Mayuree Srikulwong

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Wearable tactile navigation displays may provide an alternative or complement to mobile visual navigation displays. Landmark information may provide a useful complement to directional information for navigation, however, there has been no reported use of landmark information in tactile navigation displays. We report a study that compared two tactile display(More)
Research has shown that two popular forms of wearable tactile displays, a back array and a waist belt, can aid pedestrian navigation by indicating direction. Each type has its proponents and each has been reported as successful in experimental trials, however, no direct experimental comparisons of the two approaches have been reported. We have therefore(More)
We aim to contribute to the development of tactile-based pedestrian navigation systems that help users to navigate urban environments with minimal attention to the user-device interface. This paper describes the design and evaluation of a prototype and reports findings from (i) a lab-based study that directly compared features of two widely researched forms(More)
This research investigates representation techniques for spatial and related information in the design of tactile displays for pedestrian navigation systems. The paper reports on a user survey that identified and categorized landmarks used in pedestrian navigation in the urban context. The results show commonalities of landmark use in urban spaces(More)
This paper aims to raise awareness in the community of AmI researchers by attempting to provide a comprehensive overview of issues that relate to the current AmI HCI research. AmI vision and the end users Ami vision highlights that computers will be everywhere (in objects of various sizes, from keys to cars, to buildings). These computers will be invisibly(More)
Pervasive computing is as much about the user as it is about the technology. So, the Fifth International Conference on Pervasive Computing emphasized desirability rather than just feasibility. Featured themes included user benefits, human-computer interaction, group and social interactions, context awareness, finding and positioning people and objects, and(More)
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