Multi-User Interaction on Media Facades through Live Video on Mobile Devices

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Multi-User Interaction on Media Facades through Live Video on Mobile Devices. / Boring, Sebastian; Gehring, Sven; Wiethoff, Alexander; Blöckner, Magdalena; Schöning, Johannes; Butz, Andreas.

2011.

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Harvard

Boring, S, Gehring, S, Wiethoff, A, Blöckner, M, Schöning, J & Butz, A 2011, 'Multi-User Interaction on Media Facades through Live Video on Mobile Devices'.

APA

Boring, S., Gehring, S., Wiethoff, A., Blöckner, M., Schöning, J., & Butz, A. (2011). Multi-User Interaction on Media Facades through Live Video on Mobile Devices.

Vancouver

Boring S, Gehring S, Wiethoff A, Blöckner M, Schöning J, Butz A. Multi-User Interaction on Media Facades through Live Video on Mobile Devices. 2011.

Author

Boring, Sebastian ; Gehring, Sven ; Wiethoff, Alexander ; Blöckner, Magdalena ; Schöning, Johannes ; Butz, Andreas. / Multi-User Interaction on Media Facades through Live Video on Mobile Devices. 4 p.

Bibtex

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abstract = "The increasing number of media facades in urban spaces offers great potential for new forms of interaction – especially for collaborative multi-user scenarios. In this paper, we present a way to directly interact with them through live video on mobile devices. We extend the Touch Projector interface to accommodate multiple users by showing indi-vidual content on the mobile display that would otherwise clutter the facade’s canvas or distract other users. To demonstrate our concept, we built two collaborative multi-user applications: (1) painting on the facade and (2) solving a 15-puzzle. We gathered informal feedback during the ARS Electronica Festival in Linz, Austria and found that our interaction technique is (1) considered easy-to-learn, but (2) may leave users unaware of the actions of others.",
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AU - Butz, Andreas

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