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C-Slate: A Multi-Touch and Object Recognition System for Remote Collaboration using Horizontal Surfaces

Shahram Izadi, Ankur Agarwal, Antonio Criminisi, John Winn, Andrew Blake, Andrew Fitzgibbon
2007 Second Annual IEEE International Workshop on Horizontal Interactive Human-Computer Systems (TABLETOP'07)  
We introduce C-Slate, a new vision-based system, which utilizes stereo cameras above a commercially available tablet technology to support remote collaboration.  ...  The horizontally mounted tablet provides the user with high resolution stylus input, which is augmented by multi-touch interaction and recognition of untagged everyday physical objects using new stereo  ...  Acknowledgements We thank Andy Wilson, Abigail Sellen, Bill Buxton and Dave Kirk for all their inspiration and feedback. References  ... 
doi:10.1109/tabletop.2007.34 dblp:conf/tabletop/IzadiACWBF07 fatcat:gr42o2jg6jcj7esusoj6alpa7y

High Precision Multi-touch Sensing on Surfaces using Overhead Cameras

Ankur Agarwal, Shahram Izadi, Manmohan Chandraker, Andrew Blake
2007 Second Annual IEEE International Workshop on Horizontal Interactive Human-Computer Systems (TABLETOP'07)  
We provide a quantitative evaluation of the method and demonstrate its use for gesture based interactions with ordinary tablet displays, both in single user and remote collaboration scenarios.  ...  We present a method to enable multi-touch interactions on an arbitrary flat surface using a pair of cameras mounted above the surface.  ...  The complete system is called the Collaborative Slate (C-Slate) and is described in [8] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/tabletop.2007.29 dblp:conf/tabletop/AgarwalICB07 fatcat:52ycdleoffg4xj5qbo5oeqi66a


Daniel Avrahami, Jacob O. Wobbrock, Shahram Izadi
2011 Proceedings of the 24th annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology - UIST '11  
We present Portico, a portable system for enabling tangible interaction on and around tablet computers.  ...  We describe the design of our system and present a number of applications that demonstrate Portico's unique capability to track objects.  ...  Wobbrock, and Malcolm Greenstein.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2047196.2047241 dblp:conf/uist/AvrahamiWI11 fatcat:me4stfjilbdubgllklfd4conwy

Manipulation in Human Environments

Aaron Edsinger, Charles Kemp
2006 2006 6th IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots  
Everyday objects exhibit common, task-relevant features that reduce the cognitive load required for the object's use.  ...  Human environments are typically populated by people, and a robot can rely on the guidance and assistance of a human collaborator.  ...  People exhibit a similar behavior when placing an object on a surface in the dark. They will often first reach out and touch the surface.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ichr.2006.321370 dblp:conf/humanoids/EdsingerK06 fatcat:i5tunfqrrfdenh6k2vos5mhsby

Supporting Reflection and Classroom Orchestration with Tangible Tabletops

Lenh Hung Son Do
My first, and most earnest, acknowledgment must go to my supervisors Pierre Dillenbourg and Patrick Jermann.  ...  Among various other things, their knowledge and advices, their reasoning, creativity, presentation and discussion skills have constantly motivated me to improve my capabilities, in and outside the lab.  ...  The C-Slate system (Izadi et al., 2007) uses a horizontally mounted tablet that can recognize high resolution stylus input to support annotation.  ... 
doi:10.5075/epfl-thesis-5313 fatcat:t4bmolkexrhazl3rlbrqwcxvhi

»You will Shape the Digital Society with Your Knowledge – Make It Happen!« : Conference on Communications – A Common Playground for Social and Telecommunications Scientists ; 2010, May 26th – 28th [article]

Bernd Eylert
Höflich Living in a Mediated World.  ...  The Workings of Sociology and Computer Science in Communications Technologies Research Laboratories Bernd Wiemann Future Challenges for the Telecommunication Industry Regarding the International Delphi  ...  Analysis Sharing data is already standard and will become more important. Better possibilities for personalization are desired. Identification with the device is a key parameter.  ... 
doi:10.15771/978-3-936527-23-0 fatcat:xfzi3mbwk5etbhjfhqr4ceawre