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Author Sato, Munehiko ♦ Suzuki, Yasuhiro ♦ Nishizaka, Shinya ♦ Hirose, Michitaka ♦ Hiyama, Atsushi ♦ Tanikawa, Tomohiro ♦ Izumihara, Atsushi ♦ Torigoe, Yusuke ♦ Nishimura, Kunihiro
Source ACM Digital Library
Content type Text
Publisher Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
File Format PDF ♦ HTM / HTML
Language English
Subject Keyword Digital public art ♦ Information visualization ♦ Public display ♦ Ubiquitous computing ♦ Urban display
Abstract The use of large visual displays in public spaces such as large buildings has become increasingly popular. Public art can make use of the characteristics and context of the site. However, it is difficult to install new displays in existing buildings because of the large, rigid hardware associated with such displays. In this article, we describe a robust, lightweight, low-profile, and fully restorable display system that can be easily and quickly installed for use in existing public buildings. We considerably reduced the number of physical components and the system weight with our proposed method, which can be optimized for any planned content. We describe the technical design and implementation of the display system and discuss some of its applications for public audiences. We then report a three-month field trial that we conducted at an airport terminal building. We discuss the advantages and effectiveness of this system in light of the field trial results.
Description Affiliation: RCAST, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Suzuki, Yasuhiro) || The University of Tokyo, Tokyo (Sato, Munehiko; Nishizaka, Shinya; Torigoe, Yusuke; Izumihara, Atsushi; Hiyama, Atsushi; Nishimura, Kunihiro; Tanikawa, Tomohiro; Hirose, Michitaka)
Age Range 18 to 22 years ♦ above 22 year
Educational Use Research
Education Level UG and PG
Learning Resource Type Article
Publisher Date 2008-03-01
Publisher Place New York
Journal Computers in Entertainment (CIE) (CIE)
Volume Number 9
Issue Number 1
Page Count 16
Starting Page 1
Ending Page 16

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