• Engineering, Computer Science
  • Published in InVis.au 2003

Direct Interaction with Large-Scale Display Systems using Infrared Laser tracking Devices

@inproceedings{Cheng2003DirectIW,
  title={Direct Interaction with Large-Scale Display Systems using Infrared Laser tracking Devices},
  author={Kelvin Cheng and Kevin Pulo},
  booktitle={InVis.au},
  year={2003}
}
Existing large scale display systems generally adopt an indirect approach to user interaction. This is due to the use of standard desktop-oriented devices, such as a mouse on a desk, to control the large wall-sized display. By using an infrared laser pointer and an infrared tracking device, a more direct interaction with the large display can be achieved, thereby reducing the cognitive load of the user and improving their mobility. The challenge in designing such systems is to allow users to… CONTINUE READING

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