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Palm Interface: a display personally to show information in public spaces, by using image processing

In this paper, we describe a system that allows a user to read information personally in public spaces without wearing any hardware devices. This paper presents the interface system ”InfoSnow”, which displays information on the palm of the user’s hand. This interface employs a snow fall metaphor to induce the user’s action to catch snowflakes of information, so that information display is focused on the user. 


Yoko Ishii, Minoru Kobayashi, Mutsuhiro Nakashige, Hideki Koike, Palm Interface: a display personally to show information in public spaces, by using image processing, Proc. on Workshop on designing multi-touch interaction techniques for coupled public and private displays (PPD'08), 2008.

Yoko Ishii, Minoru Kobayashi, Mutsuhiro Nakashige, Hideki Koike, Palm Interface: A display personally to show information in public spaces by using image processing, Journal of IPSJ, Vol.49, No.7, pp.2528-2538, 2008. (in Japanese)

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