We developed the Massive Mobile Multiuser (M³) framework to enable and increase interaction with public displays. The framework allows simultaneous interaction of multiple persons with a central display setup through personal mobile devices.
MMM Ball was first presented at Evoke 2015, and won the second place in the interactive competition.
Weißker, T., Berst, A., Hartmann, J., & Echtler, F. (2016, June). The massive mobile multiuser framework: enabling ad-hoc realtime interaction on public displays with mobile devices. In Proceedings of the 5th ACM International Symposium on Pervasive Displays (pp. 168-174). (PDF)
Weißker, T., Berst, A., Hartmann, J., & Echtler, F. (2016, May). MMM ball: Showcasing the massive mobile multiuser framework. In Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 3796-3799). (PDF)
The documented code of the project can be found on github.
- Jun.-Prof. Dr. Florian Echtler (Supervisor)
- Tim Weißker (Contributor: Development, Testing, Documentation)
- Andreas Berst (Contributor: Development, Testing, Documentation)
- Johannes Harmann (Contributor: Development, Testing, Documentation)