Poster

Visual Programming for Animation in User Interfaces

Dan Vodislav  

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  Keywords
Visual Programming   Direct Manipulation   Animation   User Interfaces  

 Abstract

We present the visual programming features of the HandMove system, which creates independent animated elements to be integrated in user interfaces constructed with a classical interface builder. Its underlying model is based on path-oriented animation, driven by time signals, application values or user input and supports advanced features such as position/attribute constraints and event-based synchronisation. HandMove exclusively uses interactive animation specification and defines a concise but meaningful visual representation of animation.

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