Interactive Tabletop Display Shows Shared & Personal Image For Each Viewer

Interactive Tabletop Display Shows Shared & Personal Image For Each Viewer
technology

PiVOT is a personalized view-overlay that is meant to encourage mixed-focus collaborative tasks.

Emma Hutchings
  • 15 october 2012

 

A team of scientists led by the University of Bristol in the UK have developed a system called PiVOT (personalized view-overlays for tabletops). Designed to encourage and support mixed-focus collaboration, the display system shows users an undistorted shared view as well as their own personal view at the same time.

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