Papers have been used as an intuitive tool for supporting various activities in our daily lives such as reading, writing and drawing. On the other hand, mobile displays have also been widely used for various purposes. For connecting activities on each media seamlessly, we need fill the gap and provide an appropriate interface between the paper and the display. We proposed a novel interface named “Paperimposition” that combines a paper, a mobile tablet display with a touch panel and digital pens. When a user lays a paper on the display, the system distinguishes the paper and shows additional images according to the position and rotation of it.
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