Uses of Hand-Helds for Groups
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Topics to be added here:
Main paper about Pebbles as groupware from CSCW'98:
Myers, Herb Stiel, and Robert Gargiulo. "Collaboration Using
Multiple PDAs Connected to a PC." Proceedings CSCW'98: ACM
Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work, November 14-18,
1998, Seattle, WA. pp. 285-294. Adobe
Acrobat (pdf) (about 400K)
Implementation architecture to support multiple users:
Brad A. Myers. An Implementation Architecture to Support Single-Display Groupware. Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science Technical Report, no.
CMU-CS-99-139 and Human Computer Interaction Institute Technical Report
CMU-HCII-99-101. May, 1999. pdf
Study about "floor control":
technology to help decide which user is in control (who "has the
floor"): Karen Cross, Adrienne Warmack, and Brad Myers. "Lessons Learned: Using
Contextual Inquiry Analysis to Improve PDA Control of Presentations". Submitted for Publication.
Remote Commander, so members of the meeting can control
the cursor and keyboard from their seat without getting up.
SlideShow Commander, so presenter can more easily
control the presentation.
Laser Pointer interaction techniques, for presenter or
audience members. (see related conference
Semantic Snarfing, so audience members can grab
(snarf) the interesting parts of the shared display and interact with
it. (see related conference
Private drill down of public information, as
investigated in the Command Post of the