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  Video Overview of Creo, Miro and Adeo
  Screen Shots Creo records interactions with a Web site
    Miro associates the context of a Web page with the user's high-level goals
    Adeo streamlines browsing the Web on mobile devices, allowing users to complete actions with a minimal amount of input and output
       
  Videos Recording a simple procedure on the Web
    Recording a procedure on the Web with generalized input
    Debugging a recording
    Sharing a recording
    Dynamically generated contextual help
  Screen Shots Creo's Player tab acts as a favorites list for actions
    Ready to start recording
    Recording the user's actions
    Recording complete
    Creo automatically generalizes the input to a recording
    Stepping through a recording
    Sharing a recording
       
  Videos Activating recordings based on a Web page's context
    Semantic searches
    Weighted semantic searches
    Learning new knowledge from the user
    Learning new knowledge by reading the Web
  Screen Shots Miro activates recordings based on the page's context
    Miro re-ranks semantic searches based on what the user is currently viewing
    Miro learns a new piece of knowledge from the user
    Miro learns a new piece of knowledge by reading the Web
       
  Videos Invoking procedures on the Web from a mobile device
    Semantic searches on a mobile device
  Screen Shots Adeo's client/server system architecture
    Adeo brings the functionality of Creo's Player tab to a mobile device
    Adeo brings the functionality of Miro's semantic search to a mobile device
    The user invokes a multi-step procedure with a single click
    Using Adeo to check the balance of a bank account
       
  Documentation Masters Thesis (288 pages)
    CHI 06 Paper (10 pages)
    Appendix C: Source Code and Documentation for Creo, Miro and Adeo
  Source Code Please contact us:
      Source code for Creo, Miro and Adeo is currently only available to Media Lab corporate sponsors. If you are a Media Lab corporate sponsor, and are interested in a copy of the source code, please email
       
 

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