Democratizing digital content creation using mobile devices with inbuilt sensors

Dev, Kapil and Lau, Manfred (2015) Democratizing digital content creation using mobile devices with inbuilt sensors. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 35 (1). pp. 84-94. ISSN 0272-1716

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The merging of ever-burgeoning computing facilities and a variety of useful input and sensing devices is revolutionizing the paradigm of ubiquitous computing. Digital content creation applications previously dominant only on desktop computers are rapidly emerging on mobile computing platforms in response to the ongoing additions of inbuilt sensors on mobile devices. Specifically, mobile content creation has become more viable as a result of improvements in raw and graphical processing speeds, storage capacity, interaction techniques, and networking speeds. However, many fundamental challenges remain to be investigated to provide a more natural experience to both casual and professional content creators. This article introduces mobile content creation and then provides an overview of the current state of the art in the use of inbuilt sensors and input devices in a typical content production activity. Major challenges and future directions of using mobile devices with inbuilt sensors for digital content creation are presented as well.

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