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posted on 2023-05-24, 09:53 authored by Dix, A, Quigley, AJ, Subramanian, S, Terrenghi, L
Interactive displays are increasingly distributed in a broad spectrum of everyday life environments: They have very diverse form factors and portability characteristics, support a variety of interaction techniques, and can be used by a variable number of people. The coupling of multiple displays can thus create interactive “ecosystems” which mingle in the social context, and generate novel settings of communication, performance and ownership. The objective of this workshop is to focus on the range of research challenges and opportunities afforded by applications that rely on visual interfaces that can spread across multiple displays. Such displays are physically decoupled (i.e. connected to multiple computers) yet are visually coupled due to the interfaces and interactions they support. This can range from visual interfaces spread across multiple small private input displays (e.g. information exchange or game play) to small private displays coupled with larger public displays (e.g. public photo sharing).


Publication title

Proceedings of the Workshop on coupled display visual interfaces (PPD10), in conjunction with AVI 2010


Dix, Quigley, Subramanian, Terrenghi




School of Information and Communication Technology


UniPrint, University of Tasmania

Place of publication


Event title

Workshop on Coupled Display Visual Interfaces (PPD10)

Event Venue

Rome, Italy

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Date of Event (End Date)


Rights statement

Copyright 2010 ACM

Repository Status

  • Open

Socio-economic Objectives

Expanding knowledge in the information and computing sciences