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Privacy and Curiosity in Mobile Interactions with Public Displays.

Research output: Contribution to conferencePoster

Published

Publication date28/04/2007
Original languageEnglish

Conference

ConferenceCHI 2007 workshop on Mobile Spatial Interaction
CitySan Jose, California, USA
Period28/04/07 → …

Abstract

Personal multimedia devices like mobile phones create new needs for larger displays distributed at specific points in the environment to look up information about the current place, playing games or exchanging multimedia data. The technical prerequisites are covered; however, using public displays always exposing information. In this paper we look at these issues from the privacy as well as from the curiosity perspective with several studies showing and confirming users’ reservations against public interactions. Interactive advertisements can exploit this best using specific types of interaction techniques.