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Tele-Graffiti: A Paper-Based Remote Sketching System

Naoya Takao, Jianbo Shi, Simon Baker, Iain Matthews and Bart Nabbe
Conference Paper, Proceedings of the 8th IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision, Vol. 2, July, 2001

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Tele-Graffiti is a system allowing two or more users to communicate remotely via hand-drawn sketches. What one person writes at one site is captured using a video camera, transmitted to the other site(s), and displayed there using an LCD projector. Such a system has a variety of applications in teleconferencing and remote education. It also has a potential applications in human-computer interaction, using the paper as a combined display and input device.

author = {Naoya Takao and Jianbo Shi and Simon Baker and Iain Matthews and Bart Nabbe},
title = {Tele-Graffiti: A Paper-Based Remote Sketching System},
booktitle = {Proceedings of the 8th IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision},
year = {2001},
month = {July},
volume = {2},
address = {Vancouver, British Columbia},
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