Collaborative presentations and meetings are often require people to take control of the presentation on a single single large display. There is often no way to interact with the content that has been put up by a contributing member and replicating collaborative efforts can be challenging. KinectBoard is a system that allows all collaborators to interact with a large display on their mobile devices. Using Proxemity, users explicitly gain control of the board by standing up from their seat notifying others of their intent to speak. The system is intended for public student workrooms (such as those at a university library). These rooms have a typically have a non-touch display, a single computer, and hosts 2-4 collaborators.
A short survey on what people do on a large display. From the 15 responses gathered on social media, many people tend to use displays for a wide array of multimedia content which working in a group and discussing an idea being top choices.
A persona derived from the survey results. Use case: The problem he often encounters is having to share information together as a team. Multiple team members contact and work with various external contacts and need to present a brief report to the rest of the team at a meeting. Trying to gather all the files/links on a single computer can be troublesome.