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Mobile Web 2.0 Book Published Mobile Web 2.0 Book Published
CRC Press has released the book Mobile Web 2.0: Developing and Delivering Services to Mobile Devices edited by Syed A. Ahson and Mohammad Ilyas. The book includes a chapter presenting the UrbanWeb approach to developing Web 2.0 service authored by Post. Doc. Frank Allan Hansen and Professor Kaj Grønbæk. [more]
Jan 22nd, 2011, 11:44

Paper accepted for the 9th International Conference on  Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia (MUM) Paper accepted for the 9th International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Multimedia (MUM)
The paper entitled “Mobile Urban Drama for Multimedia-Based Out-of-School Learning” has been accepted for publication at the MUM 2010 conference, December 1-3, 2010, Limassol, Cyprus. It is written by Frank Allan Hansen, Karen Johanne Kortbek and Kaj Grønbæk; and is about the findings from the HasleInteractive project. [more]
Oct 26th, 2010, 12:35

Paper accepted for Hypertext 2010 in Toronto, Canada Paper accepted for Hypertext 2010 in Toronto, Canada
The paper Hansen, F. A. & Grønbæk, K.: 'UrbanWeb: a Platform for Mobile Context-aware Social Computing' has been accepted for the 2010 Hypertext conference in Toronto, Canada http://www.ht2010.org/. [more]
Jun 4th, 2010, 13:38

HIKUINs Vendetta - a public Mobile Urban Drama developed by the Center for Interactive Spaces HIKUINs Vendetta - a public Mobile Urban Drama developed by the Center for Interactive Spaces
"HIKUINs Vendetta" premiered on August 31 2009. HIKUINs vendetta is a Mobile Urban Drama developed as part of the mobile, urban activities in the center for Interactive Spaces and the Alexandra Institute. The Mobile Urban Drama is developed to run on the users' own mobile phones and utilizes a QR-code based infrastructure to provide the digital-physical links between the drama and the real-time city. [more]
Oct 1st, 2009, 14:45

Opening of Hasle Interactive Opening of Hasle Interactive
May 25, the outdoor school and physical training facilities in Hasle Bakker, Århus N, were officially opened by the three supporting aldermen from the Municipality. Interactive Spaces and The Alexandra Institute have developed the mobile location based systems used for learning and physical training in Hasle Interactive. The learning application is based on the AudioDrama concept develop by Theatre Katapult together with Interactive Spaces. See pictures from the opening and the clip on Danish TV - DR News. Articles in the local newspaper Århus Stiftstidende. Article 1 and Article 2. [more]
May 25th, 2009, 19:00

"Interactive Masterpiece in the Aarhus Festival"
The semacode based mobile platform developed in the Center for Interactive Spaces was used as the basis for the AudioMove drama “Korridor”. Korridor was written and performed by the theater Katapult during the 2007 Århus Festuge. In the play the audience was equipped with mobile phones and headsets and sent out into the streets of Aarhus where they would scan tags, listen to the play, receive sms messages and phone calls and encounter real life actors. The play received nice reviews in the press. Mikkel Ottow from MetroXpress gave if 5 out of 6 stars and wrote:
“An interactive masterpiece: The play demonstrated a well-working, simple and impressive interactive technology which have not been seen in Denmark before.” [more]
Sep 21st, 2007, 11:06

Tagging the City Tagging the City
During the 2007 Aarhus Festival (Aarhus Festuge) which ran from August 31st to September 9th, the Center for Interactive Spaces demonstrated a mobile blogging system based around 2D-barcodes. The mobile system supported information from the Aarhus Festival’s CMS to be linked to visual tags placed at specific places in the city of Aarhus, so users could receive updated, location-based information on their mobile phones simply by scanning the tags. Each tag also had an associated Weblog so users could easily leave their impression or photos and videos on the tag or read blog entries from other users. The blog functionality was built into the mobile application so everything could be done while in the city. Links within. [more]
Sep 17th, 2007, 10:10

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