At CHI Meeting, Microsoft Turns Computing Interfaces on Their Head, and Side, and Back

Xconomy: "spent a couple of days this week at CHI, the big annual meeting of the Association for Computing Machinery's Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction (ACM SIGCHI). It was the first time since 1994 that the conference-the main international gathering for scholars and practitioners in user interface design-has come to Boston. But it wasn't the first time that a single company, namely Microsoft, has dominated the proceedings. Matching statistics from other recent CHI meetings, authors from Microsoft Research supplied nearly one out of eight papers presented at the conference, and researchers Ken Hinckley and Meredith Ringel Morris from MSR's Adaptive Systems and Interaction Group in Redmond were co-chairs of the technical program."

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