Touch to play - Exploring touch-based mobile interaction with public displays

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Touch to play - Exploring touch-based mobile interaction with public displays. / Broll, Gregor; Graebsch, Roman; Scherr, Maximilian; Boring, Sebastian; Holleis, Paul; Wagner, Matthias.

Proceedings - 3rd International Workshop on Near Field Communication, NFC 2011. 2011. p. 15-20 12.

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Broll, G, Graebsch, R, Scherr, M, Boring, S, Holleis, P & Wagner, M 2011, Touch to play - Exploring touch-based mobile interaction with public displays. in Proceedings - 3rd International Workshop on Near Field Communication, NFC 2011., 12, pp. 15-20, 3rd International Workshop on Near Field Communication, NFC 2011, Hagenberg, Austria, 22/02/2011. https://doi.org/10.1109/NFC.2011.20

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Broll, G., Graebsch, R., Scherr, M., Boring, S., Holleis, P., & Wagner, M. (2011). Touch to play - Exploring touch-based mobile interaction with public displays. In Proceedings - 3rd International Workshop on Near Field Communication, NFC 2011 (pp. 15-20). [12] https://doi.org/10.1109/NFC.2011.20

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Broll G, Graebsch R, Scherr M, Boring S, Holleis P, Wagner M. Touch to play - Exploring touch-based mobile interaction with public displays. In Proceedings - 3rd International Workshop on Near Field Communication, NFC 2011. 2011. p. 15-20. 12 https://doi.org/10.1109/NFC.2011.20

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Broll, Gregor ; Graebsch, Roman ; Scherr, Maximilian ; Boring, Sebastian ; Holleis, Paul ; Wagner, Matthias. / Touch to play - Exploring touch-based mobile interaction with public displays. Proceedings - 3rd International Workshop on Near Field Communication, NFC 2011. 2011. pp. 15-20

Bibtex

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