Tabletop Product Photography : Product Photography & Setting the Backdrop Set up the right backdrop for product photography, using fabric or textures that match the product. Learn about setting backdrops in product photography on tabletops from a professional artist in this free photography video. Expert: Dan'L Terry Bio: Dan'L Terry is a nationally award-winning artist/designer. His art has been exhibited in national juried shows and museums, on the covers of books and magazines, and in feature films. Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA
Peek-Poke #1: Vintage Coleco Tabletop Arcade Games Robotube Games Presents: Peek Poke Episode #1 Straight from the RetroBar, Jason Cirillo gives us a tour of the Coleco line of tabletop arcade games from the early 1980's. These mini arcade machines are not only cool looking, but play a pretty mean version of their big arcade counterparts. Look for more videos on their way soon at
UIST'09: Bonfire: a nomadic system for hybrid laptop-tabletop interaction Presented at UIST (ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology) PAPER ABSTRACT We present Bonfire, a self-contained mobile computing system that uses two laptop-mounted laser micro-projectors to project an interactive display space to either side of a laptop keyboard. Coupled with each micro-projector is a camera to enable hand gesture tracking, object recognition, and information transfer within the projected space. Thus, Bonfire is neither a pure laptop system nor a pure tabletop system, but an integration of the two into one new nomadic computing platform. This integration (1) enables observing the periphery and responding appropriately, eg, to the casual placement of objects within its field of view, (2) enables integration between physical and digital objects via computer vision, (3) provides a horizontal surface in tandem with the usual vertical laptop display, allowing direct pointing and gestures, and (4) enlarges the input/output space to enrich existing applications. We describe Bonfire's architecture, and offer scenarios that highlight Bonfire's advantages. We also include lessons learned and insights for further development and use. AUTHORS: Shaun K. Kane, Daniel Avrahami,Jacob O. Wobbrock, Beverly Harrison,Adam D. Rea,Matthai Philipose,Anthony LaMarca LINK TO PUBLICATION: ACM COPYRIGHT NOTICE. Copyright © 2009 by the Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. Permission to make digital or hard copies of part or all of this ...
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Tabletop Product Photography : Auto vs. Manual Focus in Product Photography Product photographers choose focus setting based on lens type and the distance of the product. Learn about camera focus in product photography on tabletops from a professional artist in this free photography video. Expert: Dan'L Terry Bio: Dan'L Terry is a nationally award-winning artist/designer. His art has been exhibited in national juried shows and museums, on the covers of books and magazines, and in feature films. Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA
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BMX Etiquette & Advanced Tricks : What is the Tabletop BMX Bike Trick? Learn about the popular tabletop BMX trick in thisfree instructional video lesson on BMX riding, tricks, and stunts. Expert: Garson Fields Bio: Garson Fields is 20 years old. He has been riding BMX and mountain bikes for seven years. Garson is an avid BMX rider. He has taught others various tricks and techniques as well. Filmmaker: Christian Munoz-Donoso
Laminated Multifunction Table Top • Using Laminate In Your Woodworking Shop - 4 of 4 This is the final video in a short series about using laminate to make shop work surfaces. In this four part series, Allan explains how laminate is made, demonstrates various ways of cutting laminate, how to apply the contact cement, how to accurately place, how to exact trim, how to pressure roll and file the edges. He also shows how to trim the laminate exactly to the pre-drilled 20 mm holes of his custom Festool style multifunction table. In the fourth video Allan does a quick demo of the various Festool quick clamps and clamping elements. Video 4 Details: Allan shows how to trim laminate exactly to his pre-drilled 20 mm holes. He goes through a series of steps to laminate the Festool style multifunction table top of his vacuum station. He also does a short demo showing how to the Festool clamps work effortlessly with the perforated top. ______________________________________ Watch videos 1 through 3 in the Using Laminate In Your Woodworking Shop series to see all the details involved in this project.______________________________________ Want to know which tools and products that AskWoodman uses? Interested in learning more woodworking techniques? Read the articles that go with AskWoodman videos at Allan Little is AskWoodman™ Follow him on twitter, subscribe to his blog or talk to him on Facebook! http
Coleco Pacman and Ms. Pacman Tabletop Arcade Review I am going to show you what both of the machines look like and how they play. If you came here from eBay, I will describe them thoroughly. Please comment!!!
Stacks on the Surface (ITS / Tabletop 2009) Stacks on the Surface: Resolving Physical Order Using Fiducial Markers With Structured Transparency Considerable work has explored tangible interactions on surface-based computing. Often, this entails the direct placement of physical objects - either abstract or iconic - onto interactive surfaces. Although static themselves, their physicality offers an accurate and intuitive means for instantiating, manipulating, or otherwise acting on dynamic elements within the interface. Stacking, an action we perform regularly to organize physical objects in the real world, is notably absent from contemporary surface interactions. Stacking provides an intuitive way to group items and describe ordering. In this paper, we introduce a novel method that allows stacks of objects resting on camera-driven surfaces to be resolved both which objects are in the stack, and in what order they are placed. This is achieved using conventional, passive fiducial markers, which in addition to reflective regions, also incorporate structured areas of transparency. This allows particular orderings to appear as unique marker patterns. We discuss how such markers are encoded and fabricated, and include relevant mathematics. To further motivate our approach, we comment on various scenarios where stacking could be especially useful. We conclude with details from our proof-of-concept implementation, built on Microsoft Surface. Bartindale, T. and Harrison, C. 2009. Stacks on the Surface ...
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Motivating Multimodal Interaction Around Digital Tabletops Tse, E., Greenberg, S. and Shen, C. (2006) Motivating Multimodal Interaction Around Digital Tabletops. In Video Proceedings of ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work - ACM CSCW'06. ACM Press, November. Video and two page paper, duration 3:25. Abstract: In this video we provide motivation for exploring natural speech and gesture interactions on a digital table through the implementation of speech and gesture wrappers around existing single user applications. We briefly compare paper vs digital maps and demonstrate verbal alouds, rich hand gestures, speech for commands, gestures for specifying locations, interleaving actions, validation and assistance.
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T3: Tabletop Web-Browsing and Other High-Resolution Appli... Philip Tuddenham and Peter Robinson We present T3, a new computer interface that can display large areas of small text on a table surface. We demonstrate a novel interface for collaborative tabletop web-browsing created using T3. We then describe how the display works and demonstrate two further features: existing user interface components, including buttons and spreadsheets, can be used to create complex tabletop applications rapidly; and two tabletops can be connected together to support remote tabletop collaboration. T3 is freely available for non-commercial research. Visit the website for more information.
Occlusion-Aware Menu Design for Digital Tabletops Presented at CHI 2009: Interaction with large direct input surfaces is strongly influenced by physical restrictions. Reachability of items or occlusions through the users body require novel design considerations for appropriate interfaces. By using a occlusion-aware menu design and an adaptive menu placement this problems can be reduced. by Media Interaction Lab (mi-)
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[ITS 2009 Demo] GETTING PRACTICAL WITH INTERACTIVE TABLETOP DISPLAYS DESIGNING FOR DENSE DATA, "FAT FINGERS," DIVERSE INTERACTIONS, AND FACE-TO-FACE COLLABORATION Tabletop displays with touch-based input provide many powerful affordances for directly manipulating and collaborating around information visualizations. However, these devices also introduce several challenges for interaction designers, including discrepancies among the resolutions of the visualization, the tabletops display, and its sensing technologies; a need to support diverse types of interactions required by different visualization techniques; and the ability to support face-to-face collaboration. As a result, most interactive tabletop applications for working with information currently demonstrate limited functionality and do not approach the power or versatility of their desktop counterparts. We present two specific techniques, i-Loupe and iPodLoupe, which illustrate how different design choices for addressing these challenges enable vastly different experiences in working with complex data on interactive surfaces. by Stephen Voida , University of Calgary Matthew Tobiasz , University of Calgary Julie Stromer , University of Calgary Petra Isenberg , University of Calgary Sheelagh Carpendale , University of Calgary www.its2009.org
[ITS 2009 Demo] The Haptic Tabletop Puck: The Video In everyday life, our interactions with objects on real tables include how our fingertips feel those objects. In comparison, current digital interactive tables present a uniform touch surface that feels the same, regardless of what it presents visually. In this video, we demonstrate how tactile interaction can be used with digital tabletop surfaces. We present a simple and inexpensive device the Haptic Tabletop Puck that incorporates dynamic, interactive haptics into tabletop interaction. We created several applications that explore tactile feedback in the area of haptic information visualization, haptic graphical interfaces, and computer supported collaboration. In particular, we focus on how a person may interact with the friction, height, texture and malleability of digital objects. by Nicolai Marquardt , University of Calgary, Canada Miguel A. Nacenta , University of Calgary, Canada James E. Young , University of Calgary, Canada Sheelagh Carpendale , University of Calgary, Canada Saul Greenberg , University of Calgary, Canada Ehud Sharlin , University of Calgary, Canada
Madgets: Actuating Widgets on Interactive Tabletops Madgets are transparent tangible controls for multi-touch tables. Our system combines electromagnetic actuation with fiber optical tracking. For more information: Visit hci.rwth-/madgets
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Tabletop Product Photography : Backdrops in Product Photography Product photographers choose a backdrop based on the colors and materials of the product. Learn about using a backdrop in product photography on tabletops from a professional artist in this free photography video. Expert: Dan'L Terry Bio: Dan'L Terry is a nationally award-winning artist/designer. His art has been exhibited in national juried shows and museums, on the covers of books and magazines, and in feature films. Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA
How to Build a Pub Table and Stools, Part 2: Table Top and Assembly Lowe's Shop Class host, Keith Flippen, demonstrates the next steps to building a pub table. In this video, learn how to build the table top and how to assemble the table together. If you missed the first video on how to build table legs, go to /ShopClass. To build the table top, first scribe and miter cut the edging to fit the perimeter of the tabletop. Note that the edging parts are ripped from a 1 x 6. Next, attach the edging to the table top with glue and nails. Now you will create the 4 aprons for the pub table. Cut the aprons to shape and then position them flush with the top and outside faces of the leg assemblies. Attach with glue and pocket hole screws. Finally, attach the table top to the base assembly with glue and pocket hole screws. To learn how to build the table stool seats and to find detailed instructions, visit
The Haptic Tabletop Puck: Tactile Feedback for Interactive Tabletops Marquardt, N., Nacenta, M., Young, J., Carpendale, S., and Greenberg, S. and Sharlin, E. (2009) The Haptic Tabletop Puck: Tactile Feedback for Interactive Tabletops. Research report 2009-936-15, Department of Computer Science, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, August. Abstract: In everyday life, our interactions with objects on real tables include how our fingertips feel those objects. In comparison, current digital interactive tables present a uniform touch surface that feels the same, regardless of what it presents visually. In this paper, we explore how tactile interaction can be used with digital tabletop surfaces. We present a simple and inexpensive device --- the Haptic Tabletop Puck --- that incorporates dynamic, interactive haptics into tabletop interaction. We created several applications that explore tactile feedback in the area of of haptic information visualization, haptic graphical interfaces, and computer supported collaboration. In particular, we focus on how a person may interact with the friction, height, texture and malleability of digital objects.
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Tabletop Product Photography : Adjusting Lights in Product Photography Try different lighting for product photography, putting reflections or shines on the product being shot. Learn about adjusting lights in product photography on tabletops from a professional artist in this free photography video. Expert: Dan'L Terry Bio: Dan'L Terry is a nationally award-winning artist/designer. His art has been exhibited in national juried shows and museums, on the covers of books and magazines, and in feature films. Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA
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Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces Conference Recap of the cool research at the 2008 conference. www.its2009.org for more info. _____________________________________________________________ Video Credits (in order of appearance, Tabletop 2008): 1. System Design for the WeSpace: Linking Personal Devices to a Table-Centered Multi-User, Multi-Surface Environment. Jiang, H., Wigdor, D., Forlines, C., Shen, C. 2. Group Coordination and Negotiation through Spatial Proximity Regions around Mobile Devices on Augmented Tabletops, Kray C., Rohs, M., Hook, J. Kratz, S. 3. Tabletop AgilePlanner: A Tabletop-Based Project Planning Tool for Agile Software Development Teams Wang, X., Maurer, F. 4. TableTrays: Temporary, Reconfigurable Work Surfaces for Tabletop Groupware. Pinelle, D., Stach, T., Gutwin, C. 5. IntuPaint: Bridging the Gap Between Physical and Digital Painting. Vandoren, P., Laerhoven, T., Claesen, L., Taelman, J., Raymaekers, C., Reeth, F. 6. Experiences with Building a Thin Form-Factor Touch and Tangible Tabletop. Izadi, S., Butler, A., Hodges, S., West, D., Hall, M., Buxton, B., Molloy, M. 7. ShapeTouch: Leveraging Contact Shape on Interactive Surfaces, Cao, X., Wilson, A., Balakrishnan, R., Hinckley, K., Hudson, S. 8. PocketTable: Mobile Devices as Multi-Touch Controllers for Tabletop Application Development, Hafeneger, S., Weiss, M., Herkenrath, G., Borchers, J. 9. Presenting using Two-Handed Interaction in Open Space, Vlaming, L., Smit, J., Isenberg, T. 10. DepthTouch: Using Depth-Sensing Camera to Enable ...
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