Curve: revisiting the digital desk

@inproceedings{Wimmer2010CurveRT,
  title={Curve: revisiting the digital desk},
  author={Raphael Wimmer and Fabian Hennecke and Florian Schulz and Sebastian Boring and Andreas Butz and Heinrich Hu{\ss}mann},
  booktitle={NordiCHI},
  year={2010}
}
Current desktop workspace environments consist of a vertical area (e.g., a screen with a virtual desktop) and a horizontal area (e.g., the physical desk). Daily working activities benefit from different intrinsic properties of both of these areas. However, both areas are distinct from each other, making data exchange between them cumbersome. Therefore, we present Curve, a novel interactive desktop environment, which combines advantages of vertical and horizontal working areas using a continous… CONTINUE READING

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