PaperVideo

Interacting with Videos On Paper-like Displays / TU Darmstadt 2010-2012

Analog paper is still often preferred over electronic documents due to specific affordances and rich spatial interaction, in particular if multiple pages are laid out and handled simultaneously. We investigated how interaction with video can benefit from paper-like displays that support interaction with motion and sound. We present a system that includes novel interaction concepts for both video and audio. This includes spatial techniques for temporal navigation, arranging and grouping of videos, virtualizing and materializing contents, as well as focusing on multiple parallel audio sources.


Publications

PaperVideo: Interacting with Videos On Multiple Paper-like Displays

Roman Lissermann, Simon Olberding, Benjamin Petry, Max Mühlhäuser, Jürgen Steimle: PaperVideo: Interacting with Videos On Multiple Paper-like Displays. Proceedings of ACM Multimedia 2012, pp. 129-138, ACM Press, 2012.

Interacting with Videos On Paper-like Displays

Roman Lissermann, Simon Olberding, Max Mühlhäuser, Jürgen Steimle: Interacting with Videos On Paper-like Displays, ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI’2012) Extended Abstracts, ACM Press, 2012. [DOI]

People

Roman Lissermann
Simon Olberding
Benjamin Petry
Prof. Dr. Max Mühlhäusery
Dr. Jürgen Steimle