Personalized Interaction with Multiple Items on Interactive Surfaces

Current interactive surfaces do not support user identifi cation. Hence, personalized applications that consider user-specifi c access control are not possible. Diverse approaches for identifying and distinguishing users have been investigated in previous research. Token-based approaches – e.g., which utilize the user’s mobile phone – are especially promising, as they also allow for consideration of the user’s personal...

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R&D Project with Museum Angerlehner

In September 2013, the privately run Museum Angerlehner in Thalheim near Wels opened its doors. It contains an exhibition area of more than 2,000 square meters as well as a 50-meter long viewable depot with a hanging area of 6,000 square metres which offers insights into the diversity of the collection. In an R&D project, which started in October 2013, our goal is to develop an innovative art education concept for mobile devices together...

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Art Education Concept for Mobile Devices

In this project, an innovative art education concept for mobile devices – in particular smartphones and tablet computers – will be developed for the recently opened and privately held Museum Angerlehner. On an exhibition area of more than 2,000 square meters and a 50-meter long viewable depot with a hanging area of 6,000 square meters, a collection of contemporary art with thousands of paintings, sketches, photographs and sculptures...

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Full Paper Accepted for the 12th International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia (MUM 2013)

We got a full paper with the title MobiZone: Personalized Interaction with Multiple Items on Interactive Surfaces accepted for the 12th International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia (MUM 2013). It has been written in cooperation with the Research Group Human-Computer-Interaction at Ulm University in Germany. In this paper, we present a technique called MobiZone, which enables users to interact with large numbers of items on an...

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