Mobile Media Metadata: The Future of Mobile Imaging (02 Apr 2004)
The devices and usage context of consumer digital photography are undergoing rapid transformation from the traditional camera-to-desktop-to-network image pipeline to an integrated mobile imaging experience. In 2003, more camera phones were sold than digital cameras worldwide. The ascendancy of mobile media capture devices makes possible a significant new paradigm for digital imaging because, unlike traditional digital cameras, camera phones integrate capture, programmable processing, networking, and rich user interaction capabilities in one mobile device. We will discuss our Mobile Media Metadata prototype (MMM) which leverages the spatio-temporal context and social community of media capture to infer media content.
Article URL: http://hci.stanford.edu/seminar/abstracts/03-04/040402-davis.html
(Marc Davis, UC Berkeley)
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