This paper discusses issues about content management in mobile multimedia art guides elaborating on experiences made in three exhibitions recently held at Ca' Foscari University. A family of mobile art guides on Apple iPod touch devices have been designed, featuring rich multimedia content and simple interaction styles. The guides are based on the Webkit run-time system wrapped by an iPhoneOS application interfacing an SQLite database for dynamic HTML generation and a gesture control system. A desktop application allows a content designer to configure, populate and maintain a database of multimedia material and to organize and select data components and catalogs for the mobile guide application.

Content Management for Mobile Multimedia Art Guides

CELENTANO, Augusto;MAURIZIO, Marek;ORSINI, Renzo
2010

Abstract

This paper discusses issues about content management in mobile multimedia art guides elaborating on experiences made in three exhibitions recently held at Ca' Foscari University. A family of mobile art guides on Apple iPod touch devices have been designed, featuring rich multimedia content and simple interaction styles. The guides are based on the Webkit run-time system wrapped by an iPhoneOS application interfacing an SQLite database for dynamic HTML generation and a gesture control system. A desktop application allows a content designer to configure, populate and maintain a database of multimedia material and to organize and select data components and catalogs for the mobile guide application.
Proceedings of the Eighteenth Italian Symposium on Advanced Database Systems, SEBD 2010
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