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Travelled to:
1 × Austria
1 × Italy
2 × Canada
3 × USA
Collaborated with:
H.Ishii A.J.Parkes S.S.Snibbe R.Ballagas M.Spasojevic D.Merrill R.Aimi S.Follmer J.Lifton G.Revelle K.Mori H.Horii J.Kaye J.Go E.Reardon K.Buza K.Cook N.Freed
Talks about:
read (3) book (3) interact (2) tangibl (2) connect (2) topobo (2) famili (2) stori (2) sound (2) kinet (2)

Person: Hayes Raffle

DBLP DBLP: Raffle:Hayes

Contributed to:

CSCW 20122012
CHI 20112011
CHI 20102010
CHI 20092009
CHI 20082008
CHI 20062006
CHI 20042004

Wrote 8 papers:

CSCW-2012-FollmerBRSI #interactive #people #using
People in books: using a FlashCam to become part of an interactive book for connected reading (SF, RB, HR, MS, HI), pp. 685–694.
CHI-2011-RaffleRMBBHKCFGS #chat #exclamation #product line #video
Hello, is grandma there? let’s read! StoryVisit: family video chat and connected e-books (HR, GR, KM, RB, KB, HH, JK, KC, NF, JG, MS), pp. 1195–1204.
CHI-2010-RaffleBRHFGRMKS #distance #game studies #product line
Family story play: reading with young children (and elmo) over a distance (HR, RB, GR, HH, SF, JG, ER, KM, JK, MS), pp. 1583–1592.
CHI-2009-SnibbeR #interactive #multi #social
Social immersive media: pursuing best practices for multi-user interactive camera/projector exhibits (SSS, HR), pp. 1447–1456.
CHI-2008-MerrillRA #physics
The sound of touch: physical manipulation of digital sound (DM, HR, RA), pp. 739–742.
CHI-2008-ParkesRI #interface
Topobo in the wild: longitudinal evaluations of educators appropriating a tangible interface (AJP, HR, HI), pp. 1129–1138.
CHI-2006-RafflePIL #behaviour #game studies
Beyond record and play: backpacks: tangible modulators for kinetic behavior (HR, AJP, HI, JL), pp. 681–690.
CHI-2004-RafflePI #assembly #memory management #named
Topobo: a constructive assembly system with kinetic memory (HR, AJP, HI), pp. 647–654.

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