Minimal Interaction for Mobile Tourism Computers

@inproceedings{Bristow2002MinimalIF,
  title={Minimal Interaction for Mobile Tourism Computers},
  author={Huw William Bristow and Chris Baber and James Cross and Sandra I. Woolley and Matt Jones},
  year={2002}
}
In this paper, we present two contextually-aware mobile systems: one suited to the indoor museum environment and one to outside environments. Our concern is with producing devices that involve minimal interaction. Both systems are designed to respond to changes in the user’s location to modify the information displayed, i.e., the user interacts with the information simply by moving around the environment. The systems also respond to simple speech and gestures to allow the user to navigate the… CONTINUE READING

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