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Talking Digital Cities: Connecting Heterogeneous Digital Cities Via the Universal Mobile Interface

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Talking Digital Cities: Connecting Heterogeneous Digital Cities Via the Universal Mobile Interface
This paper introduces the universal mobile interface that allows users to navigate themselves into multiple heterogeneous digital cites with a single interface. The universal mobile interface connects a map-based information search system, an image-based virtual city space, and a 3D virtual city space, that had been developed independently. A user can walk-through the above systems simultaneously, while those systems provide the user with audio descriptions of the scenes. The aims of developing the universal mobile interface are: 1) to provide a single and transparent interface that connects heterogeneous digital cities, 2) to provide audio descriptions of scenes using characteristics of each virtual city space. 1 Why the Universal Mobile Interface?
Tomoko Koda, Satoshi Nakazawa, Toru Ishida
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where DIGITALCITIES
Authors Tomoko Koda, Satoshi Nakazawa, Toru Ishida
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