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Travelled to:
1 × Austria
1 × France
1 × Georgia
1 × Italy
1 × South Korea
3 × USA
4 × Canada
Collaborated with:
R.Balakrishnan C.Forlines C.Shen R.Jota T.Grossman J.Lombardo J.Yang H.Jiang M.Borkin J.Zhao L.Findlater J.O.Wobbrock T.Ni A.K.Karlson M.R.Morris F.Anderson G.W.Fitzmaurice J.Deber P.Lopes J.A.Jorge A.Ng P.Dietz G.Bailly J.Müller M.Rohs S.G.Kratz H.Benko J.Pella S.Williams J.Kauffmann
Talks about:
display (6) touch (5) interact (4) effect (4) multi (4) tabletop (3) collabor (3) visual (3) surfac (3) search (3)

Person: Daniel Wigdor

DBLP DBLP: Wigdor:Daniel

Contributed to:

CHI 20152015
CHI 20142014
CHI 20132013
CHI 20122012
CHI 20112011
CSCW 20102010
CHI 20092009
CHI 20082008
CHI 20072007
CHI 20062006
CSCW 20062006
CHI 20042004

Wrote 19 papers:

CHI-2015-AndersonGWF #interactive
Supporting Subtlety with Deceptive Devices and Illusory Interactions (FA, TG, DW, GWF), pp. 1489–1498.
CHI-2015-DeberJFW #how #latency #performance
How Much Faster is Fast Enough?: User Perception of Latency & Latency Improvements in Direct and Indirect Touch (JD, RJ, CF, DW), pp. 1827–1836.
CHI-2014-JotaLWJ #how #scalability
Let’s kick it: how to stop wasting the bottom third of your large screen display (RJ, PL, DW, JAJ), pp. 1411–1414.
CHI-2014-YangW #named #specification #web
Panelrama: enabling easy specification of cross-device web applications (JY, DW), pp. 2783–2792.
CHI-2013-JotaNDW #case study #how #latency #performance
How fast is fast enough?: a study of the effects of latency in direct-touch pointing tasks (RJ, AN, PD, DW), pp. 2291–2300.
CHI-2013-ZhaoWB #multi #named
TrailMap: facilitating information seeking in a multi-scale digital map via implicit bookmarking (JZ, DW, RB), pp. 3009–3018.
CHI-2012-BaillyMRWK #gesture #interactive #named #smarttech
ShoeSense: a new perspective on gestural interaction and wearable applications (GB, JM, MR, DW, SGK), pp. 1239–1248.
CHI-2011-FindlaterWW #type system
Typing on flat glass: examining ten-finger expert typing patterns on touch surfaces (LF, JOW, DW), pp. 2453–2462.
CHI-2011-NiKW #communication #named #using
AnatOnMe: facilitating doctor-patient communication using a projection-based handheld device (TN, AKK, DW), pp. 3333–3342.
CHI-2011-WigdorBPLW #gesture #interactive #multi #precise
Rock & rails: extending multi-touch interactions with shape gestures to enable precise spatial manipulations (DW, HB, JP, JL, SW), pp. 1581–1590.
CSCW-2010-MorrisLW #collaboration #named
WeSearch: supporting collaborative search and sensemaking on a tabletop display (MRM, JL, DW), pp. 401–410.
CHI-2009-WigdorJFBS #collaboration #deployment #design #development #multi #named #visual notation
WeSpace: the design development and deployment of a walk-up and share multi-surface visual collaboration system (DW, HJ, CF, MB, CS), pp. 1237–1246.
CHI-2008-JiangWFBKS #ad hoc #collaboration #interactive #named #visual notation
LivOlay: interactive ad-hoc registration and overlapping of applications for collaborative visual exploration (HJ, DW, CF, MB, JK, CS), pp. 1357–1360.
Direct-touch vs. mouse input for tabletop displays (CF, DW, CS, RB), pp. 647–656.
CHI-2007-GrossmanWB #readability
Exploring and reducing the effects of orientation on text readability in volumetric displays (TG, DW, RB), pp. 483–492.
CHI-2007-WigdorSFB #multi #visual notation
Perception of elementary graphical elements in tabletop and multi-surface environments (DW, CS, CF, RB), pp. 473–482.
CHI-2006-WigdorSFB #performance
Effects of display position and control space orientation on user preference and performance (DW, CS, CF, RB), pp. 309–318.
CSCW-2006-ForlinesSWB #visual notation
Exploring the effects of group size and display configuration on visual search (CF, CS, DW, RB), pp. 11–20.
CHI-2004-WigdorB #comparison #concurrent #mobile
A comparison of consecutive and concurrent input text entry techniques for mobile phones (DW, RB), pp. 81–88.

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