HCI at the University of Waterloo

Welcome to the Human Computer Interaction lab at the University of Waterloo! Our group's research centers on improving the ways computers can help people lead more productive, happy, and healthy lives, at home, work, or play. A selection of areas of research that we work on include: motion kinematics in user interfaces, open source usability, sketch recognition, usable privacy and security, and pen-based interfaces.

Waterloo HCI at UIST 2010


DoubleFlip: A Motion Gesture Delimiter for Interaction [PDF]
Jaime Ruiz and Yang Li


What Can Internet Search Engines “Suggest” About the
Usage and Usability of Popular Desktop Applications?
[PDF] [PNG]
Adam Fourney, Richard Mann, and Michael Terry

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