Multi-touch platforms have recently emerged into the consumer markets, and offer a rich and captivating interaction experience. At Autodesk Research we are investigating new user interface designs and interaction techniques for multi-touch systems, and exploring how existing software technologies can leverage the use of such systems.
Multi-touch displays have the potential to be incorporated into numerous domains and technologies, and so we are looking at a variety form factors a sizes for which multi-touch displays can exist. This includes large drafting tables, interactive table top surfaces, digitized tablets which could also support pen input, and small mobile devices.
Xiang Anthony Chen, Tovi Grossman, Daniel Wigdor, George Fitzmaurice (2014)Duet: Exploring Joint Interactions on a Smart Phone and a Smart Watch
Michelle Annett, Tovi Grossman, George Fitzmaurice (2011)Medusa: A Proximity-Aware Multi-touch Tabletop
Xing-Dong Yang, Tovi Grossman, George Fitzmaurice, Pourang Irani (2011)TouchCuts and TouchZoom: Enhanced Target Selection for Touch Displays using Finger Proximity Sensing
Xiaojun Bi, Tovi Grossman, Justin Matejka, George Fitzmaurice (2011)Magic Desk: Bringing Multi-Touch Surfaces into Desktop Work
Julian Lepinski, Tovi Grossman, George Fitzmaurice (2010)The design and evaluation of multitouch marking menus
Justin Matejka, Tovi Grossman, Jessica Lo, George Fitzmaurice (2009)The Design and Evaluation of Multi-Finger Mouse Emulation Techniques