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Human-Computer interaction is a very active, yet very large field of research. Whatever the application context, human-machine interaction should be built on the very best of three fields: content, interaction devices, and optimal use of the device to interact with content. Such an approach to computer-human interaction was at the origin of the [[http://www.lifl.fr/GRAPHIX/|ALCOVE]] project, from which the MINT group, created in january 2010, is issued. The initial philosophy (i.e. consider Computer-Human Interaction as an interrelated problem between interaction, devices, and content) is fully alive.

MINT research team focuses on gesture-based interaction, combining three aspects of such domain: HCI, real-time numerical tools for gestural interaction, interaction hardware.

The group involves researchers from computer science (HCI,
graphics), electrical engineering, and psychology.

Note (02/26/2010): This website, still under construction, may still contain blank sections. It may also contain non-exhaustive informations,
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The MINT team focuses on ''gestural interaction'', i.e. the use of gesture for human-computer interaction (HCI).  The New Oxford American Dictionary defines ''gesture'' as ''a movement of part of the body, especially a hand or the head, to express an idea or meaning''. In the particular context of HCI, we are more specifically interested in movements that a computing system can sense and respond to. A gesture can thus be seen as a function of time into a set of sensed dimensions that might include but are not limited to positional information (the pressure exerted on a contact surface being an example of non-positional dimension).

Simple pointing gestures have long been supported by interactive
graphics systems and the advent of robust and affordable sensing technologies has somewhat broadened their use of gestures. Swiping, rotating and pinching gestures are now commonly supported on touch-sensitive devices, for example. Yet the expressive power of the available gestures remains limited. The increasing diversity and complexity of computer-supported activities calls for more powerful gestural interactions. Our goal is to foster the emergence of these new interactions, to further broaden the use of gesture by supporting more complex operations. We are developing the scientific and technical foundations required to facilitate the design, implementation and evaluation of these interactions. Our interests include:

* Gestures captured using held, worn or touched objects (e.g. a mouse, a glove or a touchscreen) or contactless perceptual technologies (e.g. computer vision);
* Computational representations of these gestures;
* Methods for characterizing and recognizing them;
* Transfer functions used for non-isometric object manipulations;
* Feedback mechanisms, and more particularly haptic ones;
* Engineering tools to facilitate the implementation of gestural interaction techniques;
* Evaluation methods to assess their usability
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MINT research team focuses on gesture-based interaction, combining three aspects of such domain: usages, real-time numerical tools, hardware.
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MINT research team focuses on gesture-based interaction, combining three aspects of such domain: HCI, real-time numerical tools for gestural interaction, interaction hardware.
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Computer-Human interaction is a very active, yet very large field of research. Whatever the application context, human-machine interaction should be built on the very best of three fields: content, interaction devices, and optimal use of the device to interact with content. Such an approach to computer-human interaction was at the origin of the [[http://www.lifl.fr/GRAPHIX/|ALCOVE]] project, from which the MINT group, created in january 2010, is issued. The initial philosophy (i.e. consider Computer-Human Interaction as an interrelated problem between interaction, devices, and content) is fully alive.
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Human-Computer interaction is a very active, yet very large field of research. Whatever the application context, human-machine interaction should be built on the very best of three fields: content, interaction devices, and optimal use of the device to interact with content. Such an approach to computer-human interaction was at the origin of the [[http://www.lifl.fr/GRAPHIX/|ALCOVE]] project, from which the MINT group, created in january 2010, is issued. The initial philosophy (i.e. consider Computer-Human Interaction as an interrelated problem between interaction, devices, and content) is fully alive.
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The group involves researchers from computer science (HCI, graphics), electrical engineering, and psychology.
February 26, 2010, at 01:05 PM by 134.206.18.135 -
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Note (02/26/2010): This website, still under construction, may still contain blank sections. It may also contain non-exhaustive informations, and its structure may also be modified within next months. We will do our best to have it up-to-date as soon as possible.
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Note (02/26/2010): This website, still under construction, may still contain blank sections. It may also contain non-exhaustive informations, and its structure may also be modified within next months. We will do our best to have it up-to-date (and stable) as soon as possible.
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Note (02/26/2010): This website, still under construction, may still contain blank sections. It may also contain non-exhaustive informations, and its structure may also be modified within next months. We will do our best to have it up-to-date as soon as possible.
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The group involves researchers from computer science (CHI, graphics), electrical engineering, and psychology.

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Computer-Human interaction is a very active, yet very large field of research
. Whatever the application context, human-machine interaction should be built on the very best of three fields: content, interaction devices, and optimal use of the device to interact with content. Such an approach to computer-human interaction was at the origin of the [[http://www.lifl.fr/GRAPHIX/|ALCOVE]] project, from which the MINT group, created in january 2010, is issued. The initial philosophy (i.e. consider Computer-Human Interaction as an interrelated problem between interaction, devices, and content) is fully alive.

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A local copy of PmWiki's
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To continue setting up PmWiki, see [[PmWiki/initial setup tasks]].

The [[PmWiki/basic editing]] page describes how to create pages
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More information about PmWiki is available from http://www.pmwiki.org .

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