1st Intenational ICST Conference on Immersive Telecommunications & Workshops

Research Article

Spontaneous Interaction on Context-Aware Public Display: An NFC and Infrared Sensor approach

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.4108/ICST.IMMERSCOM2007.2253,
        author={Gabriel Chavira and Salvador Nava and Ram\^{o}n Herv\^{a}s and Jos\^{e} Bravo and Carlos S\^{a}nchez},
        title={Spontaneous Interaction on Context-Aware Public Display: An NFC and Infrared Sensor approach},
        proceedings={1st Intenational ICST Conference on Immersive Telecommunications \& Workshops},
        proceedings_a={IMMERSCOM},
        year={2010},
        month={5},
        keywords={Public display NFC Interaction.},
        doi={10.4108/ICST.IMMERSCOM2007.2253}
    }
    
  • Gabriel Chavira
    Salvador Nava
    Ramón Hervás
    José Bravo
    Carlos Sánchez
    Year: 2010
    Spontaneous Interaction on Context-Aware Public Display: An NFC and Infrared Sensor approach
    IMMERSCOM
    ICST
    DOI: 10.4108/ICST.IMMERSCOM2007.2253
Gabriel Chavira1,*, Salvador Nava1,*, Ramón Hervás2,*, José Bravo2,*, Carlos Sánchez3,*
  • 1: Faculty of Engineering Autonomous University of Tamaulipas Tampico, México
  • 2: MAmI Research Group Castilla-La Mancha University Ciudad Real, Spain
  • 3: CCNT-Spain
*Contact email: gchavira@uat.edu.mx, snava@uat.edu.mx, ramon.hlucas@uclm.es, jose.bravo@uclm.es, carlos.barba@ccnt-spain.com

Abstract

Public Display offers an excellent conduit for automatic delivery of information in an intelligent environment that is tailored to the user. We have detected some situations in which some kind of interaction with public displays is needed. The objective should require minimum interactive effort on the part of the user. In this work we present our experience when we tested two forms of interacting with public displays: Infrared sensors, to detect a sweep of the hand over the sensor; and a Near Field Communication (NFC) enabled cell phone, which used a mobile keyboard to carry out the interaction.