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An Introduction to the Multi-touch For Java (MT4j) Toolkit

I recently gave an introduction to the Multi-touch For Java (MT4j) toolkit to my local Java User Group in Wellington, New Zealand, May 2012. Assisted by two masters students in our research group. It is primarily aimed at getting people … Continue reading

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Code Space

CodeSpace by the Human Interactions in Programming group at Microsoft Research is an interesting concept on how to support developers interacting during meetings. The solution involves small devices, tablets, laptops, large touch interactive displays, and 3D gestural interfaces using two … Continue reading

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Touch Studio – Programming on your Windows Phone

Script your phone! Write code for your phone, on your phone! TouchStudio by Microsoft Research is a radically new software development environment on the Windows Phone, bringing the excitement of the first programmable personal computers to the phone. TouchStudio is … Continue reading

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Code Pad – augmenting the developers work environment

CodePad: Interactive Spaces for Maintaining Concentration in Programming Environments by Chris Parnin, Carsten Goerg, Spencer Rugaber (Slides) and presented at SoftVis 2010 is an interesting way to augment a developers working environment using an iPad and tablet like devices. More … Continue reading

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