Collaborative video searching on a tabletop

  title={Collaborative video searching on a tabletop},
  author={Alan F. Smeaton and Hyowon Lee and Colum Foley and Sin{\'e}ad McGivney},
  journal={Multimedia Systems},
Almost all system and application design for multimedia systems is based around a single user working in isolation to perform some task yet much of the work for which we use computers to help us, is based on working collaboratively with colleagues. Groupware systems do support user collaboration but typically this is supported through software and users still physically work independently. Tabletop systems, such as the DiamondTouch from MERL, are interface devices which support direct user… CONTINUE READING
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