Diamond's Edge: From Notebook to Table and Back Again

Michael Bernstein, Avi Robinson-Mosher, Ron Yeh, Scott Klemmer
Ubicomp: Posters, 2006
We discuss the interaction benefits derived from combining the collaborative nature of touch-sensitive tabletop interfaces with the paper affordances and personal space of digital pen and paper. The pen may be used as fluid input to create and transform content within the public table space, and the table’s top-down projection as a method to augment the physical paper with properties of digital output. Finally, we introduce Diamond’s Edge, a design brainstorming tool which incorporates the interaction techniques described.


This project is known for: augmented paper