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Supporting the Mobile Nomadic User through Projected User Interfaces

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To maintain a mobile form factor, the screen size of mobile devices can only increase so much. Mobile projectors offer an alternative as they allow the creation of large displays from tiny devices, which can be made interactive through various sensing technologies. Different to other research on mobile projection systems, this talk will focus on the requirements and technical challenges of supporting mobile users in their everyday life and in uninstrumented environments. By looking at several example projects dealing with awareness, collaboration, and multi-modal interaction in nomadic scenarios it will become clear that users do not only benefit from the larger size of the projection as often times marketed but even more from the flexibility and unique affordances of the additional display. The talk will close with a discussion on the future of mobile projected interfaces in the light of the current trend of smart eyewear.

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