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The introduction and rapid acceptance of digital cameras has fundamentally changed the way people take and share images. When displaying and interacting with images in the home, people still print out the photos as if they had been taken on a film camera. Although sharing occurs on computer monitors or even on TV, the digital photo hasn't made complete circle in being represented digitally in a home environment. This research explores the display and social interaction with digital photos indoi:10.1145/1125451.1125635 dblp:conf/chi/KimZ06 fatcat:5qnwdywjgnbqrbjblooqw4rvhe