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Distributed interactive surfaces using tangible and virtual objects

Abstract : After having outlined the uses of new technologies such as Smartphones, touchscreen tablets and laptops, in this paper we present the TangiSense interactive table, equipped with RFID technology tagged on tangible objects, as new paradigm of interaction for ambient intelligence. We propose two strategies for the distribution of interfaces integrated on the table in the framework of collective work. A case study centered on crisis management units, i.e. a collaborative situation, with multiple actors who are geographically separate, makes it possible to illustrate possible distributed uses and the TangiSense’s capacities. To finish, the article presents the directions under consideration for our future research.
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Sophie Lepreux, Sébastien Kubicki, Christophe Kolski, Jean Caelen. Distributed interactive surfaces using tangible and virtual objects. Proceedings Workshop DUI'2011 "Distributed User Interfaces", at CHI'2011, May 2011, Vancouver, Canada. pp.65-68. ⟨hal-03428873⟩

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