Melsa Smith

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The map is more important than ever, but what it can represent and how it is delivered are changing radically as new geospatial technologies emerge. In the field of geology, paper maps have always aimed to represent the complex three-dimensional world beneath our feet and make it understandable to us at the surface. However, new smart phone mapping(More)
As the use of personal computers took off in office space, so did a call for collaborative tools to easily facilitate group activities around these devices. An initial proposition arose to mimic the personal computer and optimize it for multiple controllers. Single display groupware (SDG) are systems which allow multiple users to manipulate information on a(More)
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