Mobile spatial interaction and mediated social navigation
Bilandzic, Mark & Foth, Marcus (2009) Mobile spatial interaction and mediated social navigation. In Khosrow-Pour, Mehdi (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology (2nd ed.). IGI Global, Hershey, PA, pp. 2604-2608.
The increasing ubiquity of location and context-aware mobile devices and applications, geographic information systems (GIS) and sophisticated 3D representations of the physical world accessible by lay users is enabling more people to use and manipulate information relevant to their current surroundings (Scharl & Tochtermann, 2007). The relationship between users, their current geographic location and their devices are summarised by the term 'mobile spatial interaction' (MSI), and stands for the emerging opportunities and affordances that location sensitive and internet capable devices provide to its users.
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