Summary MobiES allows users to interact with data contained in a mobile device on a larger screen by detecting the proximity between the two and expanding the mobile's interface into the screen. More devices can be connected so you can share information between them.
Description MobiES facilitates extending the display of a mobile device to a public screen and using both displays to form a larger screen area. Bringing a phone next to the public screen triggers a special user interface to be shown, which allows the user to browse content or share content between 2 mobile devices positioned on either side of the public display and dragging content from one phone to another.
Design motivation Augmenting existing practices, Creating technological infrastructure
Design goal Improving information management across devices, Supporting design of interfaces for dynamic collections of devices, Supporting interaction in a free manner, Supporting joint interaction with information across devices, Unifying advantages of different devices
Device type Private, Public
Enabling technology Displays, Machine-readable data formats, Physical object identification, Sensors, Networking technologies
Theory
Reference Schneider, D., Seifert, J., & Rukzio, E. (2012). MobiES: extending mobile interfaces using external screens. In Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia (p. 59). ACM.
Pattern family Cross-Device Dragging
Cites Hyperdrag, Stitching
Cited by
Related to ConnecTable
Examples MobiES-example.png
Diagram Diagram for MobiES.png

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