ACM Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI), pp. 1521-1524, 2004
Wideband displays fill our field of view, creating new opportunities to develop effective visual interfaces. Although multiple monitors are becoming an affordable way to create wideband displays, the resulting seams create gaps in words and divide diagonal lines into nonaligned segments. We present several novel user interface techniques for creating seam-aware applications, showing that vendors need not wait for affordable seamless displays to exploit the potential of wideband displays.