Experiments with Multi-modal Interfaces in a Context-Aware City Guide

  title={Experiments with Multi-modal Interfaces in a Context-Aware City Guide},
  author={Christian Borntr{\"a}ger and Keith Cheverst and Nigel Davies and Alan J. Dix and Adrian Friday and Jochen Seitz},
  booktitle={Mobile HCI},
In recent years there has been considerable research into the development of mobile context-aware applications. The canonical example of such an application is the context-aware tour-guide that offers city visitors information tailored to their preferences and environment. The nature of the user interface for these applications is critical to their success. Moreover, the user interface and the nature and modality of information presented to the user impacts on many aspects of the system’s… CONTINUE READING
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