Category Archives: Undergrad thesis

Contains blog posts relevant to my undergraduate thesis project.

How many ways can you use Google Earth?

What can Google Earth tell us about interface navigation design? Today, I’ve covered several basic navigational methods within Google Earth. It is a free software that allows you explore the earth and view satellite images, maps, terrain, etc of just about anywhere in the world.  Google Earth is available for PC/Mac and iPhone/iPod Touch. I […]
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Wintersession update

Here are a few things I’ve done for my thesis project so far this Wintersession: – Test a GlovePIE script to control Google Earth with a Wiimote. – Research other ways of using Google Earth with the Wiimote. Google at Macworld had a program that allowed you to “surf” in Google Earth using a Wii […]
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WiiPaint site live!

The WiiPaint project website is now up and running :)  Please take a look and feel free to email me with any questions or feedback.
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WiiPaint website under construction

The website for WiiPaint: Gesture recognition and interface design in a collaborative artistic application is now up! I’m still filling it in with information so right now the links don’t work and/or are blank, but check back in a week or so and it should be complete!  I have to say, I’m quite proud of […]
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What’s in the future?

As the semester is drawing to a close and the feedback from the WiiPaint studies is keeping plenty of brain cells fed and happy, I had the chance today to talk with my advisors about the direction this thesis project is going next semester. The default path was creating WiiPaint 2, which I had been […]
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