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Assessment, Sorting and Collecting of a Thousand Drawings

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The First International Symposium on Culture, Creativity and Interaction Design (CCID2006) of The 20th BCS HCI Group conference in co-operation with ACM

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Springer


Abstract

This paper presents a study of an interactive prototype software tool for assessment, sorting and collecting of over a thousand drawings in greyscale and of one motive theme; the shape of the letter X. The research goal is the design of graphical user interfaces for creative activities, creation of music, illustration, animation, and video. The idea is to visualise all the users’ content on an infinitely large two-dimensional data surface. Users navigate through three generic interaction techniques: Panning, Zoom and Search. The main research question here is: Will we find breakdowns in the interaction for this approach for content of over a thousand drawings. We found that the infinitely large two-dimensional data surface approach does not breakdown for navigation and inspection, but we are not very for from its limit.

Bibtex

@inproceedings{Lindell986,
author = {Rikard Lindell},
title = {Assessment, Sorting and Collecting of a Thousand Drawings},
month = {September},
year = {2006},
booktitle = {The First International Symposium on Culture, Creativity and Interaction Design (CCID2006) of The 20th BCS HCI Group conference in co-operation with ACM},
publisher = {Springer},
url = {http://www.es.mdh.se/publications/986-}
}