Seminar on People, Computers, and Design - 1999-2000

On-line videos of the presentations are hosted at

September 24, 1999 - Kenneth Salisbury, Stanford, Departments of Computer Science and Surgery
   Introduction to Haptics

October 1, 1999 - Aaron Marcus, Aaron Marcus and Associates
   Scenarios of Future User-Interface Design

October 8, 1999 - Bob Horn, Stanford CSLI and Information Mapping
   Visual Language: Global Communication for the 21st Century

October 15, 1999 - Angel Puerta, Red Whale Software
    Computer-Aided Design of User Interfaces

October 22, 1999 - Marie O'Mahony
The Soft Machine - Design in the Cyborg Age

October 29, 1999 - Cliff Nass, Stanford Communiations Dept. and CSLI
    How Human is Human-Computer Interaction?

November 5, 1999 - Ken Perlin, NYU Media Research Lab
    Recent Research at the NYU Media Research Lab

November 12, 1999 - Abbe Don, Abbe Don Interactive
    Stories About Interactive Storytelling:
    From Handmade Books to HTML and Beyond

November 19, 1999 - Pamela Hinds, Stanford Dept. of Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management
   Perspective Taking Amongst Distributed Workers

December 3, 1999 - Steve DiPaola,
    Internet-based Interactive Character Design: From Agents to Avatars

January 7, 2000 - Malcolm Slaney, Interval Research
   Better CHI through Signal Processing (People Centric Processing)

January 14, 2000 - Debby Hindus, Interval Research
   The Importance of Homes in Technology Research

January 21, 2000 - Warren Sack, MIT Media Lab
   Conversation Map: An Interface for Very Large-Scale Conversations

January 28, 2000 - Tony Temple, IBM
   Advanced Interface Design for Ease of Use

February 4, 2000 - Brenda Laurel
   Gender and Technology: A Case Study

February 11, 2000 - Greg Wolff, Ricoh Silicon Valley
   In Support of Multimedia Conversations

February 18, 2000 - Richard Mogford, NASA Ames Research Center
   Human Factors in Advanced Air Transportation Technologies

February 25, 2000 - John Morkes, Trilogy
   Effects of Humor in Task-Oriented Human-Computer Interaction
     and Computer-Mediated Communication

March 3, 2000 - Karon Maclean, Interval Research
   Designing with Haptic Feedback

March 10, 2000 - Eric Paulos, UC Berkeley
   Social Tele-embodiment: Understanding Presence

March 31, 2000 - Marney Morris, Animatrix

April 7, 2000 - Bob Carpenter, SpeechWorks International
    Spoken User Interfaces

April 14, 2000 - Vaughan Pratt, Stanford CS
   HWI: Human-Wearable Interaction

April 21, 2000 - Dan Robbins, Microsoft Research
   The Task Gallery: A 3D Window Manager

April 28, 2000 - Jeff Johnson, UI Wizards, Inc.
    The Making of 'GUI Bloopers'

May 5, 2000 - Ed Chi, Xerox PARC
   The Scent of a Site:
   A System for Analyzing and Predicting Information Scent, Usage, and
   Usability of aWeb Site

May 12, 2000 - Diane Schiano,
   New Findings on Facial Affect

May 19, 2000 - Byron Reeves, Stanford Dept. of Communication
   Psychological Arousal and Interactive Media

May 26, 2000 - Myron Flickner, IBM Almaden Research
   Frontiers in Attentive Environments:
    An overview of IBM Almaden Research Center's BlueEyes project

last updated May 22, 2000

Titles and abstracts for all years are available by year and by speaker.

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