inSpace

The inSpace project is an interdisciplinary collaboration with Steelcase. The project brings together researchers with experience ranging from human-computer interaction, interaction design, software development, industrial design, furniture and interior design, and architecture. A central goal in this research partnership is to understand how these different layers should be co-designed.

Our current space includes a number of technical artifacts that work together to support collaboration, including a table with integrated sensing and ambient feedback, a shared wall display supporting multiple simultaneous users, and a collection of storage and infrastructure services for communication, wused in the space.

Publications:

  1. Derek Reilly, Anthony Tang, Andy Wu, Andy Echenique, Jonathan Massey, Niels Mathiasen, Ali Mazalek, and W. Keith Edwards. “  href="http:// www.cc.gatech.edu/~keith/pubs/oui2011-­organic.pdf">Organic UIs and Cross-Reality Spaces.” 2nd International Workshop on Organic User Interfaces (OUI 2011), at TEI 2011, Madeira, Portugal. January 23-26, 2011.

  2. D.F. Reilly, H. Rouzati, A. Wu, J.Y. Hwang, J. Brudvik, and W.K. Edwards, “TwinSpace: An Infrastructure for Cross-Reality Team Spaces.” In Proceedings of the 23rd ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST), New York, NY. October 3-6, 2010.

  3. D. Reilly, S. Voida, M. McKeon, C. A. Le Dantec, P. Verma, C. Forslund, W. K. Edwards, E. D. Mynatt, and A. Mazalek. “Space Matters: Physical-Digital and Physical-Virtual Co-Design in the InSpace Project.IEEE Pervasive Computing, Volume 9, Number 3 (July-September 2010).

  4. Stephen Voida, Elizabeth D. Mynatt, and W. Keith Edwards. “Re-framing the Desktop Interface Around the Activities of Knowledge Work” In Proceedings of the 21st ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology (UIST 2008). Monterey, CA. October 19–22, 2008.

  5. Aras Bilgen and W. Keith Edwards. “inSpace Projector: An Accessible Display System for Meeting Environments,” In, Workshop on Usable Ubiquitous Computing in Next Generation Meeting Rooms: Design, Architecture, and Evaluation. Ubicomp Conference, September, 2006.

  6. Matt McKeon. “The inSpace Table: Weaving Social Space Dynamics into the Design of Augmented Conference Rooms,” In, Workshop on Usable Ubiquitous Computing in Next Generation Meeting Rooms: Design, Architecture, and Evaluation. Ubicomp Conference, September, 2006.