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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 (ICCV) International Conference on Computer Vision, pp. 750, July, 2001
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Abstract

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.

BibTeX

@conference{Takao-2001-8265,
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 (ICCV) International Conference on Computer Vision},
year = {2001},
month = {July},
pages = {750},
address = {Vancouver, British Columbia},
}
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