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Mac 版本使用者，請改至 github 取得最新版本： http://github.com/lukhnos/openvanilla-oranje/downloads ，並請參考 0.9.0a1 的版本發佈說明： http://github.com/lukhnos/openvanilla-oranje/blob/master/Documents/20090826-Announcement.markdown The source tree for the Mac ... [More]
tagstore is a research software tool developed from the Institute for Software Technology of Graz University of Technology. The main purpose of tagstore is the refinement of a better method to manage files and folders on the local hard disk drive. Therefore tagstore is no commercial product. ... [More]
Experimental file browser developed as a test bed for the interaction techniques I'm researching at the HCI-Lab at UC (http://www.cosc.canterbury.ac.nz/research/RG/HCI/HCIlab)
Digital tools for annotation of video have the promise to provide immense value to researchers in disciplines ranging from psychology to computer science to ethnography. With the traditional methods for annotation being cumbersome, time-consuming, and frustrating, technological solutions are ... [More]
Software user interfaces have become more and more complex nowadays because of the industry competitiveness, which is impacted by the new expectations of users, who expect to save time, enjoy a comfortable interaction and a clear understanding. The HCI (Human Computer Interaction) discipline ... [More]
tandemAbouttandem is an exploration of Zoomable User Interfaces (ZUIs) and other concepts of Human-Computer Interaction to improve the way we explore the Flickr universe. Too complicated? Just think of it this way: «tandem makes Flickr more awesome.» ExploreYou can explore the most current ... [More]
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