We are attending the International Conference on Computer Human Interface (CHI 2011) at Vancouver. We are demonstrating our iChameleon software framework that supports the rapid development of multi-modal interfaces. Using our software, one can easily link up a wide variety of gadgets and devices to control programs running in computers. For example, one can use Nintendo WiiMotes, Apple iPhones, verbal commands, hand gestures, eye tracking devices, multi-touch tables, etc., to control Paint, Google Earth, Bing Maps, robots, or any other program running in a computer.
Many people have visited our booth. Our two students, who did the bulk of the work, have also done an excellent job demonstrating the system. CHI is a huge conference attended by 2,500+ people. There are fascinating inventions, researches, and case studies that inspire. A wonderful experience.
Can you find the iChameleon? It is the green lizard near the bottom of the first photograph.