PhotoMap: using spontaneously taken images of public maps for pedestrian navigation tasks on mobile devices

@inproceedings{Schning2009PhotoMapUS,
  title={PhotoMap: using spontaneously taken images of public maps for pedestrian navigation tasks on mobile devices},
  author={Johannes Sch{\"o}ning and Antonio Kr{\"u}ger and Keith Cheverst and Michael Rohs and Markus L{\"o}chtefeld and Faisal Taher},
  booktitle={Mobile HCI},
  year={2009}
}
In many mid- to large-sized cities public maps are ubiquitous. One can also find a great number of maps in parks or near hiking trails. Public maps help to facilitate orientation and provide special information to not only tourists but also to locals who just want to look up an unfamiliar place while on the go. These maps offer many advantages compared to mobile maps from services like Google Maps Mobile or Nokia Maps. They often show local landmarks and sights that are not shown on standard… CONTINUE READING
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