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Tabletop displays to support review meetings

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The literature abounds with large tabletop display projects for a diverse range of applications, from planning room layouts to sorting photos. However, surprisingly few projects have aimed to support reading and discussing draft documents, which is an important daily task for many workers.

In this talk I will begin with an overview of my research interest in this area and outline the contributions I aim to make: a large high-resolution tabletop display; a supporting toolkit for mixed presence collaboration; and a “virtual paper” interface to support reading and mixed presence review meetings.

I will then talk further about a recent technique by Hereld and Stevens, which aims to solve the problem of displaying small crisp text on a multiprojector display. I have improved its visual performance, created a fast implementation and found that users prefer it over conventional techniques.

This talk is part of the Rainbow Interaction Seminars series.

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