ScreenPress: a powerful and flexible platform for networked pervasive display systems

@article{Tafreshi2017ScreenPressAP,
  title={ScreenPress: a powerful and flexible platform for networked pervasive display systems},
  author={Amir E. Sarabadani Tafreshi and Moira C. Norrie},
  journal={Proceedings of the 6th ACM International Symposium on Pervasive Displays},
  year={2017}
}
Developing a pervasive display system (PDS) tailored to the requirements of a particular environment in terms of the set of devices available, content curation, visualisation, modes of interaction and user customisation can be non-trivial. A platform general enough to support the wide variety of PDSs of current interest to both researchers and display owners is still missing. Based on an analysis of a wide variety of existing systems in research and industry, we propose a general metamodel for… Expand
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