Supporting collaboration in large-scale multi-user workspaces
Rittenbruch, Markus (2013) Supporting collaboration in large-scale multi-user workspaces. In Campos, Pedro, Ferreira, Alfredo, & Lucero, Andrés (Eds.) Proceedings of the Workshop: Collaboration meets Interactive Surfaces: Walls, Tables, Tablets and Phones, co-located with ITS 2013, INESC-ID, United Kingdom, pp. 1-8.
CubIT is a multi-user, large-scale presentation and collaboration framework installed at the Queensland University of Technology’s (QUT) Cube facility, an interactive facility made up 48 multi-touch screens and very large projected display screens. The CubIT system allows users to upload, interact with and share their own content on the Cube’s display surfaces. This paper outlines the collaborative features of CubIT which are implemented via three user interfaces, a large-screen multi-touch interface, a mobile phone and tablet application and a web-based content management system. Each of these applications plays a different role and supports different interaction mechanisms supporting a wide range of collaborative features including multi-user shared workspaces, drag and drop upload and sharing between users, session management and dynamic state control between different parts of the system.
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