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Gestural Input on a Desk-Sized Display

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I shall describe my work this year in extending Mark Ashdown’s Escritoire, the desk-sized projected display in the Rainbow Room. It presents electronic documents as life-sized sheets of virtual paper and uses stylus input.

I aimed to extend the Escritoire to address many of the problems associated with reading from multiple electronic source documents. I will discuss the problem of recognising hand gestures on a projected display, and describe how hand gestures can be used to organise and navigate virtual paper documents.

This talk is part of the Rainbow Interaction Seminars series.

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