11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Explores differences in group process and competitive behavior for groups using a shared large display with shared vs. individual input devices. Results inform design of large display interfaces.
Presents a study on the usefulness of displays that exceed visual acuity for scaling up information visualizations. Encourages designers to take advantage of larger displays for visualization.
We present a comparative evaluation examining the impact of experimental setting on the effectiveness of two visualization techniques. The results indicate that setting must be considered when evaluating visualizations.