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VL
2008
IEEE
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10 years 6 months ago
Collaborative end-user development on handheld devices
Web 2.0 has enabled end users to collaborate through their own developed artifacts, moving on from text (e.g., Wikipedia, Blogs) to images (e.g., Flickr) and movies (e.g., YouTube...
Navid Ahmadi, Alexander Repenning, Andri Ioannidou
HUC
2000
Springer
10 years 3 months ago
Using Handheld Devices in Synchronous Collaborative Scenarios
: In this paper we present a platform specially designed for groupware applications running on handheld devices. Common groupware platforms request desktop computers as underlying ...
Jörg Roth, Claus Unger
CHI
2007
ACM
11 years 3 days ago
Sounding board: a handheld device for mutual assessment in education
We are developing a set of handheld input devices for mutual assessment in the course of a learning activity and a system to give on-the-spot feedback concerning the summary of th...
Jun Yamashita, Hiroshi Kato, Toshiaki Ichimaru, Hi...
CSCW
2012
ACM
8 years 7 months ago
PicoTales: collaborative authoring of animated stories using handheld projectors
In this article we describe a novel approach to collaborative video authoring using handheld projectors. PicoTales are created by sketching story elements on a projector+phone pro...
Simon Robinson, Matt Jones, Elina Vartiainen, Gary...
PERCOM
2006
ACM
10 years 11 months ago
A Collaborative Web Browsing System for Multiple Mobile Users
In mobile computing environments, handheld devices with low functionality restrict the services provided for mobile users. We propose a new concept of collaborative browsing, wher...
Takuya Maekawa, Takahiro Hara, Shojiro Nishio
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