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Description Girouard et al. propose 5 techniques for iGirouard et al. propose 5 techniques for interacting with paper-like displays. The Pile is a technique for loosely grouping displays by allowing the user to freely rearrange the pile, by moving the displays or inserting them throughout. A stack is a set of displays neatly arranged together. It is possible to change the location of individual displays and to bend them for quick flicking through. Displays can be arranged as a fan, which allows the user to rotate individual displays. A Linear Overlap enables displays to be arranged with a partial overlap, allowing the user to partially cover or uncover certain areas. Finally, collation allows placing displays side-by-side along a shared edge.displays side-by-side along a shared edge.  +
Design goal Designing new interaction techniques  + , Supporting design of interfaces for dynamic collections of devices  + , Supporting interaction in a free manner  + , Supporting joint interaction with information across devices  +
Design motivation Designing new types of interactions  + , Creating engaging experiences  +
Device type Private  +
Enabling technology Displays  + , Networking technologies  + , Sensors  +
Pattern family Display Grouping  +
Reference Girouard, A., Tarun, A., & Vertegaal, R. (2012). DisplayStacks: interaction techniques for stacks of flexible thin-film displays. In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 2431-2440). ACM.  +
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Summary DisplayStacks are paper-like screens that can be arranged in piles, stacks or fans, or collated side-by-side or slightly overlapping. Each arrangement prompts the stack to react accordingly, allowing for different interactions.  +
Categories Interaction techniques  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 4 June 2015 12:37:43  +
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