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Experiences of Supporting Local and Remote Mobile Phone Interaction with Touchscreen Based Situated Displays

Research output: Contribution to conferenceConference paper


Publication date5/04/2008
Number of pages4
Original languageEnglish


ConferenceCHI 2008 workshop on Designing and Evaluating Mobile Phone-Based Interaction with Public Displays
CityFlorence, Italy
Period5/04/08 → …


The use of mobile phones appears to provide a range of opportunities for supporting interaction with public displays. Furthermore, such interaction can help overcome some of the problems associated with interactions with public displays, e.g. the potential inability of users interact with a touch screen display because of its physical placement (e.g. inappropriate height for a wheelchair user), supporting multi-user interaction and as a means for enabling user content to be transferred to a public display. In this paper we discuss our explorations of some of these issues and present design guidelines as a result.