Finger talk: collaborative decision-making using talk and fingertip interaction around a tabletop display

@inproceedings{Rogers2004FingerTC,
  title={Finger talk: collaborative decision-making using talk and fingertip interaction around a tabletop display},
  author={Yvonne Rogers and William R. Hazlewood and Eli Blevis and Youn-Kyung Lim},
  booktitle={CHI EA '04},
  year={2004}
}
We describe a study that investigated how a shared interactive tabletop (DiamondTouch) can be designed to provide new opportunities for supporting collaborative decision-making. Small groups of users were required to work together using the table by selecting and placing digital images into a calendar template and justifying their choices to one-to-another. A variety of novel fingertip interactions were developed to support simultaneous, shared direct manipulation at the tabletop. Our findings… CONTINUE READING

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