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Beyond the Tabletop : Improving the Spatial Awareness of Multi-Tablet Visualization

@inproceedings{Jetter2017BeyondTT,
  title={Beyond the Tabletop : Improving the Spatial Awareness of Multi-Tablet Visualization},
  author={Hans-Christian Jetter and Peter Hofer and Josef Altmann and Johannes Sch{\"o}nb{\"o}ck},
  year={2017}
}
Copyright is held by the author/owner(s) ACM ISS 2017 Workshop on The Disappearing Tabletop: Social and Technical Challenges for Cross-Surface Collaboration. ISS’17 , October 17–20, 2017, Brighton, UK. Abstract In our research on post-tabletop multi-tablet sensemaking, we found that users working with tablets can be equally effective as those working with a large tabletop [26]. However, they also can have difficulties with using multiple tablets in parallel for multiple coordinated views and… 

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