|We are interested in exploring the implications of adding context information to documents on the World Wide Web. Context can be such things as location, people, or events. Even if we assume the networking and infrastructure for such a system will be created, there is a wide range of research to be done to support interacting with such an environment. Our interest is focused on people with 3D wearable computers, who will view the documents situated in place in the world.
Rob Kooper and Blair MacIntyre. "Browsing the Real-World Wide Web: Maintaining Awareness of Virtual Information in an AR Information Space." To appear in the International Journal of HCI. [details]
Kooper, Rob and MacIntyre, Blair. "An Interface for a Continuously Available, General Purpose, Spatialized Information Space." In HCI International, New Orleans, LA, August 5-10, 2001. [details]
Kooper, Rob and MacIntyre, Blair. "The Real-World Wide Web Browser: An Interface for a Continuously Available, General Purpose, Spatialized Information Space." In International Symposium on Mixed Reality, Yokohama, Japan, March 14-15, 2001. (Presented as a poster.)