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Unformatted text preview: 2-1 CSCI 588Module 2b2-2Mobile HCI2-3Mobile HCIFacts There are more than 1.5 billion mobile phones that connect to the Internet.More than 60% of UKs population has mobile phones In Finland, the number of mobile phones being used are more than the countries population.Generally users change their phone every 12 months.All the above contribute to the growth and evolution of Mobile HCI technology.2-4Mobile HCIDefinition: HCI and Mobile HCIHuman-computer interaction is a discipline concerned with the design, evaluation and implementation of interactive computing systems for human use and with the study of major phenomena surrounding them. -- Jakob Neilsen. and Mobile HCI deals with the above issues for mobile devices such as PDAs, mobile phones/pagers, wrist watches, memo devices, GPS, small size embedded systems, etc.2-5Mobile HCI2-6Mobile HCIMicrosoft Tablet PC2-7Mobile HCIDesign Constraints / GuidelinesDesign constraintssmall screen sizelow screen resolutionuser's environment: glare,dirt, noise, dropped data entry is error prone & slow Small memory capacity Less powerful CPU No or small data storage Limited power consumption Slow network access speedDesign GuidelinesSpatial consistencyShow high level informationMinimize # of steps (taps)Minimize data entryOther feedback Focus on goals and optimize tasks User test because of lack of review methods or standards Concise text strings and word choice2-8UI Design ToolsHPs mBuilder, for creating mobile Web user interfaces. Allows users to manage UIs per protocol deployment, and is extremelyUseful when targeting multiple devices. It also includes a built-inSimulator for visualizing the mobile UI on several devices.2-9Oracle 8i Litehttp://www.oracle.com/mobile2-10What is Bluetooth?It is a wireless specification delivering short-range radio communication between electronic devices.Devices talk to one another by creating a common language between them. Cell phones, PDAs, pagers etc. can communicate using Bluetooth technology to form a private, personal area network (PAN). How Bluetooth OperatesDevices carrying Bluetooth technology create an automatic ad hoc PAN (personal area network) called a piconet, when in range of each other. One device acts as the "master, while other devices function as "slaves. A piconet normally carries up to eight devices. When a connection is made between Bluetooth devices, unique global Ids are shared. A device global ID indicates its profile along with capability functions.ID indicates its profile along with capability functions....
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