CHI Logo CHI 98: Advance Program
April 18-23, 1998, Los Angeles, CA USA

Video Program

See Also
Walk-in videos for sharing your own videos at the conference

Conference Program for details on all of the CHI 98 sessions

The CHI 98 Video contains accepted submissions to the Video program as well as video figures from a few accepted papers.

The CHI 98 Video will be distributed free to all attendees and will be shown Sunday through Thursday in most conference hotel rooms.

Video Program

Ambient Room
Hiroshi Ishii, Craig Wisneski, Scott Brave, Andrew Dahley, Matt Gorbet, Brygg Ullmer, and Paul Yarin
MIT Media Lab

Digital Ink: A Familiar Idea with Technological Might!
Francine Gemperle, Chris Kasabach, Chris Pacione, and John Stivoric
EDRC at Carnegie Mellon University

BUILD-IT: A Planning Tool for Construction and Design
Mathias Rauterberg, Morten Fjeld, Helmut Krueger, Martin Bichsel, Uwe Leonhardt, and Markus Meier
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology

The Information Periscope "I-Steer"
Junko Misawa, Junichi Osada
NEC Design, Ltd.

Digital Fukuwarai: New Game Concept with Videos
Hiroshi Matoba
C&C Media Research Labs, NEC Corp.

OLGA - A Multimodal Interactive Information Assistant
Olle Sundblad and Yngve Sundblad
CID - Center for IT Design, KTH

WebTOC: A Tool to Visualize and Quantify Web Sites using a Hierarchical Table of Contents Browser
David A. Nation
Human-Computer Interaction Lab, University of Maryland

Bringing Treasures to the Surface: Previews and Overviews in a Prototype for the Library of Congress National Digital Library
Catherine Plaisant, Gary Marchionini, and Anita Komlodi
Human-Computer Interaction Lab, University of Maryland

Using Elastic Windows for World Wide Web Browsing
Eser Kandogan and Ben Shneiderman
Human-Computer Interaction Lab, University of Maryland

Semantic Highlighting
Ali Hussam, Terry Anderson, Ali Merayyan, Jack Hyde, Brian Ford, and Bill Plummer
University of Missouri-Columbia

Developing a Community Intranet
Rachel Bellamy, Eileen Genevro, Stephanie Houde, Lori Leahy and Gary Young
Apple Computer

Video Figures

An Efficient Text Input Method for Pen-based Computers
Toshiyuki Masui
Sony Computer Science Lab

Triangles: Tangible Interface for Manipulation and Exploration of Digital Information Topography
Matt Gorbet, Maggie Orth, Hiroshi Ishii
MIT Media Lab

Insight Lab: An Immersive Environment Utilizing Barcodes to Link Paper, Displays, and Data
Beth M. Lange, Mark A. Jones, James L. Meyers
Anderson Consulting

Scripting Graphical Applications by Demonstration
Brad Myers
Carnegie Mellon University

NaviPoint: An Input Device for Mobile Information Browsing
Kiyokuni Kawachiya, Hiroshi Ishikawa
IBM Tokyo Research Lab

PRoP: Personal Roving Presence
Eric Paulos, John Canny
University of California, Berkeley

February 25, 1998