Summary In a sort of augmented reality, a public map contains QR-Codes that private devices can read to access details on that particular point in space.
Description Diez et al. propose the use of QR-Code to connect private devices to public displays. In this scenario a map is shown on the public display with individual QR-Codes positioned next to points of interest. Scanning a code with a mobile phone triggers a corresponding piece of information to be displayed on the mobile phone in a private workspace.
Design motivation Creating engaging experiences, Designing new types of interactions
Design goal Improving information management across 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, Networking technologies
Theory
Reference Díez, D., Tena, S., Romero-Gomez, R., Díaz, P., & Aedo, I. (2014). Sharing your view: A distributed user interface approach for reviewing emergency plans. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies,72(1), 126-139.
Pattern family Private Public Screens
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Related to Video Wall
Examples Sharedviews-example.png
Diagram Diagram for SharedViews.png

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