Ambient Interface Design for a Mobile Browsing Experience

R Hegerty, TF Lunney, KJ Curran, MD Mulvenna

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Our preliminary research focuses on the development of an Ambient Mobile Browsing Experience (AMBE) system. AMBE is a communication and synchronisation framework that will provide integrated connectivity across heterogeneous geographically distributed devices. The intention is to provide persistent location-independent and appliance-sensitive viewing for the user, thus enabling Internet mobility. Human technology interfacecommunication will be abstracted to a representation that facilitates optimisation and customisation across a number of different displays. This will help to ensure seamlesscontinuity between components providing usability and maximum user convenience. An emphasis of our work is the application of a human-centered design ethos.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished (in print/issue) - 21 Sept 2008
EventSecond International Workshop on Ambient Information Systems - Seoul, South Korea
Duration: 21 Sept 2008 → …


WorkshopSecond International Workshop on Ambient Information Systems
Period21/09/08 → …


  • Ambient interfaces
  • peripheral displays
  • ubiquitous
  • computing
  • mobile digital communication
  • sensor
  • technology
  • context awareness.


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