Comparing conceptual designs for mobile access to geo-spatial information

Peter Fröhlich, Rainer Simon, Lynne Baillie, Hermann Anegg

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    Abstract

    Spatial information appliances (SIA), which enable mobile users to interact with the physical environment, have recently received an increasing amount of interest from the research community. This paper presents a comparative outdoor user study on conceptual designs for 4 interaction areas considered important for SIAs: selection, search, information sniffing, and remote viewing. Implications for future research are discussed.

    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Sep 2006

    Keywords

    • orientation
    • context aware computing
    • mobile computing
    • user interaction

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