Tangible views for information visualization

@inproceedings{Spindler2010TangibleVF,
  title={Tangible views for information visualization},
  author={Martin Spindler and Christian Tominski and Heidrun Schumann and Raimund Dachselt},
  booktitle={ITS},
  year={2010}
}
In information visualization, interaction is commonly carried out by using traditional input devices, and visual feedback is usually given on desktop displays. By contrast, recent advances in interactive surface technology suggest combining interaction and display functionality in a single device for a more direct interaction. With our work, we contribute to the seamless integration of interaction and display devices and introduce new ways of visualizing and directly interacting with… CONTINUE READING
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