“Image based smartphone interaction with large high resolution displays” by Nguyen and Schulze

  • ©Lynn Nguyen and Jurgen Schulze




    Image based smartphone interaction with large high resolution displays



    We investigate the practicality of using smartphones to interact with large high resolution displays. We do not intend to find the spatial location of the phone relative to the display, but we want to identify the object a user wants to interact with through image recognition. The interaction with the object itself is done with the smartphone.


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