A longitudinal study of pervasive display personalisation

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Abstract

Widespread sensing devices enable a world in which physical spaces become personalised in the presence of mobile users. An important example of such personalisation is the use of pervasive displays to show content that matches the requirements of proximate viewers. Despite prior work on prototype systems that use mobile devices to personalise displays, no significant attempts to trial such systems have been carried out. In this article, we report on our experiences of designing, developing and operating the world's first comprehensive display personalisation service for mobile users. Through a set of rigorous quantitative measures and 11 potential user/stakeholder interviews, we demonstrate the success of the platform in realising display personalisation, and offer a series of reflections to inform the design of future systems.

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Mikusz, M., Shaw, P., Davies, N., Nurmi, P., Clinch, S., Trotter, L., … Friday, A. (2021). A longitudinal study of pervasive display personalisation. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 28(1). https://doi.org/10.1145/3418352

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