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Position-annotated photographs: A Geotemporal Web

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1 Author(s)
Spinellis, D.D. ; Econ. & Bus., Athens Univ., Greece

With the advent of digital cameras, photographs are no longer gathering dust, forgotten in old shoeboxes. Instead, they are lying unused in hard disk dircctories and on CDs. The Geotemporal Web system, belonging to the "capture and access" class of ubiquitous computing applications, addresses this phenomenon by automatically converting raw data from the typical vacation trip into a lively Web site. Exploiting the synergies of integrating different consumer-grade information appliances and publicly accessible databases, a GTWeb site presents a trip overview, timelines, maps, and annotated photographs.

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Pervasive Computing, IEEE  (Volume:2 ,  Issue: 2 )