CS147-2009-WhatWeLearned

CS147-2009-WhatWeLearned - Speech 10 Where will these...

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stanford hci group http:// cs 147.stanford.edu Scott Klemmer Autumn 2009 What We Learned… and Where We’re Going 20 minutes of showing futuristic videos, in three themes 20 minutes of reviewing the course 10 minutes of administrivia
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Source: Weiser, Mark. Nomadic Issues in Ubiquitous Computing, Xerox PARC, 1998
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Computers at many scales PARCTAB (inch) PARCPAD / mPAD (foot) Liveboard (yard) Source: Want, Roy, Ten Lessons Learned about Ubiquitous Computing, Intel, 2000.
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Pervasive, Natural, Calm
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Pervasive*, Natural?, Calm!
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Unformatted text preview: Speech 10 Where will these principles come up next? What did you learn? Winter HCI Courses cs247: HCI Design Studio cs294h: Social Software cs124: From Languages to Information ..and the d.school, psychology, communications, CCRMA, visual art, product design (ME), MS&E, education. .. see hci.stanford.edu/courses 12 Spring HCI Courses cs303: Research Topics in HCI cs376: Designing Computer Science Experiments 13...
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