Mark Schmatz

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In this paper we introduce SYGo, an innovative hide-andseek game which is part of the AMOGA research project of the University of Bonn in cooperation with and funded by Deutsche Telekom. It is an adoption of the famous German board game Scotland Yard by Ravensburger. Besides being a location-based mobile version of Scotland Yard it comes with plenty of(More)
In recent years, mobile devices became more and more powerful, wireless Internet access is becoming standard. To support mobile applications adapting their User Interface to various, fast changing contexts, we proposed to use semantically described User Interfaces [BFKJ08]. In that paper, as well as in related research works, mainly form-based applications,(More)
Mobile devices became powerful recently and wireless Internet access is becoming standard. One important class of networked, mobile applications are location based games, making extensive use of device sensors to adapt their application logic and user interface to the numerous, spontaneous and fast changing contexts. To simplify the developers' task of(More)
In this paper we introduce Mister X mobile, an innovative hide-and-seek game which is part of the Adaptive Mobile Gaming research project of the University of Bonn in cooperation with and funded by Deutsche Telekom. It is an adoption of the famous German board game Scotland Yard by Ravensburger Spieleverlag GmbH. Besides being a location-based mobile(More)
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