Information visualization on interactive tabletops in work vs. public settings

Petra Isenberg, Uta Hinrichs, Mark Hancock, Matthew Tobiasz, Sheelagh Carpendale

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Abstract / Description of output

Digital tabletop displays and other large interactive displays have recently become more affordable and commonplace. Due to their benefits for supporting collaborative work—when compared to current desktop-based setups—they will likely be integrated in tomorrow’s work and learning environments. In these environments the exploration of information is a common task. We describedesign considerations that focus on digital tabletop collaborative visualization environments. We focus on two types of interfaces: those for information exploration and data analysis in the context of workplaces, and those for more casual information exploration in public settings such as museums. We contrast design considerations for both environments and outline differences and commonalities between them.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCollaborative Visualization on Interactive Surfaces - CoVIS '09 Technical Report
EditorsPetra Isenberg, Michael Sedlmair, Dominikus Baur, Tobias Isenberg, Andreas Butz
PublisherUniversity of Munich
Pages28-31
Number of pages4
ISBN (Electronic)1862-5207
Publication statusPublished - 1 Apr 2010
EventWorkshop on Collaborative Visualization on Interactive Surfaces - CoVIS'09
- Atlantic City, United States
Duration: 11 Oct 200911 Oct 2009

Publication series

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ISSN (Electronic)1862-5207

Workshop

WorkshopWorkshop on Collaborative Visualization on Interactive Surfaces - CoVIS'09
Abbreviated titleCoVIS'09
Country/TerritoryUnited States
CityAtlantic City
Period11/10/0911/10/09

Keywords / Materials (for Non-textual outputs)

  • Digital tabletop displays
  • Information visuali
  • Information exploration
  • Collaboration

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