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New directions in User-System Interaction: augmented reality, ubiquitous and mobile computing

  title={New directions in User-System Interaction: augmented reality, ubiquitous and mobile computing},
  author={G. Rauterberg},
  • G. Rauterberg
  • Published 1999
  • Computer Science
  • The embodiment of computers in the work place has had a tremendous impact on the field of user-system interaction. Mice and graphic displays are everywhere, the desktop workstations define the frontier between the computer world and the real world. We spend a lot of time and energy to transfer information between those two worlds. This could be reduced by better integrating the virtual world of the computer with the real world of the user. The most promising approach to this integration is… CONTINUE READING
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