Malte Weiß
HCI Research · Software Development

Dynamic Portals (2011)

Dynamic Portals is a lightweight interaction technique to transfer digital objects across long distances on interactive tabletops. Based on a simple gesture, it can transfer multiple objects at once while maintaining their spatial coherency. Dynamic portals can also be used to scale or copy objects to multiple locations.

Media

Illustration
Video Presentation of Dynamic Portals on YouTube:

Background

Context I co-developed this project during my PhD.
Technology
  • Hardware infrastructure: Interactive tabletop based on optical tracking
  • Programming languages: Objective-C
  • Used frameworks: OpenGL
Team
  • Malte Weiss
  • Simon Voelker
  • Chat Wacharamanotgham
  • Jan Borchers
Award Our short paper at ITS 2011 conference received the Best Note Award.

Further Information

Link Official project website

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