Nobuhiro Inagawa

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In this article, we propose an augmented book cover and a bookmark as means for implicit interaction with a book. Implicit interaction is a style of human-computer interaction, in which a user's explicit command is not required to control a system. The augmented items sense their state of use by accelerometers and detect page-flipping events. Accumulation(More)
In this article, we propose a middleware that supports a developer to build tabletop information display systems. We focus on an application that projects information close to a particular object on a table. To let a user focus on his/her primary task, the information is presented based on a current phase in a procedure, which we call procedure-awareness.(More)
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