A Presentation Support System by Expanding Embodiment With a Mobile Touchscreen Device
Most of the people make presentations by using tools such as pointers. However, the use of information devices such as laser pointers and mice can restrict the presenter's embodied motions and actions. In this paper, the authors propose a presentation support system that can expand embodiment by using a portable touch screen device. First, they develop a prototype of the system by using an iPhone, and then, they perform experimental evaluation. Next, they perform the evaluation of the modes of PPTouch, and the effectiveness of the system in various situations is clarified. Then, they perform comparison with conventional pointers, and evaluation by participants.