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-[{{media:​hcmi:​180px-BlockStructures.png|thumbnail|Example structures that could be used for a block stacking task.  The bottom row has extremely difficult structures that likely require multiple manipulators. }}]+[{{media:​hcmi:​180px-BlockStructures.png|Example structures that could be used for a block stacking task.  The bottom row has extremely difficult structures that likely require multiple manipulators. }}]
 We use a challenging block stacking task to evaluate affordance annotations. ​ The user must stack six wooden blocks in several different structures, including towers, pyramids, and arches. We use a challenging block stacking task to evaluate affordance annotations. ​ The user must stack six wooden blocks in several different structures, including towers, pyramids, and arches.
 The image to the right shows some sample structures, increasing in difficulty from left to right, top to bottom. The image to the right shows some sample structures, increasing in difficulty from left to right, top to bottom.
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 Video notes: This is a rough prototype of the affordance annotations interface as described. <br> Video notes: This is a rough prototype of the affordance annotations interface as described. <br>
-[{{media:​hcmi:​180px-AffordanceAnnotationsThumbnail.png|link=http://​tanglefoot.cs.byu.edu/​~ecliptix/​videos/​AAprototype.mp4}}]+[{{media:​hcmi:​180px-AffordanceAnnotationsThumbnail.png}}]
  
 The environment has two wooden blocks, and the goal is to stack one block on top of another. The environment has two wooden blocks, and the goal is to stack one block on top of another.
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