My research currently investigates new software interfaces for real-world tabletop applications, encompassing themes such as:
- digital document access;
- multi-user collaboration with documents around a tabletop;
- export and organisation of content at a tabletop;
- using private devices (e.g. smartphones and tablets) in conjunction with shared collaborative displays;
- gesture learnability for tabletops in public spaces; and
- applying user modelling techniques to drive the personalisation of tabletop content and interface behaviour.
The following pictures show the key research projects that I am currently involved with. Clicking on a picture will take you to the project information page at the CHAI group web-site.
Click below to watch a video that showcases some of the tabletop and wall display work done is these projects:
- Human computer interaction
- Tabletop and surface computing
- Pervasive and ubiquitous computing
- Mobile computing and seamless integration of mobile and embedded devices
- Novel user interfaces for file systems and personal information management
Media Coverage and Publications
- Students develop rival to Microsoft's Surface, in The Australian, March 02, 2010 by Mahesh Sharma
- Interviewed about Focus for the 2MCE (NSW) radio show Homepage, broadcast 12 March 2010.
Please follow this link for publications.
Reviewing and Committees
- Workshop Co-organiser
- PATCH 2012, 4th International Workshop on Personal Access to Cultural Heritage (held at UMAP 2012)
- Program committee member:
- MobileHCI 2010 workshop on tool-support for mobile and pervasive application development
- PIM 2012, International Workshop on Personal Information Management
- UP 2012, IUI Workshop on Ubiquitous Personalization
- Paper reviewer for:
- Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces (ITS) 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012
- Pervasive 2010, 2012
- Ubicomp 2012
- International Journal of Human-Computer Studies (IJHCS) 2011