[Mub15a] A taxonomy of multi-user co-located interaction environments

Conférence Internationale avec comité de lecture : 27ième conférence francophone sur l’Interaction Homme-Machine, October 2015, pp.1-4, Series Rencontres Doctorales, Toulouse, France,

Auteurs: O. Mubarak

Mots clés: co-located interaction, data visualization, visual identification

Résumé: Designing interfaces for multi-user co-located interaction in the context of a leisure environment for the general public involves many challenges. An important one deals with the visual identification and tracking of one’s own actions on shared interfaces. To better design interfaces that promote and facilitate interaction in those environments, it is important to understand the relations between different aspects of such interfaces and the degree of difficulty of participants to visually identify and follow their own actions. In this article we propose a definition of co-located interaction and classify several reviewed and analyzed projects that fit that specific definition using five high-level characteristics: group size, activity type, I/O distribution, display simultaneity and user attribute.

Equipe: ilj


@inproceedings {
title="{A taxonomy of multi-user co-located interaction environments}",
author=" O. Mubarak ",
booktitle="{27ième conférence francophone sur l’Interaction Homme-Machine}",
series="Rencontres Doctorales",
address="Toulouse, France",