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T3: A toolkit for highresolution tabletop interfaces

By Philip Tuddenham and Peter Robinson


Most multi-person tabletop interfaces use a single projector to create a table-sized display. The resulting low display resolution prohibits many interesting applications, such as collaborative reviewing of text documents. T3 is a novel Java toolkit that uses multiple projectors and blending to create a seamless highresolution tabletop interface. It allows objects to be positioned and oriented in a single large coordinate space and handles multiperson input event streams. T3 allows researchers to create prototype multi-person tabletop applications quickly, and enables experimentation with a new range of tabletop applications that previously have been very difficult to create

Topics: Categories and Subject Descriptors H.5.3 [Information Interfaces and Presentation, Group and Organization Interfaces – Computer-supported cooperative work General Terms Design, Experimentation, Human Factors Keywords High-resolution multi-projector tabletop toolkit
Year: 2006
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