Human-Computer Interaction on Tabletops
Keywords:Tabletop interaction, Multiuser interaction
AbstractThe most common working situation is standing or sitting at a table, and performing daily business work. Although this situation is very intuitive to the user, a computer support can hardly be found in this area, mainly because of missing or inadequate human-computer interfaces that do not meet the expected requirements of the user. However, ongoing research in this particular field of human-computer interaction addresses this problem. The following paper shows an exemplaric research progress and gives and outlook on future research.
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