TouchBridge: augmenting active tangibles for camera-based multi-touch surfaces

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  2. Dr Cassim Ladha
  3. Dr Jonathan Hook
  4. Gavin Wood
  5. Professor Patrick Olivier
Author(s)Ladha C, Ladha K, Hook J, Jackson D, Wood G, Olivier P
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Publication type Conference Proceedings (inc. Abstract)
Conference NameACM International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces (ITS)
Conference LocationSaarbruecken, Germany
Year of Conference2010
Date7-10 November 2010
Volume
Pages271-272
ISBN9781450303996
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The augmentation of tabletop multi-touch surfaces with physical objects is a well visited approach for the realisation of tangible user interfaces. Interaction with objects on a multi-touch surface is often limited to spatial manipulation and common marker-based techniques for object tracking typically provide little more than position and orientation information for the objects. We present a novel, low-cost, approach for tracking objects on a camera-based multi-touch surface. Our approach utilises modulated Infrared light to provide a bi-directional communication channel between objects and the surface and thereby presents the opportunity for much richer forms of interaction with physical objects.
PublisherACM, New York, NY, USA
URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1145/1936652.1936711
DOI10.1145/1936652.1936711
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