A Lightweight Metaphor for Fast Object Transfer on Interactive Surfaces


What is a Dynamic Portal?

A Dynamic Portal is a lightweight interaction technique that allows users to exchange objects while preserving their spatial arrangement. Furthermore, objects are inherently aligned to the recipient’s workspace. Our technique involves a low interaction overhead, making it suitable for frequent use on tabletops. Additional the portals can be used as zoomable viewport and shared workspace.

Dynamic Portals are published at ITS 2011 where we received the award for the best note at this conference.

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The Team

Dynamic Portals is a research project by Malte Weiss, Simon Voelker, Chat Wacharamanotham, and Jan Borchers from the Media Computing Group. It is funded in part through the German B-IT Foundation.

Publications

2011

Simon Voelker, Malte Weiss, Chat Wacharamanotham, and Jan Borchers. Dynamic Portals: A Lightweight Metaphor for Fast Object Transfer on Interactive Surfaces. In ITS '11: Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces, pages 158–161, New York, NY, USA, 2011. ACM Press. ITS 2011 Best Note Award, PDF Document BibTeX Entry.


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