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Information Layout and Interaction Techniques on an Augmented Round Table


Round tabletop display systems are currently being promoted, but the optimal ways to use these systems to display a large amount of information or how to interact with them have not been considered. This paper describes information presentation and interaction technique for a large number of files on a round tabletop display system. Three layouts are explored on our augmented table system: sequential layout, classification layout, and spiral layout. Users can search and find files by virtually rotating the circular display using a “hands-on” technique.

 

 

  1. Shintaro Kajiwara, Hideki Koike, Information Layout and Interaction Techniques on an Augmented Round Table, IEEE Int’l Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI 2005), Tenth IEEE Int’l Conf. on Computer Vision (ICCV 2005),pp.141-149, 2005.


  2. Hideki Koike, Shintaro Kajiwara, Kentaro Fukuchi, Yoichi Sato, Information Layout and Interaction on Virtual and Real Rotary Tables, The 2nd IEEE Tabletop Workshop (TABLETOP 2007), 2007.

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