Gary Perelman

PhD Student, ELIPSE group - IRIT
LRA - Berger-Levrault

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About

I am a PhD student in the Elipse team at the Research Institute in Computer Science of Toulouse (IRIT), in France. My thesis, financed by a CIFRE grant, is co-supervised by the Berger-Levrault company. I received my engineer diploma at EPITA (2013) and i'm specialized in Cognitive Science and Advanced Computing.

PhD subject

My work focuses on the conception, development and evaluation of fluid interaction techniques for multidimensional environments. More precisely, on the improvement of public services software though advanced and novel interaction techniques.
I'm currently working in collaboration with town councils of small and medium-sized communities on the conception of novel interaction techniques to facilitate the usage of spreadsheets in mobile contexts.

Work

DECO: A Design Space for Device Composition

We present a design space for device composition (DECO), which focuses on the physical aspects of the composition.
This design space is built around two main axes, namely Physical arrangement, which describes how elements are physically combined, and Physical manipulation, which describes how users manipulate each element.
Using DECO, we designed a new compound device: RPM2 which is based on the composition of a regular mouse with the Roly-Poly Mouse.

Gary Perelman, Marcos Serrano, Mathieu Raynal, Celia Picard, Mustapha Derras and Emmanuel Dubois. In Proceedings of DIS'16, June 04-08, 2016, Brisbane, Australia. ACM, pages 435-446. 

The Roly-Poly Mouse: Designing a Rolling Input Device Unifying 2D and 3D Interaction

We designed and evaluated the Roly-Poly Mouse (RPM), a rolling input device that combines the advantages of the mouse (position displacement) and of 3D devices (roll and rotation) to unify 2D and 3D interaction. We showed that RPM performs 31% faster than the SpaceMouse (a commercial 3D device) for 3D pointing and equivalently for 3D rotation. We also proposed a proof-of-concept integrated prototype.

Gary Perelman, Marcos Serrano, Mathieu Raynal, Celia Picard, Mustapha Derras and Emmanuel Dubois. In Proceedings of CHI'15, April 18, Seoul, Republic of Korea. ACM, pages 327-336.   

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