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Title: Cross-Surface: Challenges and Opportunities of Spatial and Proxemic Interaction
Authors: Houben, Steven
Vermeulen, Jo
Klokmose, Clemens
Schöning, Johannes
Marquardt, Nicolai
Reiterer, Harald
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: ACM
Citation: Proceedings of the International Conference on Interactive Surfaces and Spaces ISS 2016, ACM,
Status: In Press
Abstract: In this workshop, we will review and discuss open issues, technical challenges and conceptual models for multi-device spatial or proxemic interaction. We aim to bring together researchers, students and practitioners working on technical infrastructures, studies and designs of spatial interfaces, or domain specific multi-device applications that use space as a unit of analysis. We focus specifically on analysing how such interfaces, tools and tracking technology can be deployed “in the wild”. The workshop will facilitate knowledge exchange about the current state of spatial and proxemic interactive systems, identify application domains and enabling technologies for cross-surface interactions in the wild, and establish a research community to develop effective strategies for successful design of cross-device interactions.
Notes: Houben, S (reprint author), UCL, Interact Ctr, ICRI Cities, London, England. s.houben@ucl.ac.uk; johannes.schoening@uhasselt.be; jo.vermeulen@ucalgary.ca; n.marquardt@ucl.ac.uk; clemens@cs.au.dk; harald.reiterer@uni-konstanz.de
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1942/22532
DOI: 10.1145/2992154.2996360
ISI #: 000390297200075
ISBN: 9781450342483
Category: C1
Type: Proceedings Paper
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