Permulin: Mixed-Focus Collaboration on Multi-View Tabletops

Interactive tables are well suited for co-located collaboration. Most prior research assumed users to share the same overall display output; a key challenge was the appropriate partitioning of screen real estate, assembling the right information “at the users’ finger-tips” through simultaneous input. A different approach is followed in recent multi-view display environments: they offer personal output for each team member, yet risk to dissolve the team due to the lack of a common visual focus. Our approach combines both lines of thought, guided by the question: “What if the visible output and simultaneous input was partly shared and partly private?” We present Permulin as a concrete corresponding implementation, based on a set of novel interaction concepts that support fluid transitions between individual and group activities, coordination of group activities, and concurrent, distraction-free in-place manipulation. Study results indicate that users are able to focus on individual work on the whole surface without notable mutual interference, while at the same time establishing a strong sense of collaboration.

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Permulin 2.0

We are currently working on an updated version of the Permulin tabletop. It features a large 65' screen with capacitive touch. The table frame was produced by Vario office furniture and the pane of glass was provided by Schott.

At the moment, we are combining 3D printed tangible objects and augmented reality with our current version of Permulin.
 

Permulin covered on the rheinmaintv news

 

Publications

Roman Lissermann, Jochen Huber, Martin Schmitz, Jürgen Steimle, Max Mühlhäuser. Permulin: Mixed-Focus Collaboration on Multi-View Tabletops. In CHI '14. 

Roman Lissermann, Jochen Huber, Jürgen Steimle, Max Mühlhäuser. Permulin: Collaboration on Interactive Surfaces with Personal In- and Output. In CHI '13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI EA '13). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 1533-1538.

Roman Lissermann, Jochen Huber, Jürgen Steimle, Max Mühlhäuser. Permulin: Personal In- and Output on Interactive Surfaces. In CHI '13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI EA '13). ACM, New York, NY, USA, 3083-3086.

18.08.2014

Journal Article Accepted

Our journal article was accepted for the Informatik Spektrum Special Issue: Interaction Beyond the Desktop at Springer and is now available via SpringerLink. Title: Immersiver Tabletop: der digitale Tisch als Tisch Authors: M.... [more]

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10.03.2014

Invited Talk by Antti Oulasvirta

Title Computational User Interface Design When & Where31.03.2014 16:00 - 17:00 in S202 / C110 Abstract Search spaces in user interface design often grow too large to be explored manually. Let us consider the case of... [more]

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14.01.2014

Accepted work at CHI 2014

We will present the following work at CHI 2014 in Toronto: Permulin: Mixed-Focus Collaboration on Multi-View Tabletops (full paper)(R. Lissermann, J. Huber, M. Schmitz, J. Steimle, M. Mühlhäuser)  Exploiting Thermal... [more]

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28.10.2013

Cisco's the network featuring EarOut

Cisco's technology news site "the network" featured EarPut in an article about body-based interfaces. [more]


20.08.2013

ITS'13 Contributions

We will present two full papers (ObjecTop and coMAP) and one poster (PeriTop) this year at the ACM Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces 2013 Conference ITS'2013 in St. Andrews: ObjecTop: Occlusion... [more]


22.06.2013

NNgroup featuring EarPut

NNgroup featured our EarPut project in an article on body-based interaction (link) [more]


07.05.2013

Sat.1 Live

Sat.1 Live reported on our work on rollable and foldable displays. [more]


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