CHI 2004, Vienna Stephen Intille’s Concept Video Clip List

Resource for panel at CHI 2004 in Vienna

virtually transcluded from web.media.mit.edu/~intille/videos/conceptclips.htm, 3-Oct-2004
basically for the purpose to have active hyperlinks

Now Showing: Inspirational UBICOMP Videos

This is a list of (hopefully!) inspirational videos showing ubiquitous computing interfaces. Some of the videos simply show visions of what the future could hold (e.g. from major computer companies), and others show working prototype systems built in laboratories. If you have additional suggestions for this list (and particularly if you can provide a way to locate the video clip), please contact [Stephen Intille]. This list was originally inspired by the UBICOMP 2002 Video Program. These videos were shown for an MIT 2004 IAP activity: Movie Making: Inventing the Future of Ubiquitous Computing

Also worth looking at is this list of movies that show visions of environments of the future. Selections from many of these movies are highly relevant and complement the videos listed here. 

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1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004


1920s

Metropolis (1927)

Type: Visionary movie clip
Producer: UFA
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0017136/

1950s

The Honeymooners "Better Living Through TV" Episode (1955) [0:04:25]
Type: Television vision of the future
Obtain from: Video store

Housewife in futuristic kitchen (1956) [0:00:18]
Type: Concept video

1960s

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) [0:07:34]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Author: S. Kubrik
Keywords: fantasy, work
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0062622/

1970s

Zardoz (1974) [0:01:39]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Producer: Twentieth Century Fox
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0070948/

The Conversation (1974) [0:59 and 5:32]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0071360/

Star Wars (1977) [0:00:56]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Producer: Twentieth Century Fox
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0076759/

Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) [0:02:17]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Producer: Paramount
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0079945/

Bifocal display explanation (1980) [0:01:02]
Producer: Imperial College
URL: www.iis.ee.ic.ac.uk/~r.spence/videos.htm#BIFOCAL DISPLAY II

Bifocal display (1980) [0:00:13]
Producer: Imperial College
URL: www.iis.ee.ic.ac.uk/~r.spence/videos.htm#BIFOCAL DISPLAY I
Obtain from: Office of the Professional

Star Wars: Episode V – Empire Strikes Back (1980) [0:00:58]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0080684/

Office of the Professional (1980) [Need to obtain]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Imperial College
URL: www.viktoria.se/play/publications/2000/phd/leh/breaking.pdf

1980s

Blade Runner (1982) [0:03:33]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0083658/

Talking Turtle (1983) [1:25:42]
Type: Documentary with examples of future use
Producer: PBS NOVA
Description: NOVA looks at computers in the classroom through the eyes of MIT's Seymour Papert, father of the Turtle--a computerized robot that crawls on the floor and talks in versatile language even five-year-olds can learn

Put That There (1983) [Need to obtain]
Type: Research prototype
Author: C. Schmandt
Producer: MIT Media Laboratory
Obtain from: CHI 83
Obtain from: Chris Schmandt

Knowledge Navigator (1987) [0:06:10]
Producer: Apple Computer
Obtain from: Hugh Dubberly
wikipedia: Knowledge Navigator

Project 2000 (1988) [0:10:07]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Apple Computer
Obtain from: CHI 92 Special Video Program

Healthcare 2008 (1988) [0:06:40]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Apple Computer

Intelligent Tutoring Systems: The ACT Project (1988) [0:16:26]
Author: J. Anderson, A. T. Corbett, C. F. Boyle and M. Lewis
Obtain from: CHI '88 Technical Video Program
Obtain from: anderson@a.psy.cmu.edu

More Voice Applications in Cedar (1988) [0:12:24]
Type: Research prototype
Author: P. Zellweger, D. Swinhart, D. Terry and K. Pier
Producer: Xerox Palo Alto Research Center
Obtain from: CHI '88 Technical Video Program
Obtain from: PolieZ.pa@Xerox.COM

Pandora Envisionment (1989) [0:06:12]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: Olivetti/AT&T Cambridge
URL: www.uk.research.att.com/labvid.html

Back to the Future Part II (1989) [0:04:05]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0096874/

'1995' A Vision Video (1989) [Need to locate]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Hewlett Packard
Obtain from: SIGCHI Video Review, CHI 91

Cookin' with VIC (1989) [Need to obtain]
Producer: VA Medical Rehabilitation Center
Obtain from: CHI 89

The Office Design Project (1989) [Need to obtain]
Producer: PARC
Obtain from: CHI 89

Chapter One (1989) [0:10:44]Future Shock: gestures
Type: Concept video
Producer: Apple Computers, Inc.
URL: Future Shock

1990

Pandora (1990) [0:16:15]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: Olivetti/AT&T Cambridge
URL: www.uk.research.att.com/labvid.html

Casual Interaction in the Hallway (1990) [0:02:37]
Type: Thought provoking video
Producer: University of Calgary
URL: www.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/grouplab/papers/videos/

The Edge (1990) [0:10:08]
Type: Concept video
Producer: E.I. du Pont and Digital Equipment Company

The Strauss Mouse (1990) [0:12:58]
Type: Inspirational video
Author: M. Mantei
Description: The Strauss Mouse is a sequence of short clips of the variety of mouse use behavior we have observed in our Observation Laboratory at the Center for Machine Intelligence. The behavior is both inefficient and persistent because there is nothing in the design of the mouse that guides a user toward the most effective use. Each of the user strategies represents a valid interpretation of the interface and a model the user might form of the pointing and selection task.
Obtain from: CHI90

The Piano Tutor (1990) [0:11:32]
Type: Research prototype
Author: M. Sanchez, A. Joseph, R. B. Dannenberg, P. Capell, R. Saul and R. Joseph
Producer: Carnegie Mellon University
Description: The Piano Tutor combines a multi-media presentation system with an expert system to form an interactive system for teaching beginners how to play the piano. The system uses real-time score-following software to track student performances, turning pages of music on a video display in real time. Detected performance errors are processed by an expert system that assembles a remedial presentation that can include video, voice, music, text, and graphics. To keep the problem manageable, the Piano Tutor curriculum is composed of a large collection of modules called lessons. The system automatically navigates through the set of lessons using a dynamic model of the student's knowledge so that each student receives individually tailored instruction.
Obtain from: CHI 90
Obtain from: dannenberg@cs.cmu.edu

Three-Dimensional Interfaces in Shared Environments (1990) [0:06:19]
Type: Research prototype
Author: D. Weimer
Producer: AT&T Bell Laboratories
Description: In this tape we show three-dimensional interface paradigms that we have developed using a glove that can track a person's hand movements: gesture recognition, and shape-gesturing. We show how a VPL DataGlove can be combined with speech recognition to implement more natural interfaces for three-dimensional CAD. The tape starts by describing the hardware of our experimental graphical interface. We describe how the interface relies on the orientation of the hand, the index finger position, and static gestures of the thumb. Operations are shown that use the finger tip position for 2D and 3D pointing and dragging. Pointing and dragging is demonstrated in the following operations: defintion of b-spline curves/surfaces, and dragging control points in 3D. The tape demonstrates the use of thumb gestures in the following operations: incremental object rotation, menu selection, and enabling/disabling dragging operations. Collaborative engineering systems can be designed by combining these interface paradigms with networking. Collaobrative systems could provide multi-user access to shared three-dimensional spaces. With tracking gloves, the user's hands can be used to interact with people using gestures, or to interact with the computer.
Obtain from: CHI 90
Obtain from: dmw@vax135.att.com

1991

Scheduling Home Control Devices (1991) [0:05:59]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: UMD
URL: www.cs.umd.edu/hcil/pubs/video91.shtml
www.open-video.org/preview.php?seg_id=711

Freejack (1991) [1:10]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0104299/

A Human Factors Guide to Computer Speech (1991) [0:12:53]
Author: C. Cowley and D. Jones
Producer: University of Wales
College of Cardiff
Description: Recently, computer speech technology has advanced to the point where practical, commercially available speech output devices can be utilized for a variety of applications which take advantage of the unique attributes of language as a communication mode. Such devices, although not approaching the sophistication and flexibility of their human counterparts, allow production and manipulation of intelligible synthesized speech and the storage and display of high-quality digitized utterances. As the technology becomes more widely known and the costs decrease, much wider usage can be anticipated.

Guides 3.0 (1991) [0:13:24]
Type: Concept video
Author: T. Oren, A. Don and B. Laurel
Producer: Apple Computer
Description: The Guides prototype demonstrates the use of narrative metaphor and antrhopomorphic agents for browsing a multimedia database of early American history. The Guides are characters drawn from this period, and are explained through the use of video stories. In addition to delivering these stories, they make recommendations of database to be browsed which are consistent with their interests. The System Guide, a contemporary figure, delivers both voice-over help information and browsing suggestions based on extrapolations of the user's interests. Options are also available for directed search and construction of guides which reprsent the user's own interests.
Obtain from: CHI 91, Issue 63

The Cue Ball as Part of a Gestural Interface (1991) [0:03:45]
Type: Research prototype
Author: D. Thiel
Producer: Incredible Technologies, Inc.
Description: This tape features the applications of an input device that translates the motion of a cue-ball rolled on a horizontal plane into computer input. It was developed for use in unattended entertainment products. Unlike hand motions required by joysticks, trackballs and mice, rolling a ball is a familiar gesture. When mapped to an appropriate task, the cue ball interface is very intuitive. This lowers the entry point of the activity making it available to a broader audience. The first three commercial applications are demonstrated
Obtain from: CHI91, Issue 63

Bis ans Ende der Welt (1991)
Type: Visionary movie clip

IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0101458/

1992

Active Badge on Beyond 2000 (1992) [0:06:40]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Olivetti/AT&T Cambridge
URL: www.uk.research.att.com/labvid.html

Pandorino (1992) [0:07:33]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: Olivetti/AT&T Cambridge
URL: www.uk.research.att.com/labvid.html

Residential Information Services in Broadband Public Switched Network (1992) [0:6:20]
Type: Concept video
Producer: AT&T
Obtain from: CHI 92 Special Video Program

Be There Here (1992) [0:14:58]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Telepresence Research
Obtain from: CHI 92 Special Video Program

Virtuality, Inc. (1992) [0:05:40]
Type: Concept video
Producer: San Francisco Art Institute
Obtain from: CHI 92 Special Video Program

HyperCard 1992 (1992) [0:06:26]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Apple Computer, Inc.
Obtain from: CHI 92 Special Video Program
Obtain from: Hugh Dubberly

Friend21 (1992) [0:22:09]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Institute for Personalized Information Environment
Obtain from: CHI 92 Special Video Program

Tactile Manipulation on a Digital Desk (1992) [0:11:07]
Producer: Rank Xerox EuroPARC
Obtain from: CHI 92 Special Video Program

1992 (1992) [0:09:39]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Hewlett Packard
Obtain from: CHI 92 Special Video Program

Wireless Coyote (1992) [0:19:23]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: Apple Computer
URL: portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=155049.155062&dl=GUIDE&dl=ACM

Eduquest: The Journey Begins (1992) [0:13:06]
Type: Concept video
Producer: IBM

The Conversation Board (1992) [0:03:49]
Type: Research prototype
Author: T. Brinck
Producer: Bellcore
Obtain from: CSCW '92 Technical Video Program, Issue 87 or hammer@bellcore.com

GroupSketch (1992) [0:08:53]
Type: Research prototype
Author: S. Greenberg, M. Roseman, D. Webster and R. Bohnet
Producer: University of Calgary
Obtain from: CSCW '92 Technical Video Program, Issue 87
Obtain from: saul@cpsc.ucalgary.ca

Towards Seamless Collaboration Media: From Team Work-Station to ClearBoard (1992) [0:22:24]
Type: Research prototype
Author: H. Ishii, K. Arita and M. Kobayashi
Description: This video presents the evolution of collaboration media design activities at NTT Human Interface Laboratories. "Seamlessness" has been a key concept of their evolving media design. The authors show the progression of their design from TeamWorkStation to ClearFace to ClearBoard. TeamWorkStation provides distributed users with a seamless shared workspace. Each user can still use their favorite application programs or desktop tools, so there is only a minor cognitive seam between the individual and shared workspaces. ClearBoard permits coworkers in two different locations to draw with color markers or electronic devices while maintaining direct eye contact, gaze awareness, and use of natural gestures.
URL: tangible.media.mit.edu/projects/ClearBoard/ClearBoard.htm
Obtain from: CSCW 92

Enhanced Factory Communications (1992) [0:06:44]
Author: B. Magee and G. Cox
Producer: Boeing
Obtain from: CSCW '92, Issue 87

Delft-WITLab: Research Issues and Methods for Behavioral Analysis (1992) [0:06:48]
Type: Research prototype
Author: J. van der Velden
Producer: Delft University, The Netherlands
Description: The video describes a first series of experiments studying distributed group work, focusing on the experimental setup and the tools used to capture and analyze interaction data. In the experiment, small task teams played a management game under various interaction conditions for a period of ten weeks. Data capture is through a computer-controlled video recorder that can record and play simultaneously on two or more tapes. A program developed at NPL-London allows video incidents to be indexed, retrieved, and edited. The video also shows a tool that registers the speech frequency and computer use of each group member during the experiment. With this tool, information can be dervied of the group interaction, the participation of each group member, their speech duration, and the speech sequences.
Obtain from: CSCW92

1993

Connections (1993) [0:14:24]
Type: Concept video
Producer: AT&T

Ubiquitous Computing (1993) [0:12:46]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: Xerox PARC
URL: www.ubiq.com/hypertext/weiser/UbiHome.html

First Born (1993) [8:36]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Pacific Telesis

The Neighborhood (1993) [0:11:37]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Pacific Telesis

Hyperspeech (1993) [0:03:29]
Author: B. Arons
Producer: MIT Media Lab
Description: Hyperspeech is a speech-only hypermedia application that explores issues of speech user interfaces, navigation system architecture in a purely audio environment without a visual display. The system uses speech recognition iput and synthetic speech feedback to aid in navigating through a database of digitally recorded speech segments.
Obtain from: INTERCHI '93, Issue 88

Talking to Machines (1993) [0:12:08]
Type: Research prototype
Author: C. Cowley
Producer: University of Wales
Description: This video shows how dialogue design and error correction strategies, informed by human factors research can lead to the development of usable and profitable systems.
URL: delivery.acm.org/10.1145/170000/169512/p522-cowley.pdf
Obtain from: CHI/Interact 93
Obtain from: cowley@uk.ac.cardiff.taff

Touch Typing with a Stylus (1993) [0:09:09]
Type: Research prototype
Author: D. Goldberg
Producer: Xerox Corporation
Obtain from: INTERCHI '93 Technical Video Program, Issue 88
Obtain from: goldberg@parc.xerox.com

'Imagine...' A Vision of Health Care in 1997 (1993) [0:15:35]
Type: Concept video
Author: B. Mathis
Producer: Hewlett Packard
Description: IMAGINE is a vision of health care in the year 1997 augmented by a variety of integrated information technologies. The film is not a literal prediction, but rather a projection of where current technologies are headed and what changes they will produce in the fields of medical diagnosis, patient care and hospital administration. Though produced at Hewlett-Packard, IMAGINE represents the capabilities of many companies and is a demonstration of open ssytems and their integration.
Obtain from: mathis@sde.hp.com

Exploring Remote Images: A Telepathological Workstation (1993) [0:08:57]
Author: C. Plaisant
Producer: HCIL University of Maryland
Obtain from: INTERCHI '93 Technical Video Program, Issue 88
Obtain from: plaisant@cs.umd.edu

Demolition Man (1993) [0:48 and 0:41 and 1:16 and 0:58 and 1:01 and 1:40]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0106697/

1994

ALIVE (1994) [0:04:26]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: MIT Media Laboratory
URL: vismod.www.media.mit.edu/vismod/demos/smartroom/

Interactive Video Actors (1994) [0:06:59]
Author: C. Breiteneder and S. Gibbs
Producer: University of Wien
University of Geneva
Description: Demonstrates the use of video processing techniques such as chroma-keying and layering to intergrate video with the user interface.
Obtain from: CHI '94, Issue 97
Obtain from: chris@ifs.univeie.ac.at

The Chameleon: Spatially Aware Palmtop Computers (1994) [0:05:16]
Type: Research prototype
Author: G. Fitzmaurice and W. Buxton
Producer: University of Toronto
Description: A spatially aware palmtop creates the illusion of holding a high performance graphical workstation in one's hand.
URL: www.dgp.toronto.edu/~gf/Research/Chameleon/ChameleonResearch.htm
Obtain from: gf@dgp.tortonto.edu

Disclosure (1994)
Type: Visionary movie clip
Producer: Warner Bros.
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0109635/

1995

Starfire: A Vision of Future Computing (1995) [0:13:31]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Sun Microsystems
URL: www.asktog.com/starfire/starfireHome.html

Navicam (1995) [0:01:06]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: Sony Computer Science Laboratory
URL: www.csl.sony.co.jp/person/rekimoto/navi.html
Obtain from: Jun Rekimoto

2020 Visualization (1995) [0:00:45]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Imperial College
URL: www.iis.ee.ic.ac.uk/~r.spence/videos.htm#2020%20VISUALIZATION

Synergies: A Vision of Information Products Working Together (1995) [Need to obtain]
Producer: Hewlett Packard
URL: www.acm.org/sigchi/chi95/Electronic/documnts/videos/san_bdy.htm
Obtain from: CHI 95

The Tablet Newspaper: A Vision for the Future (1995) [Need to obtain]
Producer: Knight-Rider Information Design Lab
URL: www.acm.org/sigchi/chi95/Electronic/documnts/videos/tam_bdy.htm
Obtain from: CHI 95

The Net (1995) [0:07:19]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Producer: Columbia
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0113957/

1996

A Palmtop Display for Dextrous Manipulation with Haptic Sensation (1996) [0:01:54]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: ATR Communication Systems Research Laboratories
URL: www.acm.org/sigchi/chi96/proceedings/papers/Noma/nh_txt.html

Mission Impossible (1996) [0:03:56]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Producer: Paramount
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0117060/

Beating the Limitations of Camera-Monitor Mediated Telepresence with Extra Eyes (1996) [Need to obtain]
URL: www.billbuxton.com/ExtraEyes.html
Obtain from: CHI 96

BrightBoard: A Video-Augmented Environment (1996) [Need to obtain]
Producer: PARC
URL: www.qandr.org/~quentinsf/research.html

1997

The KidsRoom (1997) [0:06:30]
Producer: MIT Media Laboratory
URL: www-white.media.mit.edu/vismod/demos/kidsroom/
Obtain from: Stephen Intille (intille@mit.edu)

A Multiple Device Approach to Whiteboard Interactions (1997) [0:02:36]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: Sony Computer Science Laboratory
URL: www.csl.sony.co.jp/person/rekimoto/papers/chi98.pdf
Obtain from: Jun Rekimoto

Dreamspace (1997) [0:02:23]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: IBM Research
URL: www.research.ibm.com/natural/dreamspace/

Things that Go Beep (1997) [0:01:12]
Type: Inspirational video
Producer: University of Calgary
URL: www.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/grouplab/papers/videos/

MagicCarpet (1997) [0:00:39]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: MIT Media Laboratory
URL: web.media.mit.edu/~joep/SpectrumWeb/captions/Carpet.html

Gattaca (1997) [0:03:34]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0119177/

The Fifth Element (1997) [0:02:14]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0119116/

A GUI Paradigm Using Tablets, Two-hands and Transparency (1997)
Type: Research prototype
Producer: Alias/Wavefront
URL: www.acm.org/sigs/sigchi/chi97/proceedings/video/gf2.htm
Obtain from: CHI 97

The Game (1997) [0:07:27]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0119174/

Technology at Home: A Digital Personal Scale (1997) [0:01:43]
Type: Research prototype
Author: S. Moeslinger
Producer: IDEO Lab
Obtain from: CHI 97

Utopia Appropriated: The Future As It Was (1997) [Need to obtain]
Author: R. Prelinger
URL: www.acm.org/sigchi/chi97/proceedings/invited/rp.htm
Obtain from: CHI 97 Special Video Program

A Tour of Teamrooms (1997) [0:08:50]
Author: M. Roseman and S. Greenberg
Producer: University of Calgary
Obtain from: CHI 97

1998

Ultrasonic Location Sensing (1998) [0:05:23]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: Olivetti and Oracle / AT&T Cambridge
URL: www.uk.research.att.com/labvid.html

Cyberspice (1998) [0:01:50]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: Olivetti and Oracle / AT&T Cambridge
URL: www.uk.research.att.com/labvid.html

Virtual PAT (1998) [0:01:51]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: MIT Media Laboratory
Obtain from: James Davis

The AmbientROOM: Integrating Ambient Media with Architectural Space (1998) [0:05:30]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: MIT Media Laboratory
URL: feel.media.mit.edu/projects/ambientROOM/ambientROOM.html
Obtain from: Obtain from Hiroshi Ishii (ishii@media.mit.edu)

The Truman Show (1998) [0:02:32]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Producer: Paramount
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0120382/

MusicFX: An Arbiter of Group Preferences for Computer-Supported Cooperative Workouts (1998) [Need to obtain]
Producer: CStar, Accenture

NaviPoint: An Input Device for Mobile Information Browsing (1998) [Need to obtain]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: IBM Tokyo Research Lab
Obtain from: CHI 98

Insight Lab: An Immersive Environment Utilizing Barcodes to Link Paper, Displays, and Data (1998) [Need to obtain]
Producer: Center for Strategic Technology Research, Andersen Consulting
URL: www.acm.org/sigchi/cscw98/program/videos.html
Obtain from: CHI 98

Enemy of the State (1998) [4:24 and 1:04 and 2:18]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0120660/

1999

Remote video view (1999) [0:00:23]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: MIT Media Laboratory
Obtain from: Nuria Oliver

Sentient Computing (1999) [0:08:45]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: AT&T Cambridge
URL: www.uk.research.att.com/labvid.html

It/I Computer Theater (1999) [0:03:00]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: MIT Media Laboratory
URL: web.media.mit.edu/~iti/
Obtain from: Claudio Pinhanez (pinhanez@us.ibm.com)

Online Medicine Cabinet (1999) [0:01:05]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: CStar, Accenture
URL: www.techtv.com/news/computing/story/0,24195,3333503,00.html

EasyLiving Room System Demo (1999) [0:07:26]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: Microsoft Research
URL: research.microsoft.com/easyliving/

Hypermask (1999) [0:01:16]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: Sony CSL
URL: www.csl.sony.co.jp/person/kimb/HyperMask/
Obtain from: Claudio Pinhanez (pinhanez@us.ibm.com)

Ping Pong Plus (1999)
Type: Research prototype
Producer: MIT Media Laboratory
URL: tangible.media.mit.edu/projects/PingPongPlus/PingPongPlus.htm
Obtain from: Hiroshi Ishii

Augmented Surfaces (1999) [0:03:14]
Type: Research prototype
Author: J. Rekimoto
Producer: Sony Computer Science Laboratory
URL: www.csl.sony.co.jp/person/rekimoto/as/
Obtain from: Jun Rekimoto

2000

comHome: Video Mediated Communication for Domestic Environments (2000) [0:06:51]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Centre for User-oriented IT design (CID), KTH
URL: www.arch.kth.se/~junestrand/comhome/comhome.html

Sentient Computing (2000) [0:02:34]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: AT&T Cambridge
URL: www.uk.research.att.com/labvid.html

The 6th Day (2000) [0:07:55]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Producer: Columbia Pictures
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0216216/

Tracking in the AwareHome (2000) [0:01:25]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: GaTech

StoryRooms (2000) [0:03:41]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: UMD
URL: www.cs.umd.edu/hcil/kiddesign/videos.shtml

Aura (2000) [0:06:10]
Type: Concept video
Producer: CMU
URL: www-2.cs.cmu.edu/~aura/

Red Planet (2000) [0:03:54]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Producer: Warner Bros.
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0199753/

The secret life of Dr. WhatsOn (2000) [Need to obtain]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Nokia Mobile Phones

e-guide (2000) [Need to obtain]
Producer: Le Studio créatif de France Telecom R&D

Virtual Reality: Fully Immersed in School (2000) [0:10:37]
Type: Research prototype
Author: C. Dede
Producer: George Mason University

Antitrust (2000)
Type: Visionary movie clip
Producer: MGM
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0218817/

2001

2020: A History of the Future (2001) [0:20:46]
Type: Concept video
Producer: PBS

UbiControl - providing new and easy ways to interact with various consumer devices (2001) [0:01:45]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: Distributed Systems Group, ETH Zurich and Aware Home Research Initiative
URL: www.inf.ethz.ch/~mringwal/publ/ringwald-ubicontrol.pdf

eErie enhanced reality interactive experience (2001) [0:05:55]
Type: Concept video and research prototype
Producer: Swedish Institute of Computer Science
URL: www.sics.se/eerie/index-en.html
Obtain from: Ubicomp 2003 Video Program

Dynamic Shader Lamps (2001) [0:02:45]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: UNC
URL: www.cs.unc.edu/~debug/papers/DSLpaint/

iWork (2001) [0:05:06]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: Stanford University
URL: iwork.stanford.edu/photos.shtml#iroomintro

Flow (2001) [0:01:53]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Microsoft Research

A Privacy-Preserving Media Space (2001) [0:01:41]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: University of Calgary
URL: grouplab.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/papers/videos/index.html

TV Day Dream Advertisement (2001) [0:00:30]
Type: Inspirational commercial
Producer: Circuit City
Obtain from: Recorded off air

NurseBotPearl (2001) [0:07:10]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: CMU/Pitt/Mich

Papero Robot (2001) [0:05:26]
Type: Concept video
Producer: NEC

AI: Artificial Intelligence (2001) [0:02:20]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Producer: Dreamworks
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0212720/

Real-World Showroom (2001) [Need to obtain]
Producer: CStar, Accenture

Dilbert Cubicle (2001) [0:02:57]
Author: S. Adams
Producer: TechTV

Change Blind Digital Table (2001) [0:01:42]
Type: Research prototype
Author: S. Intille
Producer: MIT House_n
URL: architecture.mit.edu/house_n
Obtain from: intille@mit.edu

Wearable Turtle Shell Video (2001 (?)) [0:00:24]
Type: Inspirational video
Author: B. Clarkson

2002

Memory Assistant (2002) [0:01:04]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: University of Rochester
URL: av.futurehealth.rochester.edu/videos/MemoryB_256k.ram

Smart Medical Advisor (2002) [0:02:16]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: University of Rochester
URL: av.futurehealth.rochester.edu/videos/MedicationAdvisor_Demo_256k.ram

Focus Plus Context Display (2002) [0:02:04]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: PARC
URL: www.darmstadt.gmd.de/~baudisch/projects/focuspluscontextscreens/

Roomware - the second generation (2002) [0:06:28]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: Ambiente, Fraunhofer IPSI
URL: www.roomware.de/

The Inspiration Watch - a wearable device to aid shopping (2002) [0:02:20]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Hewlett Packard

MUI: Controlling Equipment via Migrating User Interfaces (2002) [0:02:45]
Producer: Lund Institute of Technology
URL: www.lucas.lth.se/

iClub - An Interactive Dance Club (2002) [0:06:28]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: Stanford University
URL: iwork.stanford.edu/pubs/iClubVideoAbstract.pdf

Shopwatch (2002) [0:02:20]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Hewlett-Packard Labs, Bristol

Interliving - Designing Interactive, Intergenerational Interfaces for Living Together (2002) [0:02:12]
Producer: CID/KTH, INRIA and Université de Paris-Sud

Ubiquitous Interactive Graphics (Everywhere Displays) (2002) [0:04:05]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: IBM Research
URL: www.research.ibm.com/ed/

NightVision (2002) [0:02:25]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Philips Research

Pro-Active Instructions for Furniture Assembly (2002) [0:03:52]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: Perceptual Computing and Computer Vision Group, ETH Zurich
URL: www.vision.ethz.ch/projects/furniture/furniture.html

Gesture + Play (2002) [0:02:03]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: MIT AI Laboratory
URL: www.ai.mit.edu/research/abstracts/abstracts2002/user-interfaces/29tollmar.pdf

Always Connected (2002) [0:04:04]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Motorola

Life Recorder (2002) [0:02:45]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Motorola

Others' Eyes (2002) [0:03:21]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Motorola

Hearing Hand (2002) [0:03:22]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Motorola

Mood Hood (2002) [0:03:11]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Motorola

Shared Knowledge (2002) [0:03:03]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Motorola

Minority Report (2002) [0:08:38]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Producer: Dreamworks
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0181689/

Illuminating Clay (2002) [0:02:06]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: MIT Media Laboratory
Obtain from: CHI 02

A Tangible Interface for Organizing Information Using a Grid (2002) [0:02:19]
Type: Research prototype
Producer: Tufts and MIT Media Laboratory
Obtain from: CHI 02

Interaction in a Collaborative Environment (2002) [0:06:29]
Producer: DaimlerChysler

2003

The Personal Server - Changing the ways we think about Ubiquitous Computing (2002) [Need to obtain]
Producer: Intel Research

Helix: A Vision of 2005-2015 (2003) [0:12:14]
Type: Concept video
Producer: Sun Microsystems
URL: www.helixdemos.com/film.html

Spot (2003) [Need to obtain]
Producer: Microsoft
URL: www.microsoft.com/resources/spot/media.mspx

A look at the house of the future (2003) [0:03:48]
Producer: MarketPlace report
URL: www.marketplace.org/play/audio.php?media=/2003/11/12_mpp

A-Life - Saving Lives in Avalanches (2003)
Type: Concept video
Producer: ETH Zurich
Obtain from: Ubicomp 2003 Video Program

Virtual Home Improvement (2003)
Producer: Accenture Technology Labs
Obtain from: Ubicomp 2003 Video Program

Matrix Reloaded (2003) [0:0:16]
Type: Visionary movie clip
Producer: Warner Brothers
Obtain from: DVD
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt0234215/

Ubiquitous Computing in the Living Room: Concept Sketches and an Implementation of a Persistent User Interface (2003) [0:06:12]
Type: Research prototype and concept video
Author: S. Intille, C. Pinhanez and V. Lee
Producer: MIT House_n, IBM Research
URL: www.media.mit.edu/~intille/tmp/IntilleLeePinhanez03.avi
Obtain from: Ubicomp 2003 Video Program
Obtain from: Stephen Intille (intille@mit.edu)

Concept and Partial Prototype Video: Ubiquitous Video Communication with the Perception of Eye Contact (2003) [0:04:33]
Author: E. M. Tapia, S. Intille, J. Rebula and S. Stoddard
Producer: MIT House_n
URL: www.media.mit.edu/~intille/tmp/TapiaIntilleRebulaStoddard03.avi
Obtain from: Ubicomp 2003 Video Program
Obtain from: intille@mit.edu

2004

Kitchens of the Future Television Show (2004) [1:42:58]
Type: Concept videos and visions of the future kitchen
Producer: The Food Network
Obtain from: Airing in 2004

Bacteria Count-down (2004) [0:00:14]
Type: Inspirational commercial
Producer: Clorox
Obtain from: Recorded from television.

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