Per Persson, Jussi Karlgren, Panu Korhonen, …


Expressive Messaging on Mobile Platforms


Figure Fehler! Unbekanntes Schalterargument. Sample  MoodML  an internal format for expressively enhanced multi-modal messages [link 01]

Figure Fehler! Unbekanntes Schalterargument. Sample MoodML an internal format for expressively enhanced multi-modal messages

Kurzdarstellung

Kurzbeschreibung

This paper presents design requirements for expressive, avatar-based multi-modal messaging on mobile platforms. It is argued that expressive messaging needs to exploit context of peers, embodied appearance and behavior, in combination with text. Our approach allows strong expressiveness and yet simple, on-the-fly message compositions required in a mobile, noisy setting. Technical challenges for a user ready prototype are sketched. It is argued that the context of usage between work-related stationary terminals and mobile ones is radically different.

KünstlerInnen / AutorInnen

  • Per Persson
  • Jussi Karlgren, HUMLE laboratory, Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS), Box 1263, 164 29 Kista, Sweden
  • Panu Korhonen, Nokia Research Center, Helsinki, Finland
  • Janet Galore, Honkworm, Seattle, U.S.
  • Mark Tierney, room33, Stockholm, Sweden
  • Chad Redmon, Honkworm, Seattle, U.S.
  • Juha Hemánus, Nokia Research Center, Helsinki, Finland

MitarbeiterInnen

  • Peter Lönnqvist, HUMLE laboratory, Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS), Box 1263, 164 29 Kista, Sweden
  • Jarmo Laaksolahti, HUMLE laboratory, Swedish Institute of Computer Science (SICS), Box 1263, 164 29 Kista, Sweden

Entstehung

Deutschland, 2001

Eingabe des Beitrags

per persson, 15.06.2001

Kategorie

  • Forschungsprojekt

Schlagworte

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Ergänzungen zur Schlagwortliste

  • Automation/Direct Manipulation |
  • SMS |
  • Avatar |
  • Synchronous/Asynchronous communication |
  • Mobile devices |
  • Expressive messaging |
  • Multi-modality
  • › cast01//Living in Mixed Realities [link 02]

» http://www.sics.se/h…/projects/expressmess [link 03]

  • › PDF File [709 KB ] [link 04]