Human Computer Interaction

Human Computer Interaction (HCI) focuses on how people use technology and how it affects their lives, with a goal of designing the best possible digital tools for human users. At Adobe Research, HCI scientists are inventing new ways to help users learn to use technologies to become more efficient and thoughtful creators, tools to empower people to collaborate on artistic projects, and novel approaches to building creative communities online. This work spans a range of areas at Adobe, including design, photography, video, art, VR and AR, and more. 

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Joel Brandt

Principal Scientist

Zeyu Jin

Research Scientist

Cuong Nguyen

Research Scientist

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StreamSketch: Exploring Multi-Modal Interactions in Creative Live Streams

Lu, Z., Habib, R., Wei, L., Dontcheva, M., Karahalios, K., Wei, L. (Oct. 23, 2021)

CSCW 2021

Understanding Conversational and Expressive Style in a Multimodal Embodied Conversational Agent

Aneja, D., Hoegen, R., McDuff, D., Czerwinski, M. (May. 12, 2021)

ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI)

Beyond Show of Hands: Engaging Viewers via Expressive and Scalable Visual Communication in Live Streaming

Chung, J., Shin, H., Xia, H., Wei, L., Habib, R. (May. 8, 2021)

CHI 2021

Live Videos with Interactive Graphics

As live-streaming increases in popularity, an Adobe Research team is exploring how to enhance these real-time presentations with interactive graphics to create a powerful new storytelling environment. Our intuitive user interface could open up this kind of presentation to a much wider range of people.

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