Sharing Content and Experiences in Smart Environments


Once upon a time… Stories used to be the only way to pass a message. The story teller would take his audience through the events by mere oration. Here and there he would hesitate, whisper, or gesticulate to emphasise his story or induce the right emotions in his audience. No doubt troubadourswere loved, they both brought news of the world as well as entertainment.


Mobile Phone Mobile Device User Experience Mobile User Near Field Communication 
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  1. 1.VTTTampereFinland

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