June 3rd – June 4th 2014
Copenhagen, Denmark

Keynote – Peter Dalsgaard

Challenges and Potentials of Designing for Large-Scale Urban Displays

Abstract – In the talk, Peter Dalsgaard will draw upon experiences from these and other cases to discuss some of the challenges and potentials facing interaction design practitioners and researchers in this domain, spanning from the development of new interaction forms and the search for content that will suit this new medium to the integration of displays into not only existing physical environments but also into the established socio-cultural structures that exist in these places.

Bio – Peter Dalsgaard is an Associate Professor of Interaction Design at Aarhus University, where he has spent the past ten years exploring the intersections between digital and physical environments place at CAVI, the Centre for Advanced Visualization and Interaction. Dalsgaard's research focuses on theories of design and the nature of design processes. A crucial component of this work is orchestrating and participating in real-life design projects, including the development of a number of large-scale urban display installations, such as Aarhus by Light, Climate on the Wall and the Danish Pavilion at the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai.

Detailed Program

Monday, June 2nd

16:30 – 18:00

Nyhavn Canal Tour

Nyhavn 24, 1051 Københvan K

Tuesday, June 3rd

8:00 – 9:00

Registration & Coffee

Outside room 22.0.11

9:00 – 9:15

Opening

Room: 22.0.11

9:15 – 10:15

Keynote

Room: 22.0.11 – Chair: Sebastian Boring

Challenges and Potentials of Designing for Large-Scale Urban Displays

Peter Dalsgaard

10:15 – 10:45

Coffee Break

10:45 – 12:15

Session #1

Room: 22.0.11 – Chair: Nick Taylor

Is Anyone Looking? Mitigating Shoulder Surfing on Public Displays through Awareness and Protection – Paper

Frederik Brudy
David Ledo
Saul Greenberg
Andreas Butz

Roles of an Interactive Media Façade in a Digital Agora – Paper

Claude Fortin
Kate Hennessy
Hughes Sweeney

Analysing Pedestrian Traffic Around Public Displays – Paper

Julie R. Williamson
John Williamson

Smart Citizen Sentiment Dashboard: A Case Study Into Media Architectural Interfaces – Paper

Moritz Behrens
Nina Valkanova
Ava Fatah Gen. Schieck
Duncan P. Brumby

Ballade of Women: The Expedition – Video

Nigel Papworth
Patrizia Marti
Ambra Trotto
Jeroen Peeters

12:15 – 13:30

Lunch

KUA Canteen Balcony

13:30 – 15:10

Session #2

Room: 22.0.11 – Chair: Timo Ojala

Midair Displays: Exploring the Concept of Free-Floating Pervasive Displays – Paper

Stefan Schneegass
Florian Alt
Jürgen Scheible
Albrecht Schmidt

Interacting with 3D Content on Stereoscopic Displays – Paper

Florian Daiber
Marco Speicher
Sven Gehring
Markus Löchtefeld
Antonio Krüger

Exploring Design Parameters for a 3D Head-Up Display – Paper

Nora Broy
Simone Höckh
Annette Frederiksen
Michael Gilowski
Julian Eichhorn
Felix Naser
Horst Jung
Julia Niemann
Martin Schell
Albrecht Schmidt
Florian Alt

Vote With Your Feet: Local Community Polling on Urban Screens – Paper

Fabius Steinberger
Marcus Foth
and Florian Alt

Movable, Kick-/Flickable Light Fragments Eliciting Ad-hoc Interaction in Public Space – Paper

Patrick Tobias Fischer
Franziska Gerlach
Jenny Gonzales
Daniel Pollack
Ingo Schäfer
Josephine Trautmann
Eva Hornecker

15:10 – 15:30

Coffee Break

Outside room 22.0.11

15:30 – 17:10

Session #3

Room: 22.0.11 – Chair: Aaron Quigley

UbiOpticon: Participatory Sousveillance with Urban Screens and Mobile Phone Cameras – Paper

Marcus Foth
Tommi Heikkinen
Johanna Ylipulli
Anna Luusua
Christine Satchell
Timo Ojala

Displaying Locality: Connecting with Customers and Visitors In-Situ via their Mobile Devices – Paper

Chris Greenhalgh
Alan Chamberlain
Mark Davies
Kevin Glover
Stela Valchovska
Andy Crabtree

Application Diversity in Open Display Networks – Paper

Constantin Taivan
Rui José

Supporting Community Participation in Interactive Exhibits – Paper

Nick Taylor

cAR: Contact Augmented Reality with Transparent-Display Mobile Devices – Paper

Juan David Hincapié-Ramos
Sophie Roscher
Wolfgang Bueschel
Ulrike Kister
Raimund Dachselt
Pourang Irani

18:00 – 21:00

Poster & Demo Reception

Mødestedet (KUA 2)

Enriching Public displays Ads Recommendations using an Individual – Group cooperation model – Poster

Francisco Martinez-Pabon
Juan Camilo Ospina-Quintero
Victor Garzon-Marin
Angela Chantre-Astaiza
Mario Muñoz-Organero
Gustavo Ramirez-Gonzalez

CSCT – Computer Supported Cooperative Teaching – Poster

Adam Buckland
Aaron Quigley

Supporting Conversation and Community Interaction With A Table-Top Community Garden Application – Demo

Roberto Calderon
Michael Blackstock
Rodger Lea
Sidney Fels
Andre de Oliveira Bueno
Junia Anacleto

LUME – Building Identity, Displaying Content, and Engaging Users Through Network of Interactive Display – Poster

Federico Casalegno
Yihyun Lim
Catherine Winfield
Karina Silvester
Marcus Lowe
Stella Kim
Cagri Hakan Zaman

Development of Corneal Reflection-based Gaze Tracking System for Public Use – Poster

Takashi Nagamatsu
Kaoruko Fukuda
Michiya Yamamoto

Ad-hoc Registration and Configuration of Social Object Labels – Demo

Marcus Winter

Demo: An Ecosystem for Open Display Networks – Demo

Sarah Clinch
Nigel Davies
Adrian Friday
Miriam Greis
Marc Langheinrich
Mateusz Mikusz
Thomas Kubitza
Christopher Winstanley

Exploring Gesture Based Interaction with a Layered Stereoscopic 3D Interface – Poster

Maaret Posti
Leena Ventä-Olkkonen
Ashley Colley
Olli Koskenranta
Jonna Häkkilä

Wednesday, June 4th

8:00 – 9:00

Registration & Coffee

Outside room 22.0.11

9:00 – 10:30

Session #4

Room: 22.0.11 – Chair: Nigel Davies

Flexible Registration of Multiple Displays – Paper

Björn Wöldecke
Dionysios Marinos
Christian Geiger

SenScreen – A Toolkit for Supporting Sensor-enabled Multi-Display Networks – Paper

Stefan Schneegass
Florian Alt

Gestures Everywhere: A Multimodal Sensor Fusion and Analysis Framework for Pervasive Displays – Paper

Nicholas Gillian
Sara Pfenninger
Spencer Russell
Joseph Paradiso

Scheduling Interactive and Concurrently Running Applications in Pervasive Display Networks – Paper

Ivan Elhart
Marc Langheinrich
Nemanja Memarovic
Tommi Heikkinen

The ‘Making of’ MÉGAPHONE, an Interactive "Speakers' Corner" and Digitally-Augmented Agora in Public Space – Video

Claude Fortin
Kate Hennessy
Hughes Sweeney

10:30 – 10:50

Coffee Break

Outside room 22.0.11

10:50 – 12:30

Session #5

Room: 22.0.11 – Chair: Florian Alt

Magnetic Cursor: Improving Target Selection in Freehand Pointing Interfaces – Paper

Ville Mäkelä
Tomi Heimonen
Markku Turunen

Effect of Interior Bezel Width on Visual Search Performance – Paper

James Wallace
Daniel Vogel
Edward Lank

Evaluating the use of a very large-scale presentation and collaboration framework – Paper

Markus Rittenbruch

What Chalk and Tape Can Tell Us: Lessons Learnt for Next Generation Urban Displays – Paper

Lisa Koeman
Vaiva Kalnikaite
Yvonne Rogers
Jon Bird

Assessing the Impact of Dynamic Public Signage on Mass Evacuation – Paper

Norman Langner
Christian Kray

12:30 – 14:00

Lunch

KUA Canteen Balcony

14:00 – 15:30

Session #6

Room: 22.0.11 – Chair: Sven Gehring

Tandem Browsing Toolkit: Distributed Multi-Display Interfaces with Web Technologies – Paper

Tommi Heikkinen
Jorge Goncalves
Vassilis Kostakos
Ivan Elhart
Timo Ojala

RED: a framework for prototyping multi-display applications using web technologies – Paper

Roberto Calderon
Michael Blackstock
Rodger Lea
Sidney Fels
Andre O Bueno
Junia Anacleto

I Love My Display: Combatting Display Blindness with Emotional Attachment – Paper

Kabo Lee
Sarah Clinch
Chris Winstanley
Nigel Davies

Who cares about the Content? An Analysis of Playful Behaviour at a Public Display – Paper

Martin Tomitsch
Christopher Ackad
Oliver Dawson
Luke Hespanhol
Judy Kay

Screen in the Wild: Exploring the Potential of Networked Urban Screens for Communities and Culture – Video

Ava Fatah Gen. Schieck
Holger Schnadelbach
Wallis Motta
Moritz Behrens
Steve North
Lei Ye
Efstathia Kostopoulou

15:30 – 16:00

Coffee Break

Outside room 22.0.11

16:00 – 17:00

Session #7

Room: 22.0.11 – Chair: Sebastian Boring

Ownership and Trust in Cyber-Foraged Displays – Paper

Sarah Clinch
Nigel Davies
Thomas Kubitza
Adrian Friday

What's in it for me: Exploring the Real-World Value Proposition of Pervasive Displays – Paper

Simo Hosio
Jorge Goncalves
Hannu Kukka
Alan Chamberlain
Alessio Malizia

Understanding Engagement with Interactive Public Displays: an Awareness Campaign in the Wild – Paper

Gonzalo Parra
Joris Klerkx
Erik Duval

17:00 – 17:30

Closing Remarks

Room: 22.0.11

Accepted Papers

Vote With Your Feet: Local Community Polling on Urban Screens

Fabius Steinberger, Marcus Foth, and Florian Alt

Movable, Kick-/Flickable Light Fragments Eliciting Ad-hoc Interaction in Public Space

Patrick Tobias Fischer, Franziska Gerlach, Jenny Gonzales, Daniel Pollack, Ingo Schäfer, Josephine Trautmann and Eva Hornecker

Is Anyone Looking? Mitigating Shoulder Surfing on Public Displays through Awareness and Protection

Frederik Brudy, David Ledo, Saul Greenberg and Andreas Butz

Effect of Interior Bezel Width on Visual Search Performance

James Wallace, Daniel Vogel and Edward Lank

The Role of an Interactive Monumental Media Façade as a Component of an Art Installation Deployed in Public Space

Claude Fortin, Kate Hennessy and Hughes Sweeney

Who cares about the Content? An Analysis of Playful Behaviour at a Public Display

Martin Tomitsch, Christopher Ackad, Oliver Dawson, Luke Hespanhol and Judy Kay

Understanding Engagement with Interactive Public Displays: an Awareness Campaign in the Wild

Gonzalo Parra, Joris Klerkx and Erik Duval

Displaying Locality: Connecting with Customers and Visitors In-Situ via their Mobile Devices

Chris Greenhalgh, Alan Chamberlain, Mark Davies, Kevin Glover, Stela Valchovska and Andy Crabtree

SenScreen – A Toolkit for Supporting Sensor-enabled Multi-Display Networks

Stefan Schneegass and Florian Alt

Evaluating the use of a very large-scale presentation and collaboration framework

Markus Rittenbruch

Exploring Design Parameters for a 3D Head-Up Display

Nora Broy, Simone Höckh, Annette Frederiksen, Michael Gilowski, Julian Eichhorn, Felix Naser, Horst Jung, Julia Niemann, Martin Schell, Albrecht Schmidt and Florian Alt

Supporting Community Participation in Interactive Exhibits

Nick Taylor

Gestures Everywhere: A Multimodal Sensor Fusion and Analysis Framework for Pervasive Displays

Nicholas Gillian, Sara Pfenninger, Spencer Russell and Joseph Paradiso

Flexible Registration of Multiple Displays

Björn Wöldecke, Dionysios Marinos and Christian Geiger

Assessing the Impact of Dynamic Public Signage on Mass Evacuation

Norman Langner and Christian Kray

What's in it for me: Exploring the Real-World Value Proposition of Pervasive Displays

Simo Hosio, Jorge Goncalves, Hannu Kukka, Alan Chamberlain and Alessio Malizia

Interacting with 3D Content on Stereoscopic Displays

Florian Daiber, Marco Speicher, Sven Gehring, Markus Löchtefeld and Antonio Krüger

Scheduling Interactive and Concurrently Running Applications in Pervasive Display Networks

Ivan Elhart, Marc Langheinrich, Nemanja Memarovic and Tommi Heikkinen

Magnetic Cursor: Improving Target Selection in Freehand Pointing Interfaces

Ville Mäkelä, Tomi Heimonen and Markku Turunen

UbiOpticon: Participatory Sousveillance with Urban Screens and Mobile Phone Cameras

Marcus Foth, Tommi Heikkinen, Johanna Ylipulli, Anna Luusua, Christine Satchell and Timo Ojala

Tandem Browsing Toolkit: Distributed Multi-Display Interfaces with Web Technologies

Tommi Heikkinen, Jorge Goncalves, Vassilis Kostakos, Ivan Elhart and Timo Ojala

Midair Displays: Exploring the Concept of Free-Floating Pervasive Displays

Stefan Schneegass, Florian Alt, Jürgen Scheible and Albrecht Schmidt

Lessons learned developing a framework for prototyping multi-display applications using web technologies

Roberto Calderon, Michael Blackstock, Rodger Lea, Sidney Fels, Andre O Bueno and Junia Anacleto

Analysing Pedestrian Traffic Around Public Displays

Julie Williamson and John Williamson

cAR: Contact Augmented Reality with Transparent-Display Mobile Devices

Juan David Hincapié-Ramos, Sophie Roscher, Wolfgang Bueschel, Ulrike Kister, Raimund Dachselt and Pourang Irani

Ownership and Trust in Cyber-Foraged Displays

Sarah Clinch, Nigel Davies, Thomas Kubitza and Adrian Friday

Application Diversity in Open Display Networks

Constantin Taivan and Rui José

I Love My Display: Combatting Display Blindness with Emotional Attachment

Kabo Lee, Sarah Clinch, Chris Winstanley and Nigel Davies

Smart Citizen Sentiment Dashboard: A Case Study Into Media Architectural Interfaces

Moritz Behrens, Nina Valkanova, Ava Fatah Gen. Schieck and Duncan Brumby

What Chalk and Tape Can Tell Us: Lessons Learnt for Next Generation Urban Displays

Lisa Koeman, Vaiva Kalnikaite, Yvonne Rogers and Jon Bird