Posts Tagged ‘stefanie mueller’
LaserOrigami – lasercutting 3D objects

LaserOrigami: Laser-Cutting 3D Objects   Stefanie Mueller, Bastian Kruck, and Patrick Baudisch, CHI ’13 Figure 1: LaserOrigami fabricates 3D structure by bending, rather than using joints, thereby eliminating the need for manual assembly. Here it fabricates a mobile phone screen cam by (a) cutting the contour lines and (b) heating up the bend paths until the [...]

constructable – interactive lasercutting

Interactive Construction: Interactive Fabrication of Functional Mechanical Devices   Stefanie Mueller, Pedro Lopes and Patrick Baudisch, UIST ’12 Figure 1: (a) Constructable users interact by drafting directly on the workpiece with hand-held lasers. (b) Here the user sketches a finger joint across two objects (c) The system responds by cutting the desired joint using the [...]

CapStones and ZebraWidgets
CapStones and ZebraWidgets

CapStones and ZebraWidgets: Sensing Stacks of Building Blocks, Dials and Sliders on Capacitive Touch Screens   Liwei Chan, Stefanie Mueller, Anne Roudaut and Patrick Baudisch, CHI ’12 Recent research proposes augmenting capacitive touch pads with tangible objects, enabling a new generation of mobile applications enhanced with tangible objects, such as game pieces and tangible controllers. [...]

Installation NIME 2011: Room #81 – Agent-Based Instrument for Experiencing Architectural/Vocal Cues

N. d’Alessandro, R. Calderon, S. Mueller: ROOM#81 – Agent-Based Instrument for Experiencing Architectural and Vocal Cues, Installation at NIME 2011 (May 30 – June 1 in Oslo)

Short-Paper ICEC 2011: An End-to-End Framework for Multi-View Video Content

An End-to-End Framework for Multi-View Video Content: Creating Multiple-Perspective Hypervideo to View on Mobile Platforms     Gregor Miller, Sidney Fels, Michael Ilich, Martin M. Finke, Thomas Bauer, Kelvie Wong, and Stefanie Mueller This paper presents a novel framework for production, delivery and consumption of multi-view hypervideo targeted towards mobile devices. Each of these three components [...]

Poster UIST 2010: Using Temporal Video Annotation as a Navigational Aid for Video Browsing

Using Temporal Video Annotation as a Navigational Aid for Video Browsing   Stefanie Mueller, Gregor Miller and Sidney Fels, UIST ’10 Video is a complex information space that requires advanced navigational aids for effective browsing. The increasing number of temporal video annotations offers new opportunities to provide video navigation according to a user’s needs. We [...]