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Fluent transitions between focused and peripheral interaction in proxemic interactions

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Fluent transitions between focused and peripheral interaction in proxemic interactions. / Vermeulen, Jo; Houben, Steven; Marquardt, Nicolai.

Peripheral Interaction: Challenges and Opportunities for HCI in the Periphery of Attention. ed. / Saskia Bakker; Doris Hausen; Ted Selker. Springer International Publishing AG, 2016. p. 137-163 (Human–Computer Interaction Series).

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Vermeulen, J, Houben, S & Marquardt, N 2016, Fluent transitions between focused and peripheral interaction in proxemic interactions. in S Bakker, D Hausen & T Selker (eds), Peripheral Interaction: Challenges and Opportunities for HCI in the Periphery of Attention. Human–Computer Interaction Series, Springer International Publishing AG, pp. 137-163. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-29523-7_7

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Vermeulen, J., Houben, S., & Marquardt, N. (2016). Fluent transitions between focused and peripheral interaction in proxemic interactions. In S. Bakker, D. Hausen, & T. Selker (Eds.), Peripheral Interaction: Challenges and Opportunities for HCI in the Periphery of Attention (pp. 137-163). (Human–Computer Interaction Series). Springer International Publishing AG. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-29523-7_7

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Vermeulen J, Houben S, Marquardt N. Fluent transitions between focused and peripheral interaction in proxemic interactions. In Bakker S, Hausen D, Selker T, editors, Peripheral Interaction: Challenges and Opportunities for HCI in the Periphery of Attention. Springer International Publishing AG. 2016. p. 137-163. (Human–Computer Interaction Series). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-29523-7_7

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Vermeulen, Jo ; Houben, Steven ; Marquardt, Nicolai. / Fluent transitions between focused and peripheral interaction in proxemic interactions. Peripheral Interaction: Challenges and Opportunities for HCI in the Periphery of Attention. editor / Saskia Bakker ; Doris Hausen ; Ted Selker. Springer International Publishing AG, 2016. pp. 137-163 (Human–Computer Interaction Series).

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