“MagicPAPER: Tabletop Interactive Projection Device Based on Tangible Interaction” by Wu, Su, Wang, Yu and Wang

  • ©Qin Wu, Tong Su, Jiayuan Wang, Chenmei Yu, and Sirui Wang

  • ©Qin Wu, Tong Su, Jiayuan Wang, Chenmei Yu, and Sirui Wang

  • ©Qin Wu, Tong Su, Jiayuan Wang, Chenmei Yu, and Sirui Wang

  • ©Qin Wu, Tong Su, Jiayuan Wang, Chenmei Yu, and Sirui Wang

  • ©Qin Wu, Tong Su, Jiayuan Wang, Chenmei Yu, and Sirui Wang

  • ©Qin Wu, Tong Su, Jiayuan Wang, Chenmei Yu, and Sirui Wang

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Entry Number: 58

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    MagicPAPER: Tabletop Interactive Projection Device Based on Tangible Interaction

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    This study proposes a tabletop projection device that can be implemented by combining physical objects with interactive projections. Users can interact on kraft papers using daily tools, such as marker pens, toothbrushes, colored blocks, and square wooden blocks. The input of the proposed device is a multifunction sensor, and the output is a tabletop projector. Using MagicPAPER, four types of interactions are implemented, namely drawing, gesture recognition, brushing, and building blocks. The abstract and poster discuss the design motivations and system descriptions of MagicPAPER.

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    • Xiao, Robert, Scot Hudson, and Chris Harrison. “DIRECT: Making Touch Tracking on Ordinary Surfaces Practical with Hybrid Depth-Infrared Sensing.” In Proceedings of the 2016 ACM International Conference on Interactive Surfaces and Spaces, pp. 85-94. ACM, 2016. 
    • Kane, Shaun K., Daniel Avrahami, Jacob O. Wobbrock, Beverly Harrison, Adam D. Rea, Mathai Philipose, and Anthony LaMarca. “Bonfire: a nomadic system for hybrid laptop-tabletop interaction.” In Proceedings of the 22nd annual ACM symposium on User interface software and technology, pp. 129-138. ACM, 2009.

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