Bernhard Anzengruber, Michael Haslgrübler-Huemer, Alois Ferscha,
"Engaging Interactions with Public Multi-Display Systems: Immersive Assessment"
, in L. Lischke, J. Grüninger, K. Klouche, A. Schmidt, P. Slusallek, G. Jacucci: Workshop on Interaction on Large Displays (In conjunction with ITS 2015), hcilab.org, Stuttgart, 11-2015
Engaging Interactions with Public Multi-Display Systems: Immersive Assessment
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Workshop on Interaction on Large Displays (In conjunction with ITS 2015)
This paper discusses multi-display ensembles of networked, human size, digital display units, with coordinated content presentation across spatially collocated screens, as a novel approach to engage passers-by in an immersive manner. We build on notions of immersion (tactical, strategic, nar- rative and spatial) to identify content types for public multi- displays, that appear potentially effective to stimulate and maintain ad-hoc interaction engagements. A first multi- display ensemble prototype has been built, and content bodies involving (i) giga-pixel photography, (ii) 3D geometric scenes, and (iii) reading corpora have been created and investigated.