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An adaptive training-free feature tracker for mobile phones

Jan Herling, Wolfgang Broll
2010 Proceedings of the 17th ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and Technology - VRST '10  
However, most existing approaches do not yet achieve sufficient frame rates for AR on mobile phones or at least require an extensive training phase in advance.  ...  In contrast to other feature based approaches on mobile phones, our implementation may immediately track features captured from a photo without any training.  ...  The adaptive tracker starts with an initial number of features n to be used and a lower and upper boundary for n.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1889863.1889868 dblp:conf/vrst/HerlingB10 fatcat:kqa7dehuwzhile76jpjncj72li

Adaptive intervention design in mobile health: Intervention design and development in the Cell Phone Intervention for You trial

Pao-Hwa Lin, Stephen Intille, Gary Bennett, Hayden B Bosworth, Leonor Corsino, Corrine Voils, Steven Grambow, Tony Lazenka, Bryan C Batch, Crystal Tyson, Laura P Svetkey
2015 Clinical Trials  
The prominence and increasing functionality of mobile phones may provide an opportunity to deliver longitudinal and scalable weight management interventions in young adults.  ...  The aim of this article is to describe the design and development of the intervention tested in the Cell Phone Intervention for You study and to highlight the importance of adaptive intervention design  ...  For example, the healthy meal tracker was developed as an alternative to the detailed food tracker.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1740774515597222 pmid:26229119 pmcid:PMC4643384 fatcat:gv4lxnnqhbfyxdzuhdvh4d6cae

Forecasting user attention during everyday mobile interactions using device-integrated and wearable sensors

Julian Steil, Philipp Müller, Yusuke Sugano, Andreas Bulling
2018 Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services - MobileHCI '18  
Visual attention is highly fragmented during mobile interactions, but the erratic nature of attention shifts currently limits attentive user interfaces to adapting after the fact, i.e. after shifts have  ...  We study the impact of different feature sets on performance and discuss the significant potential but also remaining challenges of forecasting user attention during mobile interactions.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank all participants for their help with the data collection, as well as Preeti Dolakasharia, Nahid Akhtar and Muhammad Muaz Usmani for their help with the annotation  ... 
doi:10.1145/3229434.3229439 dblp:conf/mhci/SteilMSB18 fatcat:hgsflge6knez7i43az5upjaltq

A Mobile-Based Community Health Management Information System for Community Health Workers and Their Supervisors in 2 Districts of Zambia

Godfrey Biemba, Boniface Chiluba, Kojo Yeboah-Antwi, Vichaels Silavwe, Karsten Lunze, Rodgers K Mwale, Scott Russpatrick, Davidson H Hamer
2017 Global Health: Science and Practice Journal  
The platform used simple feature mobile phones on which were loaded the District Health Information System version 2 (DHIS2) software and Java 2 platform micro edition (J2ME) aggregation and tracker applications  ...  A total of 40 CHWs and 20 CHW supervisors received mobile phones with data bundles and training in the mobile application, after which they implemented the program over a period of 5.5 months, from February  ...  We are grateful to Kenya Murray, Senior Research Associate at ZCAHRD, for her assistance in the developing the mHealth training curriculum and Kaluba Mataka, Project Director for a maternity waiting homes  ... 
doi:10.9745/ghsp-d-16-00275 pmid:28855233 pmcid:PMC5620344 fatcat:oqayewjixzdy7hi37lfgluvusq

Supporting casual interactions between board games on public tabletop displays and mobile devices

Florian Echtler, Simon Nestler, Andreas Dippon, Gudrun Klinker
2009 Personal and Ubiquitous Computing  
Most of these users can be expected to carry a mobile phone or PDA, which nowadays offers significant computing capabilities of its own.  ...  We first explore a method to track mobile phones that are placed on a horizontal interactive surface by examining the shadows which are cast on the surface.  ...  Obviously, these values are dependent on the mobile phone as well as the Bluetooth adapter in use.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00779-009-0246-3 fatcat:updexqny6fhvjmhigldue5m4ca

The mobile fitness coach: Towards individualized skill assessment using personalized mobile devices

Matthias Kranz, Andreas Möller, Nils Hammerla, Stefan Diewald, Thomas Plötz, Patrick Olivier, Luis Roalter
2013 Pervasive and Mobile Computing  
In two iterations, we used principal component breakdown analysis (PCBA) and criteria-based scores for individualized and personalized automated feedback on the phone, with the goal to track training quality  ...  Qualitative feedback on the system was collected in a user study, and the system showed good evaluation results in an evaluation against manual expert assessments of videorecorded trainings.  ...  Endomondo Sports Tracker, SportsTracking Sports Tracker, Adidas miCoach, RunKeeper Free, Cardio Trainer, AndAndo, JEFit, C25K, Daily Ab Workout Free, Body Fitness, Abs & Core, Workout Coach, Fitness Expert  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pmcj.2012.06.002 fatcat:dlfn2sqfnne6pae6ngsxn5xv5u

Accelerating eye movement research via accurate and affordable smartphone eye tracking

Nachiappan Valliappan, Na Dai, Ethan Steinberg, Junfeng He, Kantwon Rogers, Venky Ramachandran, Pingmei Xu, Mina Shojaeizadeh, Li Guo, Kai Kohlhoff, Vidhya Navalpakkam
2020 Nature Communications  
We show that the accuracy of our method is comparable to state-of-the-art mobile eye trackers that are 100x more expensive.  ...  Little is known about eye movement behavior on phones, despite their pervasiveness and large amount of time spent.  ...  In addition, a binary of the trained neural network of the base model is available for academic purposes upon reasonable request from the corresponding author [V.N.].  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41467-020-18360-5 pmid:32917902 fatcat:5socnjipczdkdcfedfrvghw6le

Pose tracking from natural features on mobile phones

Daniel Wagner, Gerhard Reitmayr, Alessandro Mulloni, Tom Drummond, Dieter Schmalstieg
2008 2008 7th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality  
In this paper we present two techniques for natural feature tracking in real-time on mobile phones.  ...  This renders both original designs unsuitable for mobile phones. We give detailed descriptions on how we modified both approaches to make them suitable for mobile phones.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors thank Vincent Lepetit and the computer vision group at EPFL for sample code and discussions regarding the Ferns implementation.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ismar.2008.4637338 dblp:conf/ismar/WagnerRMDS08 fatcat:6cy5opah7vb7nifkxjq4xhunfi

Designing for scale: optimising the health information system architecture for mobile maternal health messaging in South Africa (MomConnect)

Christopher Seebregts, Pierre Dane, Annie Neo Parsons, Thomas Fogwill, Debbie Rogers, Marcha Bekker, Vincent Shaw, Peter Barron
2018 BMJ Global Health  
Analysis To cite: Seebregts C, Dane P, Parsons AN, et al. Designing for scale: optimising the health information system architecture for mobile maternal health messaging in South Africa (MomConnect).  ...  PB led the mobile maternal health task team on behalf of the NDoH from inception and provided critical inputs to the design and development of the technical platform as well as final sign-off.  ...  AbsTrACT MomConnect is a national initiative coordinated by the South African National Department of Health that sends text-based mobile phone messages free of charge to pregnant women who voluntarily  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjgh-2017-000563 pmid:29713506 pmcid:PMC5922467 fatcat:s6pj6rdqfnbpdjktuuh4u3kbn4

The role of speech input in wearable computing

T.E. Starner
2002 IEEE pervasive computing  
Most commercial speech recognizers are trained for dictation in an office envi-ronment and fail miserably when used in a noisy mobile environment.  ...  SPEECH INTERFACES ARE NOT THE HOLY GRAIL FOR WEARABLES Many commercial wearable computer companies have promoted the combination of speech recognition and a head-up display as an ideal hands-free interface  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2002.1037727 fatcat:5qnwfoj2s5aehovb523pdopekq

The past, present, and future of gaze-enabled handheld mobile devices

Mohamed Khamis, Florian Alt, Andreas Bulling
2018 Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services - MobileHCI '18  
the promise of pervasive eye tracking and eye-based interaction on off-the-shelf mobile devices.  ...  This work provides the first holistic view on the past, present, and future of eye tracking on handheld mobile devices.  ...  Biedert et al. used an eye tracker intended for desktop settings to track eyes of mobile device users while reading text on smartphones [9] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/3229434.3229452 dblp:conf/mhci/KhamisAB18 fatcat:wzebnfzaabfgbnwe7cmdumlnwu

mHealth VR Can Transform Mental Health

Brenda K. Wiederhold
2015 Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking  
British developer David Crane is using his app Smoke Free (Android, iOS) as an ongoing experiment to help find out what helps people quit, by providing additional features on a random basis to users.  ...  In a recent study, VR worlds that had been clinically validated were ported to a mobile phone platform.  ... 
doi:10.1089/cyber.2015.29002.bkw pmid:26167833 pmcid:PMC4507131 fatcat:zwg625eayfgzdfwinlaeqrd4iu

Real-time panoramic mapping and tracking on mobile phones

Daniel Wagner, Alessandro Mulloni, Tobias Langlotz, Dieter Schmalstieg
2010 2010 IEEE Virtual Reality Conference (VR)  
on mobile phones.  ...  ABSTRACT We present a novel method for the real-time creation and tracking of panoramic maps on mobile phones.  ...  Hence, unlike other trackers, this tracking approach is generally drift-free.  ... 
doi:10.1109/vr.2010.5444786 dblp:conf/vr/WagnerMLS10 fatcat:wgc25b5gizdcnffguiips473f4

On the impact of real-time feedback on users' behaviour in mobile location-sharing applications

Lukasz Jedrzejczyk, Blaine A. Price, Arosha K. Bandara, Bashar Nuseibeh
2010 Proceedings of the Sixth Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security - SOUPS '10  
We explored the role of real-time feedback in the context of Buddy Tracker, a mobile location-sharing application.  ...  This paper reports results of our investigation into the efficacy of realtime feedback as a mechanism for incorporating these features of social translucence in location-sharing applications, in order  ...  We also thank the UK EPSRC for funding the Privacy Rights Management for Mobile Applications (PRiMMA) project (EPSRC Grant # EP/F024037/1) of which the work reported here forms a part.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1837110.1837129 dblp:conf/soups/JedrzejczykPBN10 fatcat:hl2scqolbrgencj2znow3utamu

ARTiFICe - Augmented Reality Framework for Distributed Collaboration

Annette Mossel, Christian Schönauer, Georg Gerstweiler, Hannes Kaufmann
2012 International Journal of Virtual Reality  
This paper introduces a flexible and powerful software framework based on an off the shelf game engine which is used to develop distributed and collaborative virtual and augmented reality applications.  ...  Applications are presented on mobile, desktop and immersive systems using low cost 6-DOF input devices (Microsoft Kinect, Razer Hydra, SpaceNavigator), that we integrated into our framework.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We especially thank our former colleague Mathis Csisinko for his extensive contribution to developing the first prototype.  ... 
doi:10.20870/ijvr.2012.11.3.2845 fatcat:umdhlgs4uzfzpmnqawxsh5ukia
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