Calendar applications for small handheld devices such as PDAs are growing in popularity.
This led us to develop DateLens, a novel calendar interface that supports not only PDAs,
but a range of devices, from desktop computers to Tablet PCs. It supports users in
performing planning and analysis tasks by using a fisheye representation of dates coupled
with compact overviews, user control over the visible timer period, and integrated search.
This enables users to see overviews, easily navigate the calendar structure, and
discover patterns and outliers. Moreover, DateLens takes advantage of each device, running
quickly on PDAs and supporting ink on Tablet PCs.
Note: We are not
currently supporting or adding new features to DateLens
For more information or comments, contact
Prof. Ben Bederson