Going beyond the display: a surface technology with an electronically switchable diffuser”
In Proceedings of the 21st Annual ACM Symposium on User interface Software and Technology (Monterey, CA, USA, October 19 - 22, 2008). UIST '08. ACM, New York, NY, 269-278.

29. [UIST 2008, ACM]
Alex Butler, Shahram Izadi, Steve Hodges
“SideSight: multi-‘touch’ interaction around small devices”
In Proceedings of the 21st Annual ACM Symposium on User interface Software and Technology (Monterey, CA, USA, October 19 - 22, 2008). UIST '08. ACM, New York, NY, 201-204.

28. [TABLETOP 2008, IEEE]
Shahram Izadi, Alex Butler, Steve Hodges, Darren West, Malcolm Hall, Bill Buxton, Mike Molloy  
“Experiences with building a thin form-factor touch and tangible tabletop”
In IEEE Conference on Horizontal Interactive Human-Computer Systems (Amsterdam, Holland, October 2008). Tabletop 2008. IEEE, 181-184.

27. [TABLETOP 2008, IEEE]
Otmar Hilliges, David Kim, Shahram Izadi  
“Creating malleable interactive surfaces using liquid displacement sensing”
In IEEE Conference on Horizontal Interactive Human-Computer Systems (Amsterdam, Holland, October 2008). Tabletop 2008. IEEE, 157-160.

26.  [UIST 2007, ACM]
Steve Hodges, Shahram Izadi, Alex Butler, Alban Rrustemi, Bill Buxton
“ThinSight: versatile multi-touch sensing for thin form-factor displays”
In Proceedings of the 20th Annual ACM Symposium on User interface Software and Technology (Newport, Rhode Island, USA, October 07 - 10, 2007). UIST '07. ACM, New York, NY, 259-268.
[Best paper award]

25. [TABLETOP 2007, IEEE]
Shahram Izadi, Ankur Agarwal, Antonio Criminisi, John Winn, Andrew Blake, Andrew Fitzgibbon
“C-Slate: A Multi-Touch and Object Recognition System for Remote Collaboration using Horizontal Surfaces”
In IEEE Conference on Horizontal Interactive Human-Computer Systems (Rhode Island, USA, October 2007). Tabletop 2007, IEEE, 3-10.

24. [TABLETOP 2007, IEEE]
Ankur Agarwal, Shahram Izadi, Manmohan Chandraker, Andrew Blake
“High Precision Multi-touch Sensing on Surfaces using Overhead Cameras”
In IEEE Conference on Horizontal Interactive Human-Computer Systems (Rhode Island, USA, October 2007). Tabletop 2007, IEEE, 197-200.

23. [CHI 2007, ACM]
Lucia Terrenghi, Dave Kirk, Shahram Izadi, Abigail Sellen
“Affordances for manipulation of physical versus digital media on interactive surfaces”
In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (San Jose, California, USA, April 28 - May 03, 2007). CHI '07. ACM Press, New York, NY, 1157-1166.

22. [EDT 2007, ACM]
Shahram Izadi, Steve Hodges, Alex Butler, Alban Rrustemi, Bill Buxton
“ThinSight: integrated optical multi-touch sensing through thin form-factor displays”
In Proceedings of SIGRRAPH Emerging Displays Technologies: Images and Beyond – the Future of Displays and interaction (San Diego, California, August 04 - 04, 2007). SIGGRAPH EDT'07, vol. 252. ACM Press, New York, NY.

21. [DUX 2005, ACM]
Shahram Izadi, Geraldine Fitzpatrick, Tom Rodden, Harry Brignull, Yvonne Rogers, Sian Lindley
“The iterative design and study of a large display for shared and sociable spaces”
In Proceedings of the 2005 Conference on Designing For User Experience (San Francisco, California, November 03 - 05, 2005). ACM International Conference Proceeding Series, vol. 135.

20. [CSCW 2004, ACM]
Harry Brignull, Shahram Izadi, Geraldine Fitzpatrick, Yvonne Rogers, Tom Rodden
“The introduction of a shared interactive surface into a communal space”
In Proceedings of the 2004 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (Chicago, Illinois, USA, November 06 - 10, 2004). CSCW '04. ACM Press, New York, NY, 49-58.

19. [UIST 2003, ACM]
Shahram Izadi, Harry Brignull, Tom Rodden, Yvonne Rogers, Mia Underwood
“Dynamo: a public interactive surface supporting the cooperative sharing and exchange of media”
In Proceedings of the 16th Annual ACM Conference on User interface Software and Technology (Vancouver, Canada, November 02 - 05, 2003). UIST '03. ACM Press, New York, NY, 159-168.


Research on Ubiquitous Computing

18.  [PERVASIVE, IEEE]
Rui José, Nuno Otero, Shahram Izadi, Richard Harper
“Instant Places: Using Bluetooth for Situated Interaction in Public Displays. Pervasive Computing”
IEEE Pervasive, Volume 7, Issue 4, Oct.-Dec. 2008, 52–57.

17. [UBICOMP 2007, LNCS]
Barry Brown, Alex Taylor, Shahram Izadi, Abigail Sellen, Joseph Kaye
“Locating family values: A field trial of the Whereabouts Clock”
In Proceedings of the 9th international Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (Innsbruck, Austria, September 2007). Lecture Notes In Computer Science. Springer-Verlag, London. Forthcoming.
[Best paper nominee]

16. [MOBILE HCI 2007, ACM]
Richard Harper, Tim Regan, Shahram Izadi, Kasim Mosawi, Mark Rouncefield, Simon Rubens
“Trafficking: design for the viral exchange of TV content on mobile phones”
In Proceedings of the 9th international Conference on Human Computer interaction with Mobile Devices and Services (Singapore, September 09 - 12, 2007). MobileHCI '07, vol. 309. ACM, New York, NY, 249-256.

15. [PUC 2007, SPRINGER]
Alex Taylor, Richard Harper, Laurel Swan, Shahram Izadi, Abigail Sellen, Mark Perry
“Homes that make us smart”
Personal Ubiquitous Computing. 11, 5 (Jun. 2007). Springer-Verlag, London, 383-393.

14. [CHI 2006, ACM]
Abigail Sellen, Rachael Eardley, Shahram Izadi, Richard Harper
“The whereabouts clock: Early testing of a situated awareness device”
In CHI '06 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Montréal, Québec, Canada, April 22 - 27, 2006). CHI '06. ACM Press, New York, NY, 1307-1312.

13. [CSCW 2006, ACM]
Abigail Sellen, Richard Harper, Rachael Eardley, Shahram Izadi, Tim Regan, Alex Taylor, Ken Wood
“HomeNote: supporting situated messaging in the home”
In Proceedings of the 2006 20th Anniversary Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (Banff, Alberta, Canada, November 04 - 08, 2006). CSCW '06. ACM Press, New York, NY, 383-392.

12. [UBICOMP 2006, LNCS]
Steve Hodges, Lindsey Williams, Emma Berry, Shahram Izadi, James Srinivasan, Alex Butler Gavin Smyth, Narinder Kapur, Ken Wood
“SenseCam: A Retrospective Memory Aid”
In Proceedings of the 8th international Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (Orange County, CA, USA, September 17-21, 2006). Lecture Notes In Computer Science, vol. 4206. Springer-Verlag, London, 177-193.

11. [UBICOMP 2005, LNCS]
Paul Duff, Mike McCarthy, Henk Muller, Cliff Randell, Shahram Izadi, Andy Boucher, Andy Law, Sarah Pennington, Rob Swinford
“A New Method for Auto-calibrated Object Tracking”
In Proceedings of the 7th international Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (Tokyo, Japan, September September 11-14, 2005). Lecture Notes In Computer Science, vol. 3660. Springer-Verlag, London, 123-140.

10. [TRANS. CONSUMER ELECTRONICS, IEEE]
Keith Edwards, Mark Newman, Trevor Smith, Jana Sedivy, Shahram Izadi
“An extensible set-top box platform for home media applications”
In IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics. 51, 4 (Nov. 2005), 1175- 1181.

9. [MOBICOM 2002, ACM]
Keith Edwards, Shahram Izadi, Mark Newman, Jana Sedivy, Trevor Smith
“Recombinant computing and the speakeasy approach”
In Proceedings of the 8th Annual international Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking (Atlanta, Georgia, USA, September 23 - 28, 2002). MobiCom '02. ACM Press, New York, NY, 279-286.

8. [UIST 2002, ACM]
Mark Newman, Shahram Izadi, Keith Edwards, Jana Sedivy, Trevor Smith
“User interfaces when and where they are needed: an infrastructure for recombinant computing”
In Proceedings of the 15th Annual ACM Conference on User interface Software and Technology (Paris, France, October 27 - 30, 2002). UIST '02. ACM Press, New York, NY, 171-180.

7. [DIS 2002, ACM]
Mark Newman, Jana Sedivy, Christine Neuwirth, Keith Edwards, Jason Hong, Shahram Izadi, Karen Marcelo, Trevor Smith, Jana Sedivy
“Designing for serendipity: supporting end-user configuration of ubiquitous computing environments”
In Proceedings of the Conference on Designing interactive Systems: Processes, Practices, Methods, and Techniques (London, England, June 25 - 28, 2002). DIS '02. ACM Press, New York, NY, 147-156.

6. [CSCW 2002, ACM]
Keith Edwards, Mark Newman, Jana Sedivy, Trevor Smith, Dirk Balfanz, Diane Smetters, Hao Wong, Shahram Izadi
“Using speakeasy for ad hoc peer-to-peer collaboration”
In Proceedings of the 2002 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, November 16 - 20, 2002). CSCW '02. ACM Press, New York, NY, 256-265.

5. [AUTOMATED SOFT. ENG. 2002, SPRINGER]
Shahram Izadi, Pedro Coutinho, Tom Rodden, Gareth Smith
“The FUSE Platform: Supporting Ubiquitous Collaboration Within Diverse Mobile Environments”
In Automated Software Engg. 9, 2 (Apr. 2002). Springer-Verlag, London, 167-186.


Research on Mixed Reality and Augmented Reality

4. [CHI 2002, ACM]
Holger Schnädelbach, Boriana Koleva, Martin Flintham, Mike Fraser, Shahram Izadi, Paul Chandler, Mike Foster, Steve Benford, Chris Greenhalgh, Tom Rodden
“The augurscope: a mixed reality interface for outdoors”
In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems: Changing Our World, Changing Ourselves (Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA, April 20 - 25, 2002). CHI '02. ACM Press, New York, NY, 9-16.


3. [PUC 2002, SPRINGER]
Shahram Izadi, Mike Fraser, Steve Benford, Martin Flintham, Chris Greenhalgh, Tom Rodden, Holger Schnädelbach
“Citywide: Supporting Interactive Digital Experiences Across Physical Space”
Personal Ubiquitous Computing. 6, 4 (Jan. 2002), 290-298.

2. [VAST 2002, ACM]
Tony Hall, Luigina Ciolfi, Liam Bannon, Mike Fraser, Steve Benford, John Bowers, Chris Greenhalgh, Sten-Olaf Hellström, Shahram Izadi, Holger Schnädelbach, Martin Flintham
“The visitor as virtual archaeologist: explorations in mixed reality technology to enhance educational and social interaction in the museum”
In Proceedings of the 2001 Conference on Virtual Reality, Archaeology, and Cultural Heritage (Glyfada, Greece, November 28 - 30, 2001). VAST '01. ACM Press, New York, NY, 91-96.

1. [UBICOMP 2001, LNCS]
Steve Benford, John Bowers, Shahram Izadi, Tom Rodden, Holger Schnädelbach, Paul Chandler, Luigina Ciolfi, Martin Flintham, Mike Fraser, Chris Greenhalgh, Tony Hall, Sten-Olaf Hellström, Ian Taylor
“Unearthing Virtual History: Using Diverse Interfaces to Reveal Hidden Virtual Worlds”
In Proceedings of the 3rd international Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (Atlanta, Georgia, USA, September 30 - October 02, 2001). Lecture Notes In Computer Science, vol. 2201. Springer-Verlag, London, 225-231


Other Selected Papers

  1. PHD Thesis, Public Interactive Surfaces for Communal Ubiquitous Computing Spaces, 2004

  2. Bilgen, A. and Izadi, S.  Using Cellphones to Interact with Public Displays from a Distance. In Adjunct Proceedings of Pervasive Computing, 5th International Conference, PERVASIVE 2007, Toronto, Canada, May 13-16, 2007.

  3. Swan, L., Taylor, A. S., Izadi, S. and Harper, R. Containing family clutter. In Proceedings of Home Informatics and Telematics: Information, Technology and Society (HOIT), Chennai, India, August 22-25, 2007.

  4. Taylor, S., Izadi, S., Ozenc, K. and Harper, R. VideoPlay: Playful and Social Editing of Video using Tangible Objects and Multi-touch Interaction. In adjunct proceedings of IEEE Conference on Horizontal Interactive Human-Computer Systems (Rhode Island, USA, October 2007). Tabletop 2007.

  5. Steve Hodges, Shahram Izadi, Alex Butler and Alban Rrustemi, ThinSight: A new interaction technology for ubicomp. In Adjunct proceedings of 9th international Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (Innsbruck, Austria, September 2007).

  6. Swan, L., Izadi S., Taylor, A., Harper, R., Sellen, A. Rethinking the "Smart" Home. In Proceedings of IEE International Workshop on Intelligent Environments, University of Essex, Colchester, UK, 28-29 June 2005.

  7. Taylor, A., Izadi, S., Swan, L., Buxton, B., Harper, R. Building Bowls for Miscellaneous Media In Proceedings of  First International Workshop on Physicality, Lancaster University, UK, July 2006.

  8. Hodges, S., Izadi, S., Han, S. WASP: Wireless Actuator and Sensor Platform. In Proceedings of Workshop on Software Engineering Challenges for Ubiquitous Computing, June 1-2, 2006 - Lancaster, UK.

  9. Izadi S., Brignull H., Fitzpatrick G., Rogers Y. and T. Rodden, "Studying the Use of a Large Interactive Surface within a Social Setting". In Ubicomp 2004, Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (Workshop on
    Ubiquitous Systems for Supporting Social Interaction and Face-to-Face Communication in Public Spaces), September 7-10, 2004, Nottingham, UK, 1-8.

  10. Greenhalgh C., Izadi S., Mathrick J., Humble J. and I. Taylor, "ECT: A Toolkit to Support Rapid Construction of Ubicomp Environments". In Ubicomp 2004, Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (Workshop on System Support for Ubiquitous Computing UbiSys04), September 7-10, 2004, Nottingham, UK.

  11. Greenhalgh C., Izadi S., Taylor, I. and J. Mathrick, "A Toolkit to Support Rapid Construction of Ubicomp Environments". Technical Report, University of Nottingham, 2004.

  12. Izadi S., Brignull H., Rodden T., Rogers Y. and M. Underwood, “Dynamo: Supporting Sharing and Collaboration around Large Interactive Surfaces”. In Ubicomp 2003, Conference on Ubiquitous Computing (Workshop on Ubiquitous Systems for Supporting Social Interaction and Face-to-Face Communication in Public Spaces), October 12-15, 2003, Seattle, USA, 53-59.

  13. Black J.A., Hong J.I., Newman M.W., Edwards W.K., Izadi S., Sedivy J.Z. and T. Smith, "Speakeasy: A Platform for Interactive Public Displays". In CSCW 2002, Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (Workshop on Public, Community, and Situated Displays: Design, Use, and Interaction Around Shared Information Displays), November 16-20, 2002, New Orleans, USA.

  14. Anastasi R., Tandavanitj N., Flintham M., Crabtree A., Adams M., Row-Farr J., Iddon J., Benford S., Hemmings T., Izadi S. and I. Taylor, “Can You See Me Now? A Citywide Mixed-Reality Gaming Experience” Equator Technical Report, University of Nottingham, 2002.

  15. Izadi S., Fraser M., Benford S., Flintham M., Greenhalgh C., Rodden T. and H. Schnädelbach, “Citywide: Supporting Interactive Digital Experiences”. In Mobile HCI 2001, Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices, France, 2001, pages 41-46.

  16. Greenhalgh C., Izadi S., Rodden T., Benford S., “The EQUIP Platform: Bringing Together Physical and Virtual Worlds”. Technical Report, University of Nottingham, 2001.

  17. Izadi S., Benford S., Cheverst K., Coutinho P., Flintham M., Fraser M., Greenhalgh C., Mitchell K. and T. Rodden “A Citywide Mixed Reality Performance: Initial Findings”. In Workshop of Moving Between the Physical and Digital: Exploring and Developing New Forms of Mixed Reality User Experience, Porto, Portugal, 2001.

  18. Greenhalgh C., Benford S., Rodden T., Anastasi R., Taylor I., Flintham M., Izadi S., Chandler P., Koleva B. and H. Schnädelbach, “Augmenting Reality Through Coordinated Use of Diverse Interfaces”. Equator Technical Report, University of Nottingham, 2001.

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