Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of PhotoSharingResearch

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  • PhotoSharingResearch

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    151151The task model shows that whilst some of the primary issues of concern for the potential customers interviewed are fulfilled by the current systems evaluated, there are gaps. For example, using technology to help other people is not facilitated. The technologies evaluated also did not take advantage of many of the identified opportunities created by new technology. These include taking advantage of the wireless networking capabilities of cameraphones, providing opportunities for new social activities, coordination protocols, using spatial and temporal metadata of photos, making intelligent guesses based on metadata, supporting the use of mobile devices, allowing 3D exploration of photo collections and supporting citizen journalism.
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