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Interacting in Multi-Display Environments

By Sebastian Boring


Abstract. With the introduction of mobile devices as well as large public displays, we are surrounded by multiple displays at any time during the day. In addition, interacting with displayed information on one screen at a time is very common. The interaction between multiple displays simultaneously is rather difficult due to reachability, hard-to-use techniques or limited input capabilities. In my work I will investigate and propose new techniques that allow copying, moving or manipulating information across multiple displays. In addition, I will explore ways to allow remote control of (partially) unreachable displays.

Year: 2011
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