Srihathai Prammanee, Klaus Moessner, Rahim Tafazolli
With every new generation of mobile terminals, be it cell phones, PDAs, or gaming consoles, the range of features becomes wider. And the way interactive content is presented becomes increasingly diverse, yet the ways to interact with applications, the user-interface capabilities, remain restricted to a small screen, audio input and output, and occasionally a stylus pointing instrument. On the other side, the environment in which mobile communication occurs becomes ever more crowded with devices offering wide ranges of interface modalities. We designed a scheme that when a mobile user comes into the physical range of devices hosting modalities (screens/audio…
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