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Eric J Horvitz, George G Robertson, Mary P Czerwinski, Brian R Meyers, Gregory R Smith: System and method that facilitates computer desktop use via scaling of displayed objects with shifts to the periphery. Microsoft Corporation, Amin Turocy & Calvin, June 10, 2008: US07386801 (63 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a system that facilitates multi-tasking in a computing environment. A focus area component defines a focus area within a display space—the focus area occupying a subset area of the display space area. A scaling component scales display objects as a function of proxim ...


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George G Robertson, Eric J Horvitz, Daniel C Robbins, Mary P Czerwinski, Patrick M Baudisch, Gregory R Smith, Brian R Meyers: System and method that facilitates computer desktop use via scaling of displayed objects with shifts to the periphery. Amin Turocy & Calvin, May 19, 2009: US07536650 (24 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a system that facilitates multi-tasking in a computing environment. A focus area component defines a focus area within a display space—the focus area occupying a subset area of the display space area. A scaling component scales display objects as a function of proxim ...


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George G Robertson, Eric J Horvitz, Daniel C Robbins, Gregory R Smith, Mary P Czerwinski, Patrick Markus Baudisch: System and method that facilitates computer desktop use via scaling of displayed objects with shifts to the periphery. Microsoft Corporation, Lee & Hayes PLLC, July 24, 2012: US08230359 (14 worldwide citation)

The system described herein facilitates multi-tasking in a computing environment. A focus area component defines a focus area within a display space—the focus area occupying a subset area of the display space area. A scaling component scales display objects as a function of proximity to the focus ar ...


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George G Robertson, Dugald R Hutchings, Brian R Meyers, Gregory R Smith: Scaling of displayed objects with shifts to the periphery. Microsoft Technology Licensing, June 6, 2017: US09671922

Some examples relate to facilitating multi-tasking in a computing environment. A focus area component defines a focus area within a display space—the focus area occupying a subset area of the display space area. A scaling component scales display objects as a function of proximity to the focus area, ...