CHI 2012

Organizers say that while some think social media weakens human-to-human interactions, CHI explores ways to combat that.

A feature, not a bug

When an LCD screen is viewed from a different angle, the colours change. Microsoft Research Asia developers exploited this flaw to create Dual View, a screen that can show two images simultaneously.

Human ears?

Humantenna uses radio and electromagnetic interference to detect gestures. A little bigger than a wristwatch is strapped to a user, which detects movements and pairs those gestures with particular actions.

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