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Travelled to:
1 × France
1 × Italy
1 × South Korea
2 × Canada
3 × USA
Collaborated with:
S.E.Hudson R.Xiao J.Schwarz A.K.Dey G.Laput E.Brockmeyer J.Mankoff G.Hsieh J.Wiese M.Sato I.Poupyrev D.S.Tan D.Morris Z.Yeo S.Oney A.Ogan J.Horstman B.Y.Lim A.Shick M.Vázquez R.Desai D.Klionsky P.Dietz A.Wilson K.D.D.Willis J.Forlizzi W.S.Lasecki J.P.Bigham
Talks about:
interact (6) devic (6) input (5) use (5) display (4) touch (4) visual (3) mobil (3) zoom (3) progress (2)

Person: Chris Harrison

DBLP DBLP: Harrison:Chris

Contributed to:

CHI 20152015
CHI 20142014
CHI 20132013
CHI 20122012
CHI 20112011
CHI 20102010
CHI 20092009
CHI 20082008

Wrote 22 papers:

CHI-2015-LaputBHH #interactive #named
Acoustruments: Passive, Acoustically-Driven, Interactive Controls for Handheld Devices (GL, EB, SEH, CH), pp. 2161–2170.
CHI-2015-LaputLWXBH #adaptation #named
Zensors: Adaptive, Rapidly Deployable, Human-Intelligent Sensor Feeds (GL, WSL, JW, RX, JPB, CH), pp. 1935–1944.
CHI-2015-VazquezBDHH #3d
3D Printing Pneumatic Device Controls with Variable Activation Force Capabilities (MV, EB, RD, CH, SEH), pp. 1295–1304.
CHI-2014-HarrisonXSH #interactive #named #physics #tool support
TouchTools: leveraging familiarity and skill with physical tools to augment touch interaction (CH, RX, JS, SEH), pp. 2913–2916.
CHI-2014-SchwarzXMHH #classification #probability #using
Probabilistic palm rejection using spatiotemporal touch features and iterative classification (JS, RX, JM, SEH, CH), pp. 2009–2012.
CHI-2014-XiaoLH #smarttech
Expanding the input expressivity of smartwatches with mechanical pan, twist, tilt and click (RX, GL, CH), pp. 193–196.
CHI-2013-OneyHOW #named #using
ZoomBoard: a diminutive qwerty soft keyboard using iterative zooming for ultra-small devices (SO, CH, AO, JW), pp. 2799–2802.
CHI-2013-XiaoHH13a #ad hoc #agile #interactive #named
WorldKit: rapid and easy creation of ad-hoc interactive applications on everyday surfaces (RX, CH, SEH), pp. 879–888.
CHI-2012-HarrisonH #2d #interactive #using
Using shear as a supplemental two-dimensional input channel for rich touchscreen interaction (CH, SEH), pp. 3149–3152.
Unlocking the expressivity of point lights (CH, JH, GH, SEH), pp. 1683–1692.
CHI-2012-SatoPH #interactive #named
Touché: enhancing touch interaction on humans, screens, liquids, and everyday objects (MS, IP, CH), pp. 483–492.
CHI-2012-SchwarzKHDW #ad hoc #mobile #scalability #using
Phone as a pixel: enabling ad-hoc, large-scale displays using mobile devices (JS, DK, CH, PD, AW), pp. 2235–2238.
CHI-2011-HarrisonHWFH #design #named #user interface #using #visual notation
Kineticons: using iconographic motion in graphical user interface design (CH, GH, KDDW, JF, SEH), pp. 1999–2008.
CHI-2010-HarrisonDH #evaluation #image
Evaluation of progressive image loading schemes (CH, AKD, SEH), pp. 1549–1552.
CHI-2010-HarrisonH #interactive #low cost #mobile #multi #named
Minput: enabling interaction on small mobile devices with high-precision, low-cost, multipoint optical tracking (CH, SEH), pp. 1661–1664.
CHI-2010-HarrisonTM #named
Skinput: appropriating the body as an input surface (CH, DST, DM), pp. 453–462.
CHI-2010-HarrisonYH #performance #visual notation
Faster progress bars: manipulating perceived duration with visual augmentations (CH, ZY, SEH), pp. 1545–1548.
CHI-2010-SchwarzHHM #mobile #multi
Cord input: an intuitive, high-accuracy, multi-degree-of-freedom input method for mobile devices (JS, CH, SEH, JM), pp. 1657–1660.
CHI-2009-HarrisonH #physics #visual notation
Providing dynamically changeable physical buttons on a visual display (CH, SEH), pp. 299–308.
CHI-2009-HarrisonH09a #approach
Texture displays: a passive approach to tactile presentation (CH, SEH), pp. 2261–2264.
CHI-2009-HarrisonLSH #performance #smarttech #visual notation
Where to locate wearable displays?: reaction time performance of visual alerts from tip to toe (CH, BYL, AS, SEH), pp. 941–944.
CHI-2008-HarrisonD #agile #user interface
Lean and zoom: proximity-aware user interface and content magnification (CH, AKD), pp. 507–510.

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