{Related Work: By Topic}

 

General Papers

Ahrens JP, Li K, and Reed DA. Next-Generation Visualization Displays: The Research Challenges of Building Tiled Displays (panel session). Visualization 2000 (Salt Lake City, UT), IEEE; 527-529.

 

Czerwinski M, et al. Toward Characterizing the Productivity Benefits of Very Large Displays. INTERACT 2003; 9-16.

 

Funkhouser T and Li K. Onto the Wall: Large Displays. Special issue of Computer Graphics and Applications 2000; 20(4).

 

Shedd B. Exploding the Frame: Designing for Wall-Size Computer Displays. Information Visualization 2003, IEEE.

 

Swaminathan K and Sato S. Interaction Design for Large Displays. Interactions 1997; 4(1): 15-24.

 

Visual Perception Issues

Alphonse GA and Lubin J. Psychophysical Requirements for Tiled Large Screen Displays. High-Resolution Displays and Project Systems 1992 (San Jose, CA, USA), SPIE; 230-240.

 

Ball R and North C. Effects of Tiled High-Resolution Display on Basic Visualization and Navigation Tasks. CHI 2005 (Portland, Oregon), ACM; 1196-1199.

 

Czerwinski M, Tan DS, and Robertson GG. Women Take a Wider View. CHI 2002 (Minneapolis, MN), ACM; 195-202.

 

Eick SG and Karr AF. Visual Scalability. Journal of Computational & Graphical Statistics 2002; 11(1): 22-43.

 

Tan D, et al. With Similar Visual Angles, Larger Displays Improve Spatial Performance. CHI 2003; 217-224.

 

Tan D, et al. Physically Large Displays Improve Path Integration in 3D Virtual Navigation Tasks. CHI 2004 (Vienna, Austria), ACM; 439-446.

 

Interaction Issues

Ashdown M and Robinson P. A Personal Projected Display. MultiMedia 2004 (New York, NY), ACM; 932-933.

 

Ashdown M, Oka K, and Sato Y. Combining Head Tracking and Mouse Input for a GUI on Multiple Monitors. CHI 2005 (Portland, OR), ACM; 1188-1191.

 

Baudisch P, et al. Drag- and -Pop and Drag- and -Pick: Techniques for Accessing Remote Screen Content on Touch- and Pen- operated Systems. INTERACT 2003; 57-64.

Baudisch P, et al. Mouse Ether: Accelerating the Acquisition of Targets Across Multi-Monitor Displays. CHI 2004 (Vienna, Austria), ACM; 1379-1382.

 

Benko H and Feiner S. Multi-Monitor Mouse. CHI 2005 (Portland, OR), ACM; 1208-1211.

 

Guimbretiere F, Stone M, and Winograd T. Fluid Interaction with High-resolution Wall-size Displays. UIST 2001 (Orlando, FL), ACM; 21-30.

 

Khan A, et al. A Remote Control Interface for Large Displays. UIST 2004 (Sante Fe, NM), ACM; 127-136.

 

Po BA, Fisher BD, and Booth KS. Comparing Cursor Orientations for Mouse, Pointer, and Pen Interaction. CHI 2005 (Portland, Oregon), ACM; 291-300.

 

Architectural Issues

Humphreys G and Hanrahan P. A Distributed Graphics System for Large Tiled Displays. Visualization 1999 (San Francisco, CA), IEEE; 215-223.

 

Humphreys G, et al. WireGL: A Scalable Graphics System for Clusters. Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques 2001, ACM; 129-140.

 

Humphreys G, et al. Chromium: A Stream-Processing Framework for Interactive Rendering on Clusters. Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques 2002 (San Antonio, Texas), ACM; 693-702.

 

Staadt OG, et al. A Survey and Performance Analysis of Software Platforms for Interactive Cluster-Based Multi-Screen Rendering. Workshop on Virtual Environments 2003 (Zurich, Switzerland), ACM; 261-270.

 

Form factors/bezels

Mackinlay JD and Heer J. Wideband Displays: Mitigating Multiple Monitor Seams. CHI 2004 (Vienna, Austria), ACM; 1521-1524.


Su R and Bailey BP. Put Them Where? Towards Guidelines for Positioning Large Displays in Interactive Workspaces. INTERACT 2005 (Rome, Italy).

 

Tan DS and Czerwinski M. Effects of Visual Separation and Physical Discontinuities when Distributing Information across Multiple Displays. INTERACT 2003, IOS Press; 252-255.

 

Yang R, et al. PixelFlex: A Reconfigurable Multi-Projector Display System. Visualization 2001 (San Diego, CA), IEEE; 167-174.

 

Hardware/Software

Baudisch P, et al. Keeping Things in Context: A Comparative Evaluation of Focus Plus Context Screens, Overviews, and Zooming. CHI 2002 (Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA), ACM; 259-266.

 

Sandstrom TA, Henze C, and Levit C. The Hyperwall. CMV 2003 (London), IEEE; 124-133.


Applications (especially Geospatial)

Cartwright W. New Media and Their Application to the Production of Map Products. Computers & Geosciences 1997; 23(4): 447-456.

Jedrysik PA, et al. Interactive Displays for Command and Control. Aerospace 2000 (Big Sky, MT, USA), IEEE; 341-351.

 

Slocum TA, et al. Cognitive and Usability Issues in Geovisualization. Cartography and Geographic Information Science 2001; 28(1): 61-75.

 

Wei B, et al. Visualization Research with Large Displays [analysis of communication networks and services]. Computer Graphics and Applications 2000; 20(4): 50-54.

 

Collaboration Issues

Tse E and Greenberg S. Rapidly Prototyping Single Display Groupware throught the SDG Toolkit. Australasian User Interface 2004 (Dunedin, New Zealand), ACM; 101-110.