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Travelled to:
1 × Germany
1 × Italy
2 × Canada
4 × USA
Collaborated with:
Y.Xin X.Bi X.Zhang H.Zha C.Silpasuwanchai F.Wang S.Moriya H.Tu S.Zhai G.Zhang G.Dai S.Chen Y.Machi H.Kim
Talks about:
pen (4) point (3) input (3) evalu (3) empir (3) eye (3) interact (2) gestur (2) finger (2) compar (2)

Person: Xiangshi Ren

DBLP DBLP: Ren:Xiangshi

Contributed to:

CHI 20142014
CHI 20122012
CHI 20112011
CHI 20102010
CHI 20092009
CHI 20082008
HCI v1 19991999
HCI v2 19931993

Wrote 10 papers:

CHI-2014-SilpasuwanchaiR #exclamation #gesture
Jump and shoot!: prioritizing primary and alternative body gestures for intense gameplay (CS, XR), pp. 951–954.
CHI-2012-TuRZ #comparative #evaluation #gesture
A comparative evaluation of finger and pen stroke gestures (HT, XR, SZ), pp. 1287–1296.
CHI-2012-XinBR #empirical
Natural use profiles for the pen: an empirical exploration of pressure, tilt, and azimuth (YX, XB, XR), pp. 801–804.
CHI-2011-XinBR #empirical #interactive
Acquiring and pointing: an empirical study of pen-tilt-based interaction (YX, XB, XR), pp. 849–858.
CHI-2010-ZhangRZ #modelling
Modeling dwell-based eye pointing target acquisition (XZ, XR, HZ), pp. 2083–2092.
CHI-2009-WangR #empirical #evaluation #interactive #multi
Empirical evaluation for finger input properties in multi-touch interaction (FW, XR), pp. 1063–1072.
Improving eye cursor’s stability for eye pointing tasks (XZ, XR, HZ), pp. 525–534.
HCI-EI-1999-ChenMRK #empirical #evaluation #metric
The Physiological Measurement of User Comfort Levels: An Evaluation Experiment for Comparing Three Types of CRTs (SC, YM, XR, HK), pp. 193–196.
HCI-EI-1999-ZhangRD #comparison #multi
A Comparison of Multi-modal Combination Modes for The Map System (GZ, XR, GD), pp. 750–754.
The Minimal Sizes and the Quasi-Optimal Sizes for the Input Square During Pen-Input of Characters (XR, SM), pp. 1028–1033.

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