FX Palo Alto Laboratory

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  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    mVideoCast: Mobile, Real Time ROI Detection and Streaming

    A variety of applications are emerging to support streaming video from mobile devices. However, many tasks can benefit from streaming specific content rather than the full video feed which may include irrelevant, private, or distracting content. The authors describe a system that allows users to capture and stream targeted video...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    SeeReader: An (Almost) Eyes-Free Mobile Rich Document Viewer

    Reading documents on mobile devices is challenging. Not only are screens small and difficult to read, but also navigating an environment using limited visual attention can be difficult and potentially dangerous. Reading content aloud using Text-To-Speech (TTS) processing can mitigate these problems, but only for content that does not include...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Bezel Swipe: Conflict-Free Scrolling and Multiple Selection on Mobile Touch Screen Devices

    Zooming user interfaces are increasingly popular on mobile devices with touch screens. Swiping and pinching finger gestures anywhere on the screen manipulate the displayed portion of a page, and taps open objects within the page. This makes navigation easy but limits other manipulations of objects that would be supported naturally...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2006

    A Distributed Content-Based Search Engine Based on Mobile Code and Web Service Technology

    Current search engines crawl the Web, download content, and digest this content locally. For multimedia content, this involves considerable volumes of data. Furthermore, this process covers only publicly available content because content providers are concerned that they otherwise lose control over the distribution of their intellectual property. The authors present...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2010

    mVideoCast: Mobile, Real Time ROI Detection and Streaming

    A variety of applications are emerging to support streaming video from mobile devices. However, many tasks can benefit from streaming specific content rather than the full video feed which may include irrelevant, private, or distracting content. The authors describe a system that allows users to capture and stream targeted video...

    Provided By FX Palo Alto Laboratory

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    SeeReader: An (Almost) Eyes-Free Mobile Rich Document Viewer

    Reading documents on mobile devices is challenging. Not only are screens small and difficult to read, but also navigating an environment using limited visual attention can be difficult and potentially dangerous. Reading content aloud using Text-To-Speech (TTS) processing can mitigate these problems, but only for content that does not include...

    Provided By FX Palo Alto Laboratory

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Bezel Swipe: Conflict-Free Scrolling and Multiple Selection on Mobile Touch Screen Devices

    Zooming user interfaces are increasingly popular on mobile devices with touch screens. Swiping and pinching finger gestures anywhere on the screen manipulate the displayed portion of a page, and taps open objects within the page. This makes navigation easy but limits other manipulations of objects that would be supported naturally...

    Provided By FX Palo Alto Laboratory

  • White Papers // Dec 2006

    A Distributed Content-Based Search Engine Based on Mobile Code and Web Service Technology

    Current search engines crawl the Web, download content, and digest this content locally. For multimedia content, this involves considerable volumes of data. Furthermore, this process covers only publicly available content because content providers are concerned that they otherwise lose control over the distribution of their intellectual property. The authors present...

    Provided By FX Palo Alto Laboratory