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|Title:||Effects of visual scale on selection tasks|
|Abstract:||There is a wide range of display sizes available today. Smartphones have less than 10” screens, while wall displays can span a room’s entire width. Tablets, netbooks, laptops, single monitors, televisions, projectors, and multi-monitor configurations fill the range in between these extremes. To make software run on any display size, it has to be capable of adapting dynamically to the current display. The challenge then, is to understand what difficulties different display sizes create, so that solutions to these challenges can be coded into the software.|
|Appears in Collections:||Faculty Publications|
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