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Author Davies, Nigel, 1964- author
Title Pervasive displays : understanding the future of digital signage / Nigel Davies, Sarah Clinch, Florian Alt
Imprint San Rafael, California (1537 Fourth Street, San Rafael, CA 94901 USA) : Morgan & Claypool, 2014
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Series Synthesis lectures on mobile and pervasive computing, 1933-902X ; #11
Synthesis digital library of engineering and computer science
Synthesis lectures on mobile and pervasive computing ; #11. 1933-902X
Note Part of: Synthesis digital library of engineering and computer science
Title from PDF title page (viewed on May 20, 2014)
Series from website
Includes bibliographical references (pages 95-112)
1. Introduction -- 1.1 Pervasive displays and digital signage -- 1.2 Display hardware and characteristics -- 1.3 Lecture overview --
2. The history of pervasive displays -- 2.1 Overview -- 2.2 1980S-1990s: displays as media links -- 2.3 Mid- to late 1990s: ambient and wearable displays -- 2.3.1 Ambient displays for calm computing -- 2.3.2 Wearable pervasive displays -- 2.4 Early 2000s: pervasive displays in the workplace -- 2.4.1 Door displays -- 2.4.2 Workplace awareness -- 2.5 Early to mid-2000s: promoting social interaction and community -- 2.6 Late 2000s: networked and long-lived display deployments -- 2.6.1 Urban and rural deployments -- 2.6.2 University deployments -- 2.7 Summary --
3. Applications -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Current applications -- 3.2.1 Advertising -- 3.2.2 Information boards -- 3.2.3 Signage -- 3.2.4 Art and entertainment -- 3.3 Future applications -- 3.3.1 Emergency services -- 3.3.2 Influencing behavior -- 3.3.3 Local strawberry sale -- 3.3.4 Self-expression and personalization -- 3.3.5 Cyber-foraging: transient display use to augment mobile hardware -- 3.3.6 Personalized information -- 3.4 Analysis --
4. Audience behavior -- 4.1 Overview -- 4.2 Audience behavior models -- 4.2.1 Spatial zone models -- 4.2.2 The public interaction flow model -- 4.2.3 The audience funnel -- 4.3 Engaging users -- 4.3.1 Understanding attention -- 4.3.2 Managing attention -- 4.3.3 Communicating interactivity -- 4.3.4 Motivating further engagement -- 4.4 Observed examples of audience behavior -- 4.4.1 The sweet spot -- 4.4.2 The honeypot effect -- 4.4.3 The landing effect -- 4.5 Summary --
5. Interaction techniques -- 5.1 Overview -- 5.2 Touch -- 5.2.1 Issues in supporting touch -- 5.2.2 Touch technologies -- 5.2.3 Example applications -- 5.3 Mid-air gestures -- 5.3.1 Issues in supporting gestures -- 5.3.2 Gesture technologies -- 5.3.3 Applications and case studies -- 5.4 Mobile device interaction -- 5.4.1 Using phones for personalization -- 5.4.2 Interaction -- 5.4.3 Co-displays and cyber-foraging -- 5.4.4 Information take-away -- 5.5 Analysis --
6. Systems software -- 6.1 Overview -- 6.2 Understanding signage software -- 6.3 Software as a service and the role of the cloud -- 6.4 Content creation segment -- 6.5 Scheduling and management segment -- 6.5.1 Content scheduling -- 6.5.2 Content ingestion -- 6.5.3 Display management -- 6.6 Display segment -- 6.6.1 Key features -- 6.6.2 An example software player --
7. Research tools and techniques -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Example research areas -- 7.3 Fundamental research choices -- 7.4 Common approaches -- 7.4.1 Domain analysis -- 7.4.2 Lab and field studies -- 7.4.3 Deployments -- 7.5 Guidelines for researchers -- 7.5.1 General points -- 7.5.2 Considerations for field studies and deployments -- 7.6 Summary --
8. Case studies -- 8.1 The role of case studies -- 8.2 E-campus -- 8.2.1 Introduction -- 8.2.2 Research areas -- 8.2.3 Experiences with content creation and sharing -- 8.3 Digifieds -- 8.3.1 Design and development -- 8.3.2 Interaction techniques -- 8.3.3 Deployment and evaluation -- 8.4 Summary --
9. Conclusion -- 9.1 Recap -- 9.2 Key considerations in designing future pervasive display networks -- 9.3 The future --
Bibliography -- Authors' biographies
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Fueled by falling display hardware costs and rising demand, digital signage and pervasive displays are becoming ever more ubiquitous. Such systems have traditionally been used for advertising and information dissemination, with digital signage commonplace in shopping malls, airports and public spaces. While advertising and broadcasting announcements remain important applications, developments in sensing and interaction technologies are enabling entirely new classes of display applications that tailor content to the situation and audience of the display. As a result, signage systems are beginning to transition from simple broadcast systems to rich platforms for communication and interaction
Link Print version: 9781627053235
Subject Ubiquitous computing
Information display systems
Digital signage
COMPUTERS / Computer Literacy bisacsh
COMPUTERS / Computer Science bisacsh
COMPUTERS / Data Processing bisacsh
COMPUTERS / Hardware / General bisacsh
COMPUTERS / Information Technology bisacsh
COMPUTERS / Machine Theory bisacsh
COMPUTERS / Reference bisacsh
Digital signage. fast (OCoLC)fst01743992
Information display systems. fast (OCoLC)fst00972541
Ubiquitous computing. fast (OCoLC)fst01160283
pervasive displays
digital signage
ubiquitous computing
Electronic books
Electronic books
Alt Author Clinch, Sarah (Computer scientist), author
Alt, Florian., author
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