• Java Script
  • Programming A to Z Final , Jan 24 2014

Words   | project description

Past

  • Mostly portal sites were dominant.
  • Email, blog, and messengers were actively used.
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    Present

  • Smartphones are widely used.
  • Diverse SNS services(Facebook, Twitter, instagram, etc.)
  • Forms of Social Data : Mostly text and picture, and video or sound.
  • Interface : Simple interface with multi-touch
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    Future (assumption)

  • CellPhone will be combined with SmartWatch.
  • And it will function as a personal network router to connect to almost every electronic device, such as wearable devices, tablets, computers, cars, and even home appliances.
  • Personal computer can be a tablet and a laptop like ‘Surface’.
  • More wearable devices will be developed.
  • User Interface
  • will be much simpler, more convenient.
  • and much smaller for wearable devices. (e.g. SmartWatch, SmartGlass)
  • Questions
  • With smaller display interface, how to write text messages? Finger-writing? Voice or word recognition?
  • Instead of text message, a walkie-talkie type conversations?
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    New way to write

    I might want to experiment and look for various ways to write a text messages on the smaller interface. These are the first attempts.

     

    New way to read

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Korean Consonants

    Korean Vowels

    Composition of Consonants and Vowels

     

    Design of Korean Alphabets

     

     

     

     

    Spacing to be read rhythmically

     

     

     

     

    Dotsies

    dotsies.org

     

     

     

    Spritz

    www.spritzinc.com

     

     

    Idea to improve based on Spritz

     
    Spritzing
     
    presents
     
    reading content
     

    with

    the

    ORP
     
    located
     

    at

    the

    specific

    place
     

    where

    you’re
     

    already

    looking,
     
    allowing
     
    you
     

    to

    read
     

    without

    having
     

    to

    move
     

    your

    eyes.