Applications can use your data from interactions and behavior to create new experiences for you. They can personalize how you interact with computers, support peer collaborations, and help you understand yourself.
Our HCI systems research group develops these ideas into applications for anyone to try. See the students who contributed; Brown University students can learn more and get involved.
- Sketchy + filtered.ink creating and remixing vector-based illustrations
previously: EasyPZ for pan and zoom and SSVG for faster rendering of SVGs
- Sochiatrist extracting + understanding social messaging for mental health
- WebGazer self-calibrating online webcam eye tracking
- Self-E computationally-guided self-experimentation
- Portal-ble touchable mixed reality through your phone
- Drafty public open data platform, with our computer science open data
- SleepCoacher mobile sleep advisor and long-term sleep regularity analyses
- irchiver your full-resolution personal web archive and search
previously: Rewind for revisiting your personal location archive in the physical world
- Cheeseburger Therapy CBT-based online peer support, a collaboration with the Cheese team
- Chime emoji-based social mood tracker
- Remotion understanding micro-interactions to support usability
previously: live typing (keystroke-level), Dark (touch and pan), and unit control (in StarCraft)
- UX Factor peer review and evaluation of UX designs
Every project is active as we intend to work on them for a long time. Please check them out, and sign up for project updates.