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Making Interactive TV Easier to Use: Interface Design for a Second Screen Approach

Making Interactive TV Easier to Use: Interface Design for a Second Screen Approach,10.2752/146069207789271920,Design Journal,Leon Cruickshank,Emmanuel

Making Interactive TV Easier to Use: Interface Design for a Second Screen Approach   (Citations: 8)
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Journal: Design Journal , vol. 10, no. 3, pp. 41-53, 2007
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    • ...The mobile device can be used for selecting television programs, finding more information about a specific program, and for typical remote control functionality (e.g., change channel or volume). For example, Cruickshank et al. (2007)...

    Hendrik Knocheet al. From One to Many Boxes: Mobile Devices as Primary and Secondary Screen...

    • ...Another interesting feature worth mentioning for home environments is that although the static scenario is predominant (usually fixed large screens as Fig. 1 illustrates the classic view of a living-room home environment), mobile TV has equally entered the home space by the use of secondary mobile screens which provide more control and less limitations (Cesar et al. 2008; Cruickshank et al. 2007; Cui et al. 2007; Robertson et al. 1996)...

    Radu-Daniel Vatavu. Creativity in Interactive TV: Personalize, Share, and Invent Interface...

    • ...Several studies have shown that interactivity in the TV domain is not always welcomed by viewers, and in some cases, may be disruptive to the core TV entertainment experience [13], [14], [17], [18]...
    • ...For example, in the first phase of the BITe project we found that study participants generally made limited use of the wide array of interactive features available [17]...

    Emmanuel Tsekleveset al. Bringing the television experience to other media in the home: an ethn...

    • ...First of all, we should highlight that lately several studies [3,9,23] suggest that more capable remote controls will help the viewers become more active in the interactive television environment than the traditional lean back view...
    • ...Cruickshank et al. [9] concluded that “a more sophisticated form of input and control needs to be introduced for iTV to reach its full potential”...
    • ...Park et al. [21] provided rough guidelines about a number of foreseen services, while Cruickshank et al. [9] presented a detailed study on system design and implementation, together with a comprehensive user study...
    • ...Within the control behaviour we can position content selection services, such as the ones proposed by Cruickshank et al. [9] and Karanastasi et al. [14]...
    • ...Cruickshank et al. [9] Content selection Control...

    Dick C. A. Bultermanet al. Leveraging user impact: an architecture for secondary screens usage in...

    • ...Other active research field for the secondary screen is the electronic program guide (EPG) as exemplified in [3,4,5]...
    • ...Park et al. [3] provide rough guidelines about the foreseen service, while Cruickshank et al. [4] present a detailed study on system design and implementation, together with a comprehensive user study...
    • ...Cruickshank et al. [4] concluded that ’a more sophisticated form of input and control needs to be introduced for iTV to reach is full potential’...
    • ...In addition to the results presented in this paper, other research in the topic suggests the benefits of the secondary screen in the interactive television environment [4,14,15]...

    Dick C. A. Bultermanet al. Usages of the Secondary Screen in an Interactive Television Environmen...

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