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    • Creating Your Bubble: Personal Space On and Around Large Public Displays 

      Wallace, James R.; Iskander, Nancy; Lank, Edward (ACM, 2016-05)
      We describe an empirical study that explores how users establish and use personal space around large public displays (LPDs). Our study complements field studies in this space by more fully characterizing interpersonal ...
    • Effect of Bezel Presence and Width on Visual Search 

      Wallace, James R.; Vogel, Daniel; Lank, Edward (Association for Computing Machinery, 2014-06)
      We investigate how the presence and width of interior bezels impacts visual search performance across tiled displays. In spite of a potential benefit from structured segmentation, we do not find significant differences in ...
    • The effect of interior bezel presence and width on magnitude judgement 

      Wallace, James R.; Vogel, Daniel; Lank, Edward (Canadian Human-Computer Communications Society, 2014-05)
      Large displays are often constructed by tiling multiple small displays, creating visual discontinuities from inner bezels that may affect human perception of data. Our work investigates how bezels impact magnitude judgement, ...
    • Subtle and Personal Workspace Requirements for Visual Search Tasks on Public Displays 

      Wallace, James R.; Ariel, Weingarten; Lank, Edward (ACM Press, 2017-05-06)
      We explore how users approach and define personal space on large, public displays. Our results show that users of public displays use one of two strategies for visual search tasks: minimizers create a small window and work ...


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