|This short demo paper was submitted and accepted at
in Tokyo, Japan. The paper - Mixed Interaction
Spaces – a new interaction technique for mobile devices
- describes a range of applications build on top of the MIXIS
concept. The demos include multi-user interaction, face-tracking interaction
and other single user applications. concept and software. The paper is written
by Thomas Riisgaard Hansen, Eva Eriksson and I.
In this paper, we describe a new interaction technique for mobile devices named Mixed Interaction Space that uses the camera of the mobile device to track the position, size and rotation of a fixed-point. In this demonstration we will present a system that uses a hand-drawn circle, colored object or a person’s face as a fixed-point to determine the location of the device. We use these features as a 4 dimensional input vector to a set of different applications.
A poster describing the concept and the different applications is available in pdf here
Read the entire paper in pdf here