Pervasive Computing in the Supermarket: Designing a Context-Aware Shopping Trolley

@article{Black2010PervasiveCI,
  title={Pervasive Computing in the Supermarket: Designing a Context-Aware Shopping Trolley},
  author={Darren Black and Nils Jakob Clemmensen and Mikael B. Skov},
  journal={IJMHCI},
  year={2010},
  volume={2},
  pages={31-43}
}
Shopping in the real world is becoming an increasingly interactive experience as stores integrate various technologies to support shoppers. Based on an empirical study of supermarket shoppers, the authors designed a mobile context-aware system called the Context-Aware Shopping Trolley (CAST). The purpose of CAST is to support shopping in supermarkets through context-awareness and acquiring user attention, thus, the authors’ interactive trolley guides and directs shoppers in the handling and… CONTINUE READING

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