Publication detail

On-Screen Marker Fields for Reliable Screen-To-Screen Task Migration

KAJAN, R. SZENTANDRÁSI, I. HEROUT, A. ZACHARIÁŠ, M.

Original Title

On-Screen Marker Fields for Reliable Screen-To-Screen Task Migration

English Title

On-Screen Marker Fields for Reliable Screen-To-Screen Task Migration

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Our goal is to deliver unobtrusive task migration, typically between a desktop computer and a mobile device.We propose to overlay an aesthetically acceptable marker field across (a part of) the monitor screen.  This marker field must be easily detectable even by a low-end ultramobile device, unobtrusive to the user, and easy to mix in the natural screen image.We show that Uniform Marker Fields are a good choice for this task and propose a methodology for inserting them into the screen image.The experimental results show that our solution provides reliable task migration on a video stream in interactive frame rates (~30 FPS marker detection, 340 ms whole processing time including wireless communication, HTC Desire from 2010). This substantially outperforms the existing solutions based on natural keypoints (~7 sec processing).  Our user tests also led to selection and design of appropriate marker fields and their mixing parameters.  

English abstract

Our goal is to deliver unobtrusive task migration, typically between a desktop computer and a mobile device.We propose to overlay an aesthetically acceptable marker field across (a part of) the monitor screen.  This marker field must be easily detectable even by a low-end ultramobile device, unobtrusive to the user, and easy to mix in the natural screen image.We show that Uniform Marker Fields are a good choice for this task and propose a methodology for inserting them into the screen image.The experimental results show that our solution provides reliable task migration on a video stream in interactive frame rates (~30 FPS marker detection, 340 ms whole processing time including wireless communication, HTC Desire from 2010). This substantially outperforms the existing solutions based on natural keypoints (~7 sec processing).  Our user tests also led to selection and design of appropriate marker fields and their mixing parameters.  

Keywords

Task Migration, Uniform Marker Fields, Document Reaccess, Fast Localization, Visual Codes, Multi-Device Interaction

RIV year

2013

Released

31.05.2013

Publisher

Springer Verlag

Location

Maribor

ISBN

978-3-642-39061-6

Book

Proceedings of the 2013 International Conference on Human Factors in Computing & Informatics

Edition

NEUVEDEN

Edition number

NEUVEDEN

Pages from

1

Pages to

19

Pages count

19

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT103499,
  author="Rudolf {Kajan} and István {Szentandrási} and Adam {Herout} and Michal {Zachariáš}",
  title="On-Screen Marker Fields for Reliable Screen-To-Screen Task Migration",
  annote="Our goal is to deliver unobtrusive task migration, typically between a desktop
computer and a mobile device.We propose to overlay an aesthetically acceptable
marker field across (a part of) the monitor screen.  This marker field must be
easily detectable even by a low-end ultramobile device, unobtrusive to the user,
and easy to mix in the natural screen image.We show that Uniform Marker Fields
are a good choice for this task and propose a methodology for inserting them into
the screen image.The experimental results show that our solution provides
reliable task migration on a video stream in interactive frame rates (~30 FPS
marker detection, 340 ms whole processing time including wireless communication,
HTC Desire from 2010). This substantially outperforms the existing solutions
based on natural keypoints (~7 sec processing).  Our user tests also led to
selection and design of appropriate marker fields and their mixing parameters.  ",
  address="Springer Verlag",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the 2013 International Conference on Human Factors in Computing & Informatics",
  chapter="103499",
  edition="NEUVEDEN",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Springer Verlag",
  year="2013",
  month="may",
  pages="1--19",
  publisher="Springer Verlag",
  type="conference paper"
}