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then we add the image, followed by comments and access to QR codes to the information window.
We only show 10 latest image posts on the map to avoid crowding and cluttering on
the map. In addition, we did not present comments on the map to keep the map
visually appealing. We believe showing comments on each image on the large
display, ends to having a noisy and ugly display so we just show the image, its
description, image name and the QR code. If someone needs to put comments on an
image, he/she can search for that image on their smartphone to view the images and
existing comments and may add their comments here.
the QR code, we used the Google QR API, to have the QR code, it is enough to use
the link as the chl input.
<img src="https://chart.googleapis.com/chart?cht=qr&chs=150x150&chl=http://localhost/" alt="qr code"/> ● 'cht' specifies the type of chart
● 'chs' specifies the charge height and width (height)x(width)
● 'chl' specifies the data to be encoded on the chart (the url we want to link to)
[retrieved from Google API] Figure 1: Screenshot from the Large Display showing three Information
windows from different loc...
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This document was uploaded on 02/14/2014 for the course CSCI 6609 at Dalhousie.
- Summer '13
- Ubiquitous Computing