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TeleTables is a telepresence project that is composed of a set of interactive tables. Wireless communication between the tables allows shadows that are cast on one table to be mirrored with light on the second table.

Sitting down to eat breakfast, the surface of the table is washed with red light to reflect the abstract shadow of the cereal bowl, coffee cup, and the movement of the college freshman's arms over the frosted plexiglass surface. Three states away, at her parent's house, a dance of red lights on the surface of a similar table mirrors her actions. Her father notices the lights as he passes by and he greets her by sliding his hand over the surface of his table to generate an amber trace of light on both tables.
    researchers: Ken Camarata
    Michael Philetus Weller
    Kursat Ozenc
    Bridget Lewis

last updated 4.1.2009 by Mark D Gross

TeleTables and Window Seat: Bilocative Furniture Interfaces - pdf
Yeonjoo Oh, Ken Camarata, Michael Philetus Weller, Mark D Gross, Ellen Yi-Luen Do
Ubiquitous Computing: Design, Implementation and Usability Chpater 11, Information Science Reference, pp. 160 - 171,

CoDe Lab open house: individual posters 2006 - pdf
Eric Schweikardt
Tsung-Hsien Wang
Sherif Morad Abdelmohsen
Michael Weller, Ken Camarata,Yu-Chang Hu, Bridget Lewis, Kursat Ozenc
Yu-Chang Hu
Shaun Moon
Individual Poster3 march 07