CHI 2004 highlights (06 May 2004)
CHI was awesome. I've finally recovered from jet lag, so it's time to post. KC and I saw many things worth writing about, several of which we will handle in detailed articles later. For now here a quick rundown (in no particular order) of some interesting things I saw there:
Jun Rekimoto, director of the Sony Interaction Lab showed quite a few cool things, one was an idea for creating richer, pseudo-structured dialog within a lecture setting via IM. A lecturer has two screen being projected at the front of the classroom. One has the traditional lecture slides, the other has an ongoing public conversation (via chat) by the students. The system can be used to get a sense of what the students don't understand and also allow them to answer each other questions.
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