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Thursday, 4 August
1:45 - 3:30 pm
Room 511AB
Session Chair: Joey Berzowska, Extra Soft Lab/Concordia University

Hako-ne: An Augmented Musical Dollhouse

A hybrid art-and-technology project that drives the development of augmented reality. This project integrates 3D graphics with the real world, using a custom Pocket PC-based optical see-through viewer device.

Saaya Itabashi
Inakage Lab, Keio University
shaaya (at)

Kenji Iguchi
Inakage Lab, Keio University

Masa Inakage
Inakage Lab, Keio University

Heterogeneous Character Animation: How to Make an Interactive Character Jump Between Stationary and Mobile Graphical Computers

A method for enabling a real-time animated character to appear to jump between a stationary computer screen and a mobile graphical device.

Bill Tomlinson
University of California, Irvine
wmt (at)

Man Lok Yau
University of California, Irvine

Jesse Gray
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Media Laboratory

Location-Aware Interactive Applications

This sketch describes two novel interactive applications. Both use the user's location to control the interaction, and the user's interface provides movement through the physical environment.

Kirsten Cater
University of Bristol
cater (at)

Constance Fleuriot
University of Bristol

Richard Hull
Josephine Reid
Hewlett Packard Laboratories

Future Cast System

A new visual entertainment presented at Expo 2005 in Aichi Japan. The special feature of this entertainment system is that the entire audience can become virtual movie performers.

Shigeo Morishima
Waseda University

Akinobu Maejima
Waseda University

Shuhei Wemler
Silicon Studio Corp.

Tamotsu Machida

Masao Takebayashi