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Phorigami: Visualization of Digital Photo Collections by Origami Arts

Abstract : Issues about navigation of large photo collections have been studied for years. Associated interfaces tend to provide a single usage to deal with all kinds of photos and an integrated interface is rarely addressed. As the everyman photo collection consists of photos of various contexts, we advocate browsing different types of photos by different interaction techniques and presentation models. We present Phorigami, a photo browser based on proposed metacategorization to enable searching by browsing. We describe the mapping between the six categories and the origami arts in terms of examining paper models with different levels of folding and the potential benefits for end-user experience is discussed in the end.
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S. Shuo Hsu, Pierre Cubaud. Phorigami: Visualization of Digital Photo Collections by Origami Arts. DeSForM'09, the fifth International Workshop of Design and Semantics of Form and Movement, Taipei, Taiwan, Jan 2009, X, France. pp.135-143. ⟨hal-01125748⟩



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