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TeleTables and Window Seat: Bilocative Furniture Interfaces
    Ubiquitous Computing: Design, Implementation and Usability Chpater 11, Information Science Reference, pp. 160 - 171, 2008
    People can use computationally-enhanced furniture to interact with distant friends and places without cumbersome menus or widgets. We describe computing embedded in a pair of tables and a chair that enables people to experience remote events in two ways: The TeleTables are ambient tabletop displays that connect two places by projecting shadows cast on one surface to the other. The Window Seat rocking chair through its motion controls a remote camera tied to a live video feed. Both explore using the physical space of a room and its furniture to create “bilocative” interfaces.