2:30 PM - 4:00 PM
Doug A. Bowman
We contribute a greater understanding of user preference for, and performance with, physical and virtual navigation in visualizations. Readers learn how to afford increased physical navigation, leading to improved performance.
Presents a study comparing four copy-and-paste techniques under four window management conditions. Introduces two new window management techniques that significantly reduce the time to copy text between partially overlapping windows.
Lab study showing reduced navigation time for interacting with dialog boxes on multiple monitors when using the mudibo prototype. Illuminates broader problems with the concept of consistency for multiple-monitor interfaces.
This paper presents the first observations of how pairs of people communicated and interacted in a multimodal digital table environment, contributes to the understanding of multi-user multimodal digital table interaction.