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MM
2004
ACM
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From context to content: leveraging context to infer media metadata
The recent popularity of mobile camera phones allows for new opportunities to gather important metadata at the point of capture. This paper describes a method for generating metad...
Marc Davis, Simon King, Nathan Good, Risto Sarvas
MM
2004
ACM
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Mobile media metadata: metadata creation system for mobile images
In the 2003, more camera phones were sold worldwide than digital cameras. With this new platform, we can leverage regularities in the spatio-temporal context and social community ...
Marc Davis
HUC
2005
Springer
11 years 11 months ago
Preventing Camera Recording by Designing a Capture-Resistant Environment
With the ubiquity of camera phones, it is now possible to capture digital still and moving images anywhere, raising a legitimate concern for many organizations and individuals. Alt...
Khai N. Truong, Shwetak N. Patel, Jay Summet, Greg...
NORDICHI
2006
ACM
11 years 11 months ago
More than meets the eye: an exploratory study of context photography
In context photography, sensors gather real-time context information, which visually affects a photograph as it is taken. We have implemented a prototype running on standard camer...
Maria Håkansson, Lalya Gaye, Sara Ljungblad,...
MM
2006
ACM
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Cyborglogging with camera phones: steps toward equiveillance
We present “equiveillance” as a conceptual framework for understanding the balance between surveillance and sousveillance. In addition to this conceptual framework we also pre...
Steve Mann, James Fung, Raymond Lo
PERVASIVE
2007
Springer
11 years 11 months ago
Combining Web, Mobile Phones and Public Displays in Large-Scale: Manhattan Story Mashup
We present a large-scale pervasive game called Manhattan Story Mashup that combines the Web, camera phones, and a large public display. The game introduces a new form of interactiv...
Ville H. Tuulos, Jürgen Scheible, Heli Nyholm
MHCI
2009
Springer
12 years 3 days ago
Text versus speech: a comparison of tagging input modalities for camera phones
Speech and typed text are two common input modalities for mobile phones. However, little research has compared them in their ability to support annotation and retrieval of digital...
Mauro Cherubini, Xavier Anguera, Nuria Oliver, Rod...
EUROGRAPHICS
2010
Eurographics
12 years 1 months ago
TouchTone: Interactive Local Image Adjustment Using Point-and-Swipe
Recent proliferation of camera phones, photo sharing and social network services has significantly changed how we process our photos. Instead of going through the traditional dow...
Chia-Kai Liang, Wei-Chao Chen, Natasha Gelfand
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