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  • 1. Jani Korhonen, Timo Ojala, Annu Ristola , Manne Kesti, Vesa Kilpelanaho Mikko Koskinen,Eveliina Viippola
  • 2.
    • Mobile Fair Diary(MFD)
    • Allow housing fair customer to make personalized digital recording for later use
    • Smartphone
      • Visual code, photos, dictations and text
    • Website
      • Browsing, organizing and sharing
  • 3.
    • Retrieving and storing information at particular place at a particular moment
    • Mobile devices can store
      • Photos
      • Audio clips
      • Textual memos
      • Limited interface
    • PC
      • Superior HCI capabilities
    • Housing fair
      • Paper brochure
  • 4.
    • Visual code attached to physical object
      • Information of current location
      • Express the interest of object
      • Note upload to website
  • 5.
    • Ha¨kkila¨ and Ma¨ntyja¨rvi [7] have studied the user acceptance of location-based messages pushed to terminals, addressing the impact of the interruptions caused by the push events on users.
  • 6.
    • Build on the complementary strength of mobile phone and PC
    • Small display not easy to
      • Browsing, organizing and sharing the notes
      • Limited keyboard
      • Small data transmission capacity
      •  PC
  • 7.
    • Taking audiovisual note on the move
    • Logical contextual structure
    • Location
      • 2D visual code
      • updated
    • and time
  • 8.
    • Facilitate fluent browsing, organizing and sharing of the note
    • Left-hand frame
      • the first level codes read by the mobile phone (i.e., the houses and outdoor objects visited)
  • 9.
    • right-hand frame
      • all notes taken in chronological order
      • user can compose personal collections of notes focusing, (e.g., ‘‘kitchens’’).
  • 10.
    • Evaluated in large-scale field trial at national Finnish Housing Fair
    • Field trial setup
      • Lengthy communication with the cooperative
      • question
  • 11.
    • Test user demographics
      • 349 test users ( 121,110)
      • 169 filled questionnaire
      • Middle age
  • 12.
    • Analysis of usage of phone application
      • notes were quite evenly distributed over the houses
      • 78 notes on average
      • 24,044 photos, 1,869 indoor objects (second level visualcodes), 831 dictations and 514 text notes.
  • 13.
    • Analysis of the hybrid interface
      • all interviewees showed great enthusiasm for the service
      • ‘ A deep sigh of relief, it was so easy’’
      • ‘‘ The website contained exactly what was needed. It is good to confine the service to one purpose of use’’.
      • ‘‘ If I had realized the usefulness right from the beginning, I’d have taken more notes.’’
  • 14.
    • Unconventional enthusiastic user groups for a mobile service
      • Middle-aged women
    • Challenges of real world deployment
      • People don’t regard their phone as a portable computer
      • Business model
    • Generality and opportunity
      • JAVA
      • Collecting data