Evaluating the use of a very large-scale presentation and collaboration framework
Rittenbruch, Markus (2014) Evaluating the use of a very large-scale presentation and collaboration framework. In Gehring, Sven (Ed.) Proceedings of The International Symposium on Pervasive Displays (PerDis '14), Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), Copenhagen, Denmark, pp. 124-129.
In this paper we describe the use and evaluation of CubIT, a multi-user, very large-scale presentation and collaboration framework. CubIT is installed at the Queensland University of Technology’s (QUT) Cube facility. The “Cube” is an interactive visualisation facility made up of five very large-scale interactive multi-panel wall displays, each consisting of up to twelve 55-inch multi-touch screens (48 screens in total) and massive projected display screens situated above the display panels. The paper outlines the unique design challenges, features, use and evaluation of CubIT. The system was built to make the Cube facility accessible to QUT’s academic and student population. CubIT enables users to easily upload and share their own media content, and allows multiple users to simultaneously interact with the Cube’s wall displays. The features of CubIT are implemented via three user interfaces, a multi-touch interface working on the wall displays, a mobile phone and tablet application and a web-based content management system. The evaluation reveals issues around the public use and functional scope of the system.
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