Quantity versus quality: the role of layout and interaction complexity in thumbnail-based video retrieval interfaces

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In this paper we present our findings from an experiment designed to test the effectiveness of complex, thumbnail based layouts and the interaction methods required, in video retrieval scenarios for handheld devices such as smartphones. Our evaluation explores the relationship between the number of thumbnails (Quantity) visible on screen and their… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2324796.2324849

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@inproceedings{Hrst2012QuantityVQ, title={Quantity versus quality: the role of layout and interaction complexity in thumbnail-based video retrieval interfaces}, author={Wolfgang H{\"u}rst and Dimitri Darzentas}, booktitle={ICMR}, year={2012} }