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On the Impact of Non-flat Screens on the Interaction with Public Displays.



With decreasing prices for display technologies and bendable displays becoming commercially available, novel forms of public displays in arbitrary shapes emerge. However, different shapes impact on how users behave in the vicinity of such displays and how they interact with them. With our research we take a first step towards exploring these novel displays. We present findings from an initial study with cylindrical displays and discuss to what extent findings can be generalized towards other forms of public displays.