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EnhancedTable: Augmented Table for Small Meeting



This paper describes our design and implementation of an augmented table system for face-to-face meetings. The system was designed to be used by multiple users in the ubiquitous environment, where people do not need to bring their laptop PCs. With effective use of the advantage of computer vision, we implemented the concept of ubiquitous desktop as personal workspace and virtual Chinese table as shared workspace. User can share/personalize files by drag-and-dropping icons to/from the shared workspace. The system also provides capabilities for interactive image capturing and finger position sharing, both of which would be useful for the meetings.

 

  1. Hideki Koike, Shinichiro Nagashima, Yasuto Nakanishi, Yoichi Sato, EnhancedTable: Supporting small meeting in ubiquitous and qugmented environment, Advances in Multimedia Information Processing (Proc. 5th Pacific Rim Conf. on Multimedia (PCM 2004)), Springer, pp.97-104, 2004.


  2. Hideki Koike, Shinichiro Nagashima, Yasuto Nakanishi, Yoichi Sato, EnhancedTable: an augmented table system for Supporting face-to-face meeting in ubiquitous environment, Ubiquitous Computing Systems (Proc. on 2nd Int’l Symp. on Ubiquitous Computing Systems (UCS2004)), Springer, pp.117-130, 2004.

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