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Permulin: Personal In- and Output on Interactive Surfaces

Lissermann, Roman and Huber, Jochen and Steimle, Jürgen and Mühlhäuser, Max :
Permulin: Personal In- and Output on Interactive Surfaces.
CHI '13 Interactivity ACM
[Conference or Workshop Item] , (2013)

Abstract

Interactive tables are well suited for co-located collaboration. Most prior research assumed users to share the same overall display output; a key challenge was the appropriate partitioning of screen real estate, assembling the right information “at the users’ fingertips” through simultaneous input. A different approach is followed in recent multi-view display environments: they offer personal output for each team member, yet risk to dissolve the team due to the lack of a common visual focus. Our approach combines both lines of thought, guided by the question: “What if the visible output and simultaneous input was partly shared and partly private?” We present Permulin as a concrete corresponding implementation, based on a set of novel interaction concepts that support fluid transitions between individual and group activities, coordination of group activities, and concurrent, distraction-free in-place manipulation. Study results indicate that users are able to focus on individual work on the whole surface without notable mutual interference, while at the same time establishing a strong sense of collaboration.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 2013
Creators: Lissermann, Roman and Huber, Jochen and Steimle, Jürgen and Mühlhäuser, Max
Title: Permulin: Personal In- and Output on Interactive Surfaces
Language: German
Abstract:

Interactive tables are well suited for co-located collaboration. Most prior research assumed users to share the same overall display output; a key challenge was the appropriate partitioning of screen real estate, assembling the right information “at the users’ fingertips” through simultaneous input. A different approach is followed in recent multi-view display environments: they offer personal output for each team member, yet risk to dissolve the team due to the lack of a common visual focus. Our approach combines both lines of thought, guided by the question: “What if the visible output and simultaneous input was partly shared and partly private?” We present Permulin as a concrete corresponding implementation, based on a set of novel interaction concepts that support fluid transitions between individual and group activities, coordination of group activities, and concurrent, distraction-free in-place manipulation. Study results indicate that users are able to focus on individual work on the whole surface without notable mutual interference, while at the same time establishing a strong sense of collaboration.

Title of Book: CHI '13 Interactivity
Publisher: ACM
Uncontrolled Keywords: - TI - Area Tangible Interaction;- TI: Interactive Surfaces
Divisions: Department of Computer Science
Department of Computer Science > Telecooperation
Profile Areas
Profile Areas > Cybersecurity (CYSEC)
Date Deposited: 31 Dec 2016 12:59
Identification Number: TUD-CS-2013-0051
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