||Waldner Manuela, Pirchheim Christian, Kruijff Ernst, Schmalstieg Dieter
||IUI '10: Proceeding of the 14th international conference on Intelligent user interfaces
||Multi-display environments combine displays of various form factors into a common interaction space. Cross-display navigation techniques have to provide transitions to move the mouse pointer across display boundaries to reach distant display locations. A spatially consistent description of display relationships thereby supports fluid cross-display navigation. In this paper, we present two spatially consistent navigation techniques for seamless cross-display navigation in multi-user multi-display environments. These navigation techniques are automatically configured from a spatial model of the environment, which is generated in a camera-assisted calibration step. We describe the implementation in a distributed system and present results of a comparative experiment.