Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
Flo Güldenpfennig, W. Reitberger, G. Fitzpatrick:
"Capturing rich media through media objects on smartphones";
Talk: OzCHI 2012 (Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference),
- 2012-11-30; in: "Proceedings of the 24th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference",
New mobile phones with built-in sensors provide the opportunity to easily capture vast amounts of multimedia data. In this paper we present a file format to explore new ways of relating digital content: the media object (mob). Mob was designed as a tool for serving three concerns: first, to provide the user with an object structure that allows them to capture and associate multimedia and contextual data (photo, video, text, locations and so forth) especially on mobile phones; second, to put them in a creative frame of mind when recording media; third, to learn more about peoples' common practices as well as desires around digital photography and digital support for memory. We report on an exploratory user study featuring 7 participants over 2-5 weeks and conclude with a set of future requirements.
archival; creativity; data capture; digital photography; memory; mobile phones; multimedia; research through design; smartphones
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