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NFC Heroes - Observing NFC Adoption through a Mobile Trading Card Game
NFC Heroes - Observing NFC Adoption through a Mobile Trading Card Game
NFC Heroes - Observing NFC Adoption through a Mobile Trading Card Game
NFC Heroes - Observing NFC Adoption through a Mobile Trading Card Game
NFC Heroes - Observing NFC Adoption through a Mobile Trading Card Game
NFC Heroes - Observing NFC Adoption through a Mobile Trading Card Game
NFC Heroes - Observing NFC Adoption through a Mobile Trading Card Game
NFC Heroes - Observing NFC Adoption through a Mobile Trading Card Game
NFC Heroes - Observing NFC Adoption through a Mobile Trading Card Game
NFC Heroes - Observing NFC Adoption through a Mobile Trading Card Game
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Near-field Communication (NFC) technology finally is starts to proliferate on modern smartphones, enabling researchers to conduct research in the large in the real world. The research question for this work is to learn about the distribution of NFC tags in the wild. As there is, for good and for bad, no central registry or database of NFC tags, we propose a game-based approach to capture the adoption of NFC solutions and technologies.
We report on the development process and the lessons learnt from developing a NFC-based game. We present describe the game logic and implementation, share our experiences from two release cycles on Google’s Play Store and finally report on initial results and lessons learnt during the whole process.

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  1. 1. Institute for Media Technology Distributed Multimodal Information Processing Group Technische Universität MünchenPaper Reference!  Please find the associated paper at: https://vmi.lmt.ei.tum.de/publications/2012/nfcheroes_v02_preprint.pdf!  Please cite this work as follows: L. Murmann, F. Michahelles, M. Kranz NFC Heroes - Observing NFC Adoption through a Mobile Trading Card Game In: 3rd workshop on Research in the large at MobileHCI 2012, San Francisco, USA, September 20122012/09/21 L. Murmann, F. Michahelles, M. Kranz
  2. 2. Institute for Media Technology Distributed Multimodal Information Processing Group Technische Universität MünchenIf you use BibTex, please use the followingentry to cite this work:@INPROCEEDINGS{Large12murmann,author={Lukas Murmann and Florian Michahelles and Matthias Kranz},title={{NFC Heroes -- Observing NFC Adoption through a Mobile Trading Card Game}},booktitle={{Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Research in the Large. Held in Conjunction with MobileHCI}},year={2012},month={Sep},pages={19--22},location={San Francisco, USA},editor={Benjamin Poppinga},abstract={Near-field Communication (NFC) technology finally starts to proliferate on modern smartphones, enablingresearchers to conduct research in the real world. The research question for this work is to learn about the distributionof NFC tags in the wild. As there is, for good and for bad, no central registry or database of NFC tags, we propose agame-based approach to capture the adoption of NFC solutions and technologies.We first report on the development process an NFC-based game. We then present the game logic andimplementation, share our experiences from two release cycles on Google’s Play Store and finally report on initialresults and lessons learned during the whole process.},}2012/09/21 L. Murmann, F. Michahelles, M. Kranz

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