Tero Jokela, Ming Chong, Andrés Lucero, Hans Gellersen
In our article in the March–April 2013 issue of Interactions, we discussed mobile collocated interactions and how groups of users can spontaneously combine their mobile devices to engage in rich shared activities and experiences . Examples of such situations include sharing photographs and videos within a group of friends in a cafe, presenting and collaboratively editing documents in a business meeting, and playing multiplayer games with other family members in the living room. But before collocated users can engage in such interactions, they must first connect their devices into a group. While forming a group may sound simple, it…
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