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