Category Archives: Mobile Tech

Workshop on Entertainment Technology in Transportation against Frustration, Aggression and Irrationality

DEADLINE EXTENDED: May 20th, 2013 Workshop on “Entertainment Technology in Transportation against Frustration, Aggression and Irrationality” August 27, 2013, Munich, Germany Held in conjunction with 15th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services (MobileHCI 2013) http://workshops.icts.sbg.ac.at/mobilehci2013 ——— … Continue reading

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Updated: I-GEAR Media Appearances

For those interested in the I-GEAR project why not check out our recent media appearances. We will shortly be conducting a study of commuter study in Luxembourg, so please feel free to sign up! You get paid a small amount … Continue reading

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The Mobile Phone Turns 40

The Guardian Newspaper has an amusing photo montage of the history of the mobile phone which has just turned 40. Yes it too lived through the era of polyester and terrible music. Although not always entirely “mobile” the early Motorola … Continue reading

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Updated: Vehicular Applications and Gamification Papers

Here is a list of the main papers from this website that explore using gamification to reduce traffic congestion. The work is drawn from research in how to apply vehicular networking technology to reduce traffic congestion. The first paper explores … Continue reading

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Automotive UI Deadlines

Although not fully announced yet the full papers deadline for AutoUI (Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular applications) is the 1st June 2013. This years conference is in Eindhoven from the 27th to the 30th of October. More information can … Continue reading

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