27 April 2006
14:30 - 16:00

Interacting with Large Surfaces

Paper Precise Selection Techniques for Multi-Touch Screens
Our novel interaction techniques, called Dual Finger Selections, enable pixel-accurate selections on multi-touch screens. Our user study confirmed their low error rate performance and resilience to varying input noise.
Hrvoje Benko
Andrew D. Wilson
Patrick Baudisch

Paper TeamTag: Exploring Centralized versus Replicated Controls for Co-located Tabletop Groupware
We describe an experiment comparing two alternative widget layout schemes for a collaborative tabletop interface. We discuss the benefits and drawbacks of each design based on our experimental results.
Meredith Morris
Andreas Paepcke
Terry Winograd

Paper Keepin' It Real: Pushing the Desktop Metaphor with Physics, Piles and the Pen
Contributes interaction and visualization techniques for a new physically realistic pen-based desktop using piles and casual object organization. Benefits to designers of pen-centric interfaces.
Anand Agarawala
Ravin Balakrishnan

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