The palm zire 71 camera interface

@inproceedings{Fernandez2004ThePZ,
  title={The palm zire 71 camera interface},
  author={Ron Fernandez},
  booktitle={CHI EA '04},
  year={2004}
}
In late summer of 2002, the Palm Human Interface (HI) Team was given four months to design a digital camera interface for the Palm Zire 71 handheld computer. The project required an unusual amount of coordination between HI, product management, engineering, and hardware industrial design (ID) to find ways to extend digital photography conventions into the context of the Palm OS and the not very camera-like form factor of the typical Palm device. This case study shows the evolution of the camera… Expand
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