Microsoft Research Celebrates the Past, Present and Future of Human-Computer Interaction

This week in the city Leonardo da Vinci called home, academics and researchers from around the globe are gathering for CHI 2008, the annual conference of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction (SIGCHI). Scientists from Microsoft Research labs in Asia; Cambridge, England; India; and Redmond, Wash., will participate to […]

This week in the city Leonardo da Vinci called home, academics and researchers from around the globe are gathering for CHI 2008, the annual conference of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction (SIGCHI). Scientists from Microsoft Research labs in Asia; Cambridge, England; India; and Redmond, Wash., will participate to present their latest innovations in a broad range of human-computer interaction research.

CHI 2008 accepted 20 papers from Microsoft Research (12 percent of the total papers accepted at this year’s conference). In its continued commitment to drive the state of the art in technology through open collaboration, Microsoft Research wrote 16 of the 20 papers with academic partners from 12 universities around the globe. Following are three examples of the papers Microsoft Research will present at the conference...

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