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Lucid demonstrator: Messageboard Blogspot

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  • 1. A knowledge-sharing event investigating current opportunities and the future of context-aware information delivery on mobile devices. Blogspot messageboard
  • 2. video
  • 3. Aims
    • localised blogging application to gather user feedback about a specific location
    • enable and explore co-located user interaction
    • ephemeral (not connected to broader internet)
    • visualisation of data – how does it encourage people to interact?
  • 4. Approach
    • UMPC web server / db
    • wireless router
    • mobile web form to post text/images
    • content published in XML
    • client parses XML; rich visualisation
    • multiple clients possible
  • 5. Demonstrator overview
    • Back-end: ASP.NET, IIS, SQL server
    • Visualisation: processing (processing.org)
      • Java-based
      • rapid prototyping
      • BCU design students
        • Alex, Sarah, Tommy
  • 6. Demonstrator: detail
    • Implemented at Flatpack Festival Floodgate Kino
    • Simple form entry to contribute text and photos
  • 7. Demonstrator: detail
  • 8. Issues
    • moderation / admin
    • stand-alone – needs to be easy for non-technical people to reset
    • wi-fi enabled devices < Bluetooth
    • running RIAs on UMPCs
  • 9. Issues - users
    • still confusion over technology
      • “ how do I tell if my phone has wi-fi?”
      • “ I don’t want to be charged”
      • “ how do I send a text to it?”
    • CTA needs to be clear
  • 10. Conclusions
    • decoupled (XML) data interchange made development easier
    • positive feedback from users - more use for photos than messages
    • still no generally accepted mobile interaction “norms”
    • explore gaming / more interactive aspects
  • 11. Next steps
    • implement elsewhere / events
    • different CTAs
    • explore difference publishing front end on internet makes

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