3D Mobile, Context-Aware City Tourism Applications        Zornitza Yovcheva      zyovcheva@bournemouth.ac.uk       John Ke...
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Maps – navigate, learn, rank and decideMaps – navigate, learn, rank and decide                                          3
Maps – navigate, learn, rank and decideMaps – navigate, learn, rank and decide 3D maps are intuitive and immersive  3D map...
Maps – navigate, learn, rank and decideMaps – navigate, learn, rank and decide 3D maps are intuitive and immersive  3D map...
User                          UserSystem          Network   System                 Network     DESKTOP USER               ...
User                                       UserSystem             Network      System                     Network     DESK...
User                               Traffic   Weather                     Time of                       Duration           ...
User                               Traffic   Weather                     Time of                       Duration           ...
The relevant context is unknownThe relevant context is unknown Its influence on the design of  Its influence on the design...
Research Aim   The main aim of this study is to       establish a framework        for effective design ofadaptive 3D map-...
Objectives  To identify the contextualparameters that influence the   use of 3D mobile maps              Research Aim     ...
WHAT IS IT?                                 WHY?                               Focuses on actual user needs, goals        ...
Analyze Requirements     Design Alternatives          Evaluate Design    1st STAGE                             2nd STAGE  ...
Previous Work and            Heuristic evaluation                          Field studiesAnalyze Requirements              ...
Identification of user requirements   for mobile context-awareinformation systems for urban           tourism.   Identific...
Information systems               development theory           with innovation in the overall                  design proc...
zyovcheva@bournemouth.ac.ukJohn Kent Institute in TourismBournemouth University, UK                                 18
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3D context-aware mobile maps for tourism - ENTER2011 PhD Workshop

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This is the presentation I delivered at ENTER2011 presenting the work I started with at the John Kent Institute in Tourism, Bournemouth University. The proposal I submitted there won the first prize of the PhD Workshop. Even though my ideas have changed since then I really like this presentation as it explains what I was planning to focus on then - three dimensional maps and how we can make them more context aware and adaptive.

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3D context-aware mobile maps for tourism - ENTER2011 PhD Workshop

  1. 1. 3D Mobile, Context-Aware City Tourism Applications Zornitza Yovcheva zyovcheva@bournemouth.ac.uk John Kent Institute in Tourism Bournemouth University, UK
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  3. 3. Maps – navigate, learn, rank and decideMaps – navigate, learn, rank and decide 3
  4. 4. Maps – navigate, learn, rank and decideMaps – navigate, learn, rank and decide 3D maps are intuitive and immersive 3D maps are intuitive and immersive 4
  5. 5. Maps – navigate, learn, rank and decideMaps – navigate, learn, rank and decide 3D maps are intuitive and immersive 3D maps are intuitive and immersive 3D mobile maps are now feasible 3D mobile maps are now feasibleProblems even for experiences 3D users Problems even for experiences 3D users 5
  6. 6. User UserSystem Network System Network DESKTOP USER MOBILE USER 6
  7. 7. User UserSystem Network System Network DESKTOP USER MOBILE USER Context-aware system – uses context to provide relevant information and/or services to the user, where relevancy depends on the user’s task. 7
  8. 8. User Traffic Weather Time of Duration year of stay Events InterestsSystem Network Group Current interests location Reviews Dist. by other b/n loc. MOBILE TOURIST 8
  9. 9. User Traffic Weather Time of Duration year of stay Events InterestsSystem Network Group Current interests location Reviews Dist. by other b/n loc. MOBILE TOURIST 9
  10. 10. The relevant context is unknownThe relevant context is unknown Its influence on the design of Its influence on the design of 3D mobile maps is unknown 3D mobile maps is unknown 10
  11. 11. Research Aim The main aim of this study is to establish a framework for effective design ofadaptive 3D map-based applications on mobile devices. 11
  12. 12. Objectives To identify the contextualparameters that influence the use of 3D mobile maps Research Aim The main aim of this study is toTo develop a model reflecting establish a framework the dependency b/n context for effective design of and map variables adaptive 3D map-based applications on mobile devices. To extend the model with alternative design techniquesTo develop a framework foreffective design of 3D mobile maps 12
  13. 13. WHAT IS IT? WHY? Focuses on actual user needs, goals and abilities Make sure that users get what they want and need Users can work in an efficient and easy way HOW? HOW Early focus on the users Active involvement of users Iterative design 13
  14. 14. Analyze Requirements Design Alternatives Evaluate Design 1st STAGE 2nd STAGE 3rd STAGE Literature Literature Heuristics, guidelines Heuristics, guidelines Video conferencing Video conferencing On-line survey On-line survey Prototyping Prototyping Heuristic evaluations Heuristic evaluations Scenarios Scenarios Interviews Interviews Cognitive walkthrough Cognitive walkthrough Personas Personas Card sorting Card sorting On-site observations On-site observations Interviews Interviews Participatory design Participatory design Usability tests Usability tests Test existing system Test existing system Goal setting Goal setting Desktop sharing Desktop sharing Field study Field study Workshops Workshops Screen logging Screen logging 14
  15. 15. Previous Work and Heuristic evaluation Field studiesAnalyze Requirements to identify potential usability to observe actual user Projects problems behaviour SCENARIOS AND PERSONAS Design Alternatives Context sensitive task Task analysis modeling Conceptual design guided Prototyping by design principles and with alternative design heuristics techniques Evaluate Design Evaluation through field usability testing Framework
  16. 16. Identification of user requirements for mobile context-awareinformation systems for urban tourism. Identification of novel design techniques for mobile context-awareinformation systems for urban tourism. 16
  17. 17. Information systems development theory with innovation in the overall design processAcademiaAcademia Industry Industry End-users End-users 17
  18. 18. zyovcheva@bournemouth.ac.ukJohn Kent Institute in TourismBournemouth University, UK 18
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