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Point-of-capture archiving and editing of personal experiences from a mobile device

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Point-of-capture archiving and editing of personal experiences from a mobile device
Personal experience computing is an emerging research area in computing support for capturing, archiving, editing, and utilizing of digital personal experiences. This paper presents our design, implementation, and evaluation of a mobile authoring tool called mProducer that enables everyday users to effectively and efficiently perform archiving and editing at or immediately after the point-of-capture of digital personal experiences from their camera-equipped mobile devices. This point-of-capture capability is crucial to enable immediate sharing of digital personal experiences anytime, anywhere. For example, we have seen everyday people who used handheld camcorders to capture and report their personal, eye-witnessed experiences during the September 11 event. With mProducer, they would be able to perform editing immediately after the point of capture, and then share these news-worthy, time-sensitive digital experiences on the Internet. To address the challenges in both user interface con...
Chon-in Wu, Chao-ming Teng, Yi-Chao Chen, Tung-yun
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Type Journal
Year 2007
Where PUC
Authors Chon-in Wu, Chao-ming Teng, Yi-Chao Chen, Tung-yun Lin, Hao-Hua Chu, Jane Yung-jen Hsu
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