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By Kwok-Kee Wei, Krishnamurthy S. Raman on the task-medium fit proposition, Loren Terveen on topically related Web resources, and others Stephen Morrison on non-WIMP user interfaces

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Hinckley et al. Fig. 2. Foreground and background interaction working together in simultaneous, parallel layers (adapted from Buxton [1995]), with the point-and-shoot camera as a familiar example. communicating user intent to the computer). Many of our sensing techniques, such as switching between portrait and landscape display modes when user holds the device in a desired orientation, fit the criteria of background sensing techniques. In this example, the user has to rotate the display to see it at the new orientation anyway; detecting this and automatically changing the display format pushes the interaction into the background.

Buxton describes the familiar example of the point-and-shoot camera: the operator is responsible for the foreground activities of choosing what to photograph (point) and when to photograph it (shoot); this simple operation is made possible by a plethora of sensors that capture information in the background about the ambient light level, composition and distance to the subject, the type of film loaded, and so forth. Ishii and Ullmer [1997] offer a different view of foreground and background: they discuss graspable objects as occupying the foreground, while ambient displays of information linger in the background.

12, No. 1, March 2005. 36 • K. Hinckley et al. Fig. 3. Sensors used by our system and some context attributes available to applications. Listening Detection: Holding the device like a phone records voice memos; Portrait/Landscape Switching: The device changes the display format when the user holds it at a new orientation; TiltScroll: The user can tilt the device to scroll the contents of the display. In this discussion we illustrate a number of design issues and lessons that we learned that focus on handling foreground/background states in sensing systems, as well as the transitions between these states.

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