Large interactive displays are increasingly placed in public (or semi-public) locations, including museums, shops, various city settings and offices. This article discusses the evolution of such displays by looking at their use and analyzing how they are changing the concept of human-computer interaction through new modalities. By surveying the literature on systems using these displays, relevant features were identified and used as classification dimensions. The analysis provided may inform the design and development of future installations. A discussion on research challenges concludes the article.

Interaction with large displays: a survey / Ardito, Carmelo; Buono, Paolo; Costabile, Maria Francesca; Desolda, Giuseppe. - In: ACM COMPUTING SURVEYS. - ISSN 0360-0300. - STAMPA. - 47:3(2015). [10.1145/2682623]

Interaction with large displays: a survey

Ardito, Carmelo;
2015-01-01

Abstract

Large interactive displays are increasingly placed in public (or semi-public) locations, including museums, shops, various city settings and offices. This article discusses the evolution of such displays by looking at their use and analyzing how they are changing the concept of human-computer interaction through new modalities. By surveying the literature on systems using these displays, relevant features were identified and used as classification dimensions. The analysis provided may inform the design and development of future installations. A discussion on research challenges concludes the article.
2015
Interaction with large displays: a survey / Ardito, Carmelo; Buono, Paolo; Costabile, Maria Francesca; Desolda, Giuseppe. - In: ACM COMPUTING SURVEYS. - ISSN 0360-0300. - STAMPA. - 47:3(2015). [10.1145/2682623]
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