Sriram Subramanian University of Bristol

Publications

There and Back again: Cross-Display Object Movement in Multi-Display Environments
Nacenta, M., Gutwin, C., Aliakseyeu, D., Subramanian, S. (2009), Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, vol. 24 no. 1, 170-229. accessible from: http://pdfserve.informaworld.com/764323_770885140_910602221.pdf. <doi:10.1080/07370020902819882>
Improving Digital Handoff in Shared Tabletop Workspaces
Jun, L., Pinelle, D., Gutwin, C., Subramanian, S. (2008), Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Tabletops and Interactive Surfaces (Tabletop), 9-16. <doi:10.1109/TABLETOP.2008.4660177>
M3: multi-modal interface in multi-display environment for multi-users
Sakurai, S., Yamaguchi, T., Kitamura, Y., Itoh, Y., Fukazawa, R., Kishino, F., Nacenta, M., Subramanian, S. (2008), ACM SIGGRAPH ASIA 2008 artgallery: emerging technologies, Singapore. 45.
A Middleware for Seamless Use of Multiple Displays
Sakurai, S., Itoh, Y., Kitamura, Y., Nacenta, M., Yamaguchi, T., Subramanian, S., Kishino, F. (2008), Interactive Systems. Design, Specification, and Verification, vol. 5136/2008, Lecture Notes In Computer Science. ISBN 978-3-540-70568-0. 252-266. <doi:10.1007/978-3-540-70569-7_23>
The Magic Window: A Year in the Life of a Co-Present Media Space
Kim, H., Gutwin, C., Subramanian, S. (2007), Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Organizational Computing and Groupware Technologies, 107-116.
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Research

Interaction Techniques for Digital Tables
Digital tables allow people to interact with computer workspaces that are projected onto tabletops.
Advanced Interaction for Multi-display Environments
Multi-display environments (interfaces composed by several display surfaces) have the potential to dramatically change the way that we work with digital information: for example, they provide a variety of work surfaces to fit different kinds of tasks, they provide a very large visual bandwidth, they enable the use of peripheral attention space, and they naturally support co-located collaboration.
Modelling Steering within Above-the-Surface Interaction Layers
Interaction techniques that utilize the space above the display surface to extend the functionalities of digitized surfaces continue to emerge.
Balancing Privacy and Awareness in Office Settings
Co-workers who are physically distributed in the same building often obtain information about others through the windows in office doors.
Supporting Handoff in Shared Tabletop Workspaces
In face-to-face collaborative work, individuals often share objects by physically handing them off to others.
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