ACM CHI Videos - Table of COntents

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Videos listed below are produced as part of the Technical Video Track from the ACM CHI and CSCW Conferences, and (until recently) were published as part of the ACM SIGGRAPH Video Review. I have copies of all of them.

Issue 12: CHI'83

  1. Rapid Prototyping Using FLAIR - Wong @ TRW
  2. Towards a Comprehensive UIMS - Buxton @ Univ. of Toronto
  3. Cousin Interface System - Hayes @ CMU
  4. Tiger System Demonstration - Boeing
  5. Video Games by Example - Atari
  6. Mockingbird - Xerox
  7. SSSP Demo - U. of T.
  8. Selection-Positioning Task - Buxton @ Univ. of Toronto

Issue 13: CHI'83

  1. Blit - Pike @ Bell Labs
  2. Movie Manual Project - MIT
  3. Office of the Professional - Imperial College
  4. Put That There - MIT
  5. Program Visualization - CCA
  6. Magnetic Fusion Experiment Control Center - LLNL
  7. Sketchpad - Sutherland @ MIT (1963)

Issue 18: CHI'85

  1. Designing a "No Surprise Editor" Prototype - IBM
  2. Human Interface Aspects of Typefounder - Xerox
  3. Multilingual Typing - Xerox
  4. Boxer: Applications of a Personal Computing Environment - Abelson
  5. Programming by Example - Xerox
  6. Solidviews 1984: Interaction - Xerox
  7. The Cousin User Interface Management System - Hayes @ CMU
  8. A Testbed Computing Environment for Formalized System Development - Neches & Goldman
  9. Software Control at the Stroke of a Pen - Pencept

Issue 19:

  1. Personal Planner: The Scenario Machine as a Research Tool - IBM
  2. ACRONYM - Borenstein @ CMU
  3. JUNO - Xerox
  4. Document Examiner - Walker @ Symbolics
  5. The User Interface for Sapphire - PERQ Systems
  6. Percent Done Indicator - Meyers @ Toronto
  7. ZStep: A Stepper for LISP Based on Visual Inspection - Lieberman
  8. Cedar Programming Environment - Xerox
  9. Magpie - Tektronix
  10. Preparing a Meal - Curtis
  11. Olympic Message System - IBM

Issue 26: CHI+GI'87

  1. Commercial productions from the U.S., Japan, and Canada
  2. Best commercials submitted
  3. Research computer graphics and visual synthesis
  4. Research human interaction:
    • Lego Logo - MIT Media Lab
    • Hook-up - MIT Media Lab
    • Animating Programs - Tektronix
    • DataGlove - VPL Research
    • Virtual Environment - NASA Ames
    • Interactive Font Design - MIT Visible Language Workshop
    • Color Selection Tools - Xerox PARC
    • Intelligent Graphic Layout - MIT Visible Language Workshop
    • Conversational Desktop - MIT Media Lab
    • SemNet - MCC
    • Alternate Reality Kit - Xerox PARC
  5. Animation projects as either research or demonstration pieces
    • Digitoons and User Abuser - NYIT
    • Opera Industriel - Pacific Data Images
    • Digital Productions '86 - Digital Productions
    • Interiors - San Francisco Production Group
    • Luxo Jr. - Pixar
    • Hot Air - Sandia National Labs

Issue 27

  1. Conversational Desktop - Schmandt @ MIT Media Lab
  2. DataGlove - VPL Research
  3. Work in Progress in Computer Graphics and Animation at MIT - Zeltzer @ MIT Media Lab
  4. Multimedia Technology for Collaborative Writing - Edigo et al @ Bellcore
  5. SemNet 2.1 - Fairchild @ MCC
  6. Alternate Reality Kit - Smith @ Xerox PARC

Issue 33

  1. Snap Dragging and the Gargoyle Illustration System - Pier et al @ Xerox PARC
  2. MIT Visible Language Workshop - Russell @ MIT Media Lab
  3. Color Selection Tool - Stone @ Xerox PARC
  4. Siemens RTL Tiled Window System - Cohen @ Siemens RTL
  5. Set Operations on Polyhedra Using Binary Space Partitioning Trees - Naylor @ Bell Labs

Issue 34

  1. Data Analysis Networks in DINDE - Oldford @ Univ. of Waterloo
  2. Sassafras Demo - Hill @ ECRC
  3. The Information Lens - Malone @ MIT
  4. 3D of MRI Images - Csuri @ OSU ACCAD
  5. Three Dimensional Font Design - Giannitrapani @ BU

Issue 45: CHI'89

  1. Cookin' with VIC - VA Medical Rehabilitation Center
  2. Reasoning Under Uncertainty - BBN Labs
  3. Freestyle - Wang Labs
  4. Rapport - AT&T Bell Labs
  5. CRUISER - Bell Communications Research

Issue 46: CHI'89

  1. A Navigator for UNIX - ParcPlace Systems
  2. An Overview of the Andrew System - CMU ITC
  3. Sun 386i On-Line Help - Sun Microsystems
  4. Context-Sensitive Animated Help - George Washington University

Issue 47: CHI'89

  1. The Paper-Like Interface - IBM Watson Research Center
  2. Human Interface Tool Set - MCC
  3. 16,000 Miles on a Bicycle - Roberts
  4. Gargoyle3D: Snap-Dragging in 3D - Xerox PARC

Issue 48: CHI'89

  1. Direction Assistance - MIT
  2. Scripted Documents - Xerox PARC
  3. The Illustrated Neuroanatomy Glossary - MIT
  4. Digital Darkroom - Xerox PARC
  5. Interactive Graphical Search and Substitute - Xerox PARC

Issue 55: CHI'90

  1. In-Keyboard Analog Pointing Device - A Case for the Pointing Stick - IBM Watson Research Center
  2. 3-Draw: A Tool for the Conceptual Design of Three Dimensional Shapes - MIT
  3. VIEW: The Ames Virtual Environment Workstation - NASA Ames Research Center
  4. Three-Dimensional Interfaces in Shared Environments - AT&T Bell Laboratories
  5. The Piano Tutor - Carnegie-Mellon University
  6. Color Selection - Xerox PARC

Issue 56: CHI'90

  1. Xerox Star User Interface: An Overview - Xerox Corporation
  2. Silicon Graphics Workstation - Silicon Graphics Inc.
  3. Metamouse: End-User Programming by Demonstration - University of Calgary
  4. Graphical Reasoning for Graphical Interfaces - Bellcore
  5. FormsVBT: A Two-View Approach to Constructing User Interfaces - DEC
  6. The Strauss Mouse - EDS Centre for Machine Intelligence

Issue 57: CHI'90 Special !!Issue - All the Widgets

This special compilation of widgets by Brad Myers and others at CMU. It shows the history and breadth of the components of graphical user interfaces with many dozens of examples.

Issue 58: CHI'88

  1. Experiments in Computer Support for Teamwork - Xerox PARC
  2. Visualizing the Execution of Prolog Programs - The Open University
  3. ViewPoint: Toward a Computer for Visual Thinkers - Stanford University
  4. Specialist Help Using Multiple Media - IBM Watson Research Center
  5. MacWorld Information Kiosk: Visual Metaphors for Accessing Information - Apple Computer

Issue 59

  1. Interfaces for Accessing Textual and Visual Information in Large Databases - Apple Computer
  2. Creating User Interfaces by Demonstration: The Peridot User Interface Management System - University of Toronto
  3. Intelligent Ttoring Systems: The ACT Project - Carnegie-Mellon University
  4. More Voice Applications in Cedar - Xerox PARC

Issue 63: CHI'91

  1. Information Visualization Using 3D Interactive Animation - Xerox PARC
  2. Editable Graphical Histories - Columbia Univ.
  3. Guides 3.0 - Apple Computer
  4. The Cue Ball as Part of a Gestural Interface - Incredible Tech
  5. Documents as User Interfaces - Xerox PARC
  6. Scheduling Home Control Devices - Univ. of Maryland

Issue 64: CHI'91

  1. The Lapidary Graphical User Interface Design Tool - Univ. of Tennessee
  2. Eager: Programming Repetitive Tasks by Example - Apple Computer
  3. Janus: Basic Concepts and Sample Run - NYNEX Science and Technology
  4. Spoken Language Interfaces: The OM System - Carnegie Mellon Univ.
  5. COMET: Generating Coordinated Multimedia Explanations - Columbia Univ.

Issue 65: CHI'91

  1. Hydrogen Collision Dynamics on a Rough Surface - NCSA
  2. Rapid Controlled Movement Through Virtual 3D Workspaces - Xerox PARC
  3. A Human Factors Guide to Computer Speech - Univ. of Wales
  4. A Hypersimulation-Based Learning Environment: SIMPLE - Mitsubishi Electric Corp.
  5. GENIE: Developing and Assessing State-of-the-Art Integrated Programming Environments - Carnegie Mellon Univ.

Issue 70: Special issue on Visualization Software

  1. Visualization Reality
  2. Visualization Software Tools
  3. Visualization Parameters
  4. Visualization Applications
  5. Digital Unimedia
  6. Virtual Reality
  7. Future Trends

Issue 76: CHI'92

Issue 77: CHI'92

Issue 78: CHI'92

Issue 87: CSCW '92

  1. The Pandora Multimedia System-Olivetti
  2. Enhanced Factory Communications -Boeing
  3. Coupling The User Interfaces Of A Multi-User Program Purdue University
  4. Groupsketch-University Of Calgary
  5. The Conversation Board-Bellcore
  6. Toward Seamless Collaboration Media: From Teamworkstation To Clearboard-Ntt
  7. Rubber Rocks-Ibm
  8. Delft-Wit: Research !!Issues And Methods For Behavioral Analysis-Delft University

Issue 88: INTERCHI'93

  1. The human Guidance of Automated design - British Aerospace and Phillips Research
  2. Browsing Graphs Using a Fisheye View - DEC Systems and Brown University
  3. High Interaction Data Visualization - using Seesoft to Visualize Program Change History - AT & T Bell Laboratories
  4. Exploring Remote Images: A Telepathological Workstation - HCIL University of Maryland
  5. QOC In Action: Using Design Rationale to Support Design - Rank Xerox EuroPARC
  6. Touch Typing With a Stylus - XeroxPARC
  7. ARGOS: A Display System for Augmenting Reality - U. of Toronto
  8. Talking to Machines - U. of Wales
  9. The Alfresco Interactive System - IRST
  10. Hyperspeech - MIT Media Lab
  11. MPACT: Interactive Motion Picture Authoring System for Creative Talent - Hitachi
  12. Microcosm: An Open Hypermedia System - U. of Southampton
  13. Multimedia Documents as User Interfaces- U. of Washington and XeroxPARC

Issue 89: INTERCHI'93

  1. Graphical Editing by Example - Columbia U.
  2. Guiding Automation with Pixels: A Technique for Programming in the User Interface - HCIL- U. of Maryland
  3. Inferring Graphical Constraints with Rockit - DEC Paris Research Centre and CMU
  4. Tourmaline: Macrostyles by Example - Bell Communications and CMU
  5. The Active Badge System - Olivetti Research
  6. Imagine - Hewlett Packard

Issue 106: CSCW '94

--- Last updated April 1997, by Saul Greenberg