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Scalable display architectures

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Abstract: Recent progress in electronic, display and sensing technologies makes possible a future with omnipresent, arbitrarily large interactive display surfaces. Nonetheless, current methods of designing display systems with multi-touch sensitivity do not scale. This talk gives an overview of the limitations of existing display systems and briefly presents the key findings of my PhD research – a platform for resolving forthcoming scalability limitations by employing a distributed architecture.

Biography: Alban Rrustemi came to Cambridge in October 2003 to read for Diploma in Computer Science. He was awarded a Microsoft Research PhD scholarship in 2004. He conducted his PhD research at the Computer Laboratory, University of Cambridge, under the supervision of Dr Simon Moore and Dr Ken Wood. Prior to joining an industrial project in early 2009, Alban has been working in a number of research projects at the Computer Laboratory and at Microsoft Research in Cambridge. Alongside, he is involved in a number of charities in the UK and abroad.

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