• Tabletop Interaction Beyond Touch – Interaction On, Above, Around, and Across Tabletop Surfaces
    Chi Tai Dang
    Dissertation 2016, Augsburg University (Germany)

    Interactive or digital tabletops are table-like embedded computing systems, which provide a large unified display and input surface. Touch input and tangible artifacts on the tabletop surface represent the most prominent, thus, most often implemented input mechanisms. However, digital tabletops provide much more potential for interaction techniques…
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  • Private Focus Portals to Shared Energy Visualizations
    Chi-Tai Dang, Masood Masoodian, Elisabeth André
    Adjunct Conference Proceedings of INTERACT 2015, INTERACT Workshop on Fostering Smart Energy Applications (Bamberg, Germany)

    Large interactive displays provide potential platforms for collaborative visualizations to support groups of co-located people in interacting with shared information spaces…
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  • A Multi-Display System for Deploying and Controlling Home Automation
    Yucheng Jin, Chi-Tai Dang, Christian Prehofer, Elisabeth André
    Proceedings of the 9th Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces (ITS 2014)

    In this paper, we present a concept of using a home devices mashup tool to wire home devices on a tabletop display in combination with web based UIs on mobile devices to control home devices.
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  • A Framework for the Development of Multi-Display Environment Applications Supporting Interactive Real-Time Portals
    Chi-Tai Dang, Elisabeth André
    Proceedings of the 6th Conference on Engineering Interactive Computing Systems (EICS 2014)
    Advances in multi-touch enabled interactive tabletops led to many commercially available products and were increasingly deployed at places beyond research labs, for example at exhibitions, retail stores, or showrooms. At the same time, small multi-touch devices, such as tablets or smartphones, became prevalent in our daily life. When considering both trends, occasions and scenarios where tabletop systems and mobile devices form a coupled interaction space are expected to become increasingly widespread.
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  • TabletopCars – Interaction with Active Tangible Remote Controlled Cars
    Chi Tai Dang and Elisabeth André
    Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction (TEI 2013)

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  • Natural interaction with culturally adaptive virtual characters
    Felix Kistler, Birgit Endrass, Ionut Damian, Chi Tai Dang and Elisabeth André
    Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces

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  • Usage and Recognition of Finger Orientation for Multi-Touch Tabletop Interaction
    Chi Tai Dang and Elisabeth André
    Proceedings of the 13th Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT 2011)

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  • Surface-Poker: Multimodality in Tabletop Games
    Chi Tai Dang, Elisabeth André
    Proccedings of ITS ’10 ACM International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces

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  • Hand Distinction for Multi-Touch Tabletop Interaction
    Chi Tai Dang, Martin Straub, Elisabeth André
    ITS ’09 Proceedings of the ACM International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces

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  • Model-Driven Development of Adaptive Applications with Self-Adaptive Mobile Processes
    Holger Schmidt, Chi Tai Dang, Sascha Gessler and Franz J. Hauck
    OTM ’09 Proceedings of the Confederated International Conferences, CoopIS, DOA, IS, and ODBASE 2009 on On the Move to Meaningful Internet Systems: Part I

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  • Interaction via tangibles and virtuals in a tabletop application
    Adrian Klein, Nurije Ljaci, Andreas Budde, Chi Tai Dang and Elisabeth André
    Poster at IEEE Tabletop 2008 (Conference DVD)


  • Proxy-based Security for the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP)
    Holger Schmidt, Chi Tai Dang and Franz J. Hauck
    ICSNC ’07 Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Systems and Networks Communications, pp. 42

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