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Informed Browsing: Scaling Up Co-Experienced Access to Digital Media

By Otmar Hilliges


Recent progress in the field of multi-touch interactive surfaces makes it imaginable that our daily environments will become interactive and acquire new functionalities provided by computing capabilities. For example, walls, doors and tables could double as displays and accept input. The spatial and social affordances of tables predestine them for sharing media artifacts with friends and family. Interactive tables are subject to different design constraints than conventional interfaces. In this paper I present individual interfaces as primary interaction style for tabletop multimedia applications. Furthermore, I present the concept of informed browsing as a mean to deal with large amounts of data in this context

Year: 2007
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