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Making public displays interactive everywhere
March-April 2013 (vol. 33 no. 2)
pp. 28-36
As the number of large public displays increases, the need for interaction techniques to control them is emerging. One promising way to provide such interaction is through personal mobile devices. However, although much research has covered this topic, it hasn't yet brought those technologies fully into the public that is, by allowing for interactions in a variety of public spaces. A proposed tracking technology has led to several prototype applications that employ mobile devices to interact with large public displays. In turn, these prototypes have led to an overarching interaction concept that allows for public deployment regardless of the space's characteristics (for example, layout and technologies).
Index Terms:
Geophysical measurement techniques,Interactive systems,User interfaces,User centered design,Urban areas,Mobile communication,Displays,Haptic interfaces,universal use,Geophysical measurement techniques,Interactive systems,User interfaces,User centered design,Urban areas,Mobile communication,Displays,Haptic interfaces,interacting through the display,Geophysical measurement techniques,Interactive systems,User interfaces,User centered design,Urban areas,Mobile communication,Displays,Haptic interfaces,computer graphics,public displays,optical tracking,mobile devices,projection,touch,multiuser,media facades
Citation:
S. Boring, D. Baur, "Making public displays interactive everywhere," IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, vol. 33, no. 2, pp. 28-36, March-April 2013, doi:10.1109/MCG.2012.127
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