Lookup NU author(s): Dr Keith Cheverst,
Dr Nick Taylor
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In recent years, there has been much interest in the potential for situated displays to support sense of community. In this chapter, we describe our experiences of two significant situated display-based deployments which explore some of the issues that arise when such systems are used on a day to day basis. The first deployment described is that of the Hermes system which has been deployed and evaluated in both a University department and a domestic home setting. The second deployment is the Wray photo display which has been deployed in two locations in a rural village located in the north of England. Both deployments made strong use of user-centered design and have benefitted from longitudinal evaluation in order to provide key insights into issues of adoption and appropriation.
Author(s): Cheverst K, Taher F, Fisher M, Fitton D, Taylor N
Editor(s): Krüger, A., Kuflik, T.
Publication type: Book Chapter
Book Title: Ubiquitous Display Environments
Series Title: Cognitive Technologies
Place Published: Berlin
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