Autodesk Research will be presenting five papers at the 28th ACM UIST User Interface Software and Technology Symposium in Charlotte, NC, from November 8-11. UIST is the premier forum for innovations in human-computer interfaces. UIST brings together researchers and practitioners from diverse areas including graphical & web user interfaces, tangible & ubiquitous computing, virtual & augmented reality, multimedia, new input & output devices, fabrication, wearable computing and CSCW.
This year there has been an explosion in research related to the areas of digital fabrication and fabricating electronics. You may browse the full program and see Autodesk's contributions below.
NanoStylus: Enhancing Input on Ultra-Small Displays
Candid Interaction: Revealing Hidden Mobile and Wearable Computing
MoveableMaker: Facilitating the Design, Generation, and Assembly of Moveable Papercraft
Smart Makerspace: An Immersive Instructional Space for Physical Tasks
Autodesk has contributed more to UIST 2015 than just papers. We're a platinum sponsor, Tovi Grossman has been serving as the Program Committee Co-Chair and Justin Matejka has been serving as the Video Previews Co-Chair.
Here's a preview of the rest of the show.