Mobile applications for helping users to keep track of their travel experience

Rubegni, E. and Gerardi, S. and Caporali, M. (2007) Mobile applications for helping users to keep track of their travel experience. In: ECCE '07 Proceedings of the 14th European conference on Cognitive ergonomics. ACM, pp. 311-312. ISBN 9781847998491

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Motivation - This research work aims to exploit the opportunity of Tangible User Interface for improving recollection of memories using personal objects. Research approach - The project follows an approach which integrates two different perspectives: user-centred and technology-oriented. They take place in parallel informing each other during the process. Findings/Design - Connection of digital resources with physical objects while travelling improves the recollection of travel experiences and the sharing of these memories. Research limitations/Implications - Findings have not yet been applied to a more complex scenario in which many users interact with the system and exchange information while travelling. Originality/Value - This work contributes to the research on Tangible User Interface and on mobile technology for tourism.

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