N. Chang

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Central to capturing a trip is knowing where you were, and when you were there. Combining continuous path data with media (Path-Enhanced Media or PEM) offers substantial advantages over the previous approach of tagging individual media with time and location. Prototype systems , collectively called PathMarker, are used for gathering , editing, presenting(More)
Tagging digital media, such as photos and videos, with capture time and location information has previously been proposed to enhance its organization and presentation. We believe that the full path traveled during media capture, rather than just the media capture locations, provides a much richer context for understanding and " reliving " a trip experience,(More)
Does stereoscopic information improve visual search? We know that attention can be guided efficiently by stereopsis, for example, to the near target among far distractors (Nakayama and Silverman, 1986), but, when searching through a real scene, does it help if that scene is presented stereoscopically? Certainly, scenes appear to be more vividly real in 3D.(More)
Tagging digital media, such as photos and videos, with capture time and location i nformation has previously been proposed to enhance its organization and presentation. We believe that the full path traveled during media capture, rather than just the media capture locations, provides a much richer context for understanding and "re-living" a trip experience,(More)
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