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Tilt displays: designing display surfaces with multi-axis tilting and actuation

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Tilt displays : designing display surfaces with multi-axis tilting and actuation. / Alexander, Jason; Lucero, Andrés; Subramanian, Sriram.

2012. 161-170 Paper presented at MobileHCI '12, San Francisco, Calif., United States.

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Alexander, J, Lucero, A & Subramanian, S 2012, 'Tilt displays: designing display surfaces with multi-axis tilting and actuation', Paper presented at MobileHCI '12, San Francisco, Calif., United States, 21/09/12 - 24/09/12 pp. 161-170. https://doi.org/10.1145/2371574.2371600

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Alexander, J., Lucero, A., & Subramanian, S. (2012). Tilt displays: designing display surfaces with multi-axis tilting and actuation. 161-170. Paper presented at MobileHCI '12, San Francisco, Calif., United States. https://doi.org/10.1145/2371574.2371600

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Alexander J, Lucero A, Subramanian S. Tilt displays: designing display surfaces with multi-axis tilting and actuation. 2012. Paper presented at MobileHCI '12, San Francisco, Calif., United States. https://doi.org/10.1145/2371574.2371600

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Alexander, Jason ; Lucero, Andrés ; Subramanian, Sriram. / Tilt displays : designing display surfaces with multi-axis tilting and actuation. Paper presented at MobileHCI '12, San Francisco, Calif., United States.10 p.

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