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openvanilla

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  Analyzed over 2 years ago

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 version has been moved to ... [More] http://github.com/lukhnos/openvanilla-oranje OpenVanilla is an input method project. An input method is a system software program that people use to enter characters not found on their keyboards. The Project includes a large collection of Traditional and Simplified Chinese input methods as well as support for Taiwanese, Japanese, Tibetan, Unicode symbols, among others. Input method development used to be platform-dependent. OpenVanilla provides a lightweight API that simplifies the process. Because of its minimalistic design, OpenVanilla is highly portable. Input method modules developed with OpenVanilla's API run smoothly on Mac OS X, Linux/FreeBSD, and Windows. The Project also explores the possibilities of input method design. Topics include better user interface design and use cases beyond Asian languages. It's an open source project, participation welcome! OpenVanilla(開放香草輸入法計劃)提供多種輸入法工具,可以在Mac OS X、Linux/FreeBSD/Windows等平台上使用。 OpenVanilla的輕量設計,簡化了輸入法的開發工作。同時OpenVanilla也關心輸入法的各種可能性,例如更好的使用者介面設計,以及如何讓輸入法也能使用於其他語言。 [Less]

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nviron

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  Analyzed about 6 years ago

Currently in development as a proof of concept prototype for my PhD.

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tagstore

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  Analyzed 7 months ago

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] With tagstore the user does not use the usual method of filing data in a hierarchy of folders as the only possible method. In a tagstore files and folders are being tagged. Using those tags tagstore automatically generates navigation hierarchies called TagTrees. Within those TagTrees the user is able to navigate using his or her preferred software tools like file browsers, "file save..." or "file open..." dialogs. Please visit http://tagstore.ist.tugraz.at/en/about for details and screencast. [Less]

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FileShell

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  Analyzed 7 months ago

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)

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vcode

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

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] situated to aid in video annotation by increasing reliability, repeatability, and workflow optimizations. Three notable limitations of existing video annotation tools are lack of support for the annotation workflow, poor representation of data on a timeline, and poor interaction techniques with video, data, and annotations. Our model is a new system called VCode and VData. The benefit of our system is that is directly addresses the workflow and needs of both researchers and video coders. VCode and VData are a suite of "open source" applications which create a set of effective interfaces supporting the video annotation workflow . Our system has three main components: VCode (annotation), VCode Admin Window (configuration) and VData (examination of data, coder agreement and training). The Design of VCode and VData was grounded in existing literature, interviews with experienced coders, and ongoing discussions with researchers in multiple disciplines. [Less]

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net-sketch

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

to be added

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usixml-model-management

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

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] became even more concerned about the increase of the user interaction complexity and has been working on models to formally represent all aspects involved on the user experience. Some models are already mature and make part of this project: Task Model (TM), Abstract User Interface (AUI), Concrete User Interface (CUI) and Domain Model (DM). A XML-compliant markup language was created to describe those models in an easier way to persist, share and transform. This language is called USIXML (USer Interface eXtensible Markup Language). More information are available in the USIXML website: http://www.usixml.org. The USIXML Model Management project is focused on managing the USIXML code produced in your organization, integrating the currently available tools, sharing the code with the team and providing additional services like transformation, generation and traceability. [Less]

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ndash

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

A user aware public display system

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Mostly written in language not available
Licenses: MIT
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cs489

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

HCI project stuff

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tandem

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

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 release ... [More] of tandem at http://tandem.gasi.ch/. To see your own Flickr account through tandem, just replace in http://tandem.gasi.ch/#/photos// with your own Flickr account address. Enjoy. UpdatesAll changes to tandem are tracked on the following mailing list http://groups.google.com/group/tandem-commits. Feel free to subscribe to stay informed about the newest changes to tandem. Licensetandem. explore your world. Copyright (c) 2007–2008 Daniel Gasienica (daniel@gasienica.ch) tandem is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. tandem is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU Affero General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU Affero General Public License along with tandem. If not, see . Disclaimer: tandem uses the Flickr API but is not endorsed or certified by Flickr. [Less]

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