Mostly new people of a new culture will have an unknown data about a certain place that he/she doesn’t know about. An information kiosk is needed for person that doesn’t know where to go or where a place is. Some will be confused in which that area is not where he wanted to be. It will helped the students of NORSU to determine and see where that certain place would be. First Year students will be having no idea about the whereabouts of NORSU, they will be having a hard time in going to their classrooms or departments. This helps the, to identify the place if they will get lost or have nowhere to go. Information Kiosk is a step towards making the information available to people irrespective of their literary skills. Information Kiosk is an end-to-end user application with mobile user interface (UI) and interacts with image display that is compatible for Java phones only. As we go along in the internet we have found out that a lot of people in our country today are illiterates’ especially in India. Even though the researchers talks about Information Kiosk application considering the challenges in around the world, its architecture and application design is quite adaptable to any region of the world facing similar challenges. The functionality of an information kiosk can be extended by allowing it to interact with a smartphone, as demonstrated by the Kimono system, and the user interface can be greatly simpliﬁed by “associations” between pieces of information. A kiosk provides information that is relevant to a particular location and can use valuable context information, such as the fact that a user is physically standing in front of the kiosk, to tailor the display. Its graphically rich screen is suitable for presenting information to the user and has a natural input modality requiring the user to simply touch the screen. However, a kiosk lacks mobility and cannot stay with the user as he or she moves about the environment. Also, information provided by the kiosk must be remembered by the user. Finally, it is diﬃcult to add information to the kiosk, and so the kiosk remains an information display device. All this changes when a handset, such as a PDA or smartphone, can interact with the kiosk. The handset acts like a personalized proxy of the kiosk. It accompanies the user serving as a memory device. It is also an excellent media creation device, capable of taking pictures and recording voice memos as well as short text messages. Associating newly created content with other currently selected content makes for a simpler user interface. Content and its associations can be uploaded to a kiosk allowing others to access to it.
REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE, SYSTEMS AND STUDIES
The study is anchored on relevant studies on Information Mobile Kiosk that are presented to attain an overall significance and purpose of this study. The Information Kiosks on campus can automate repetitive tasks, save human time and effort, improve life for both students and faculty, and distribute information in an extremely efficient manner. The functionality of an information kiosk can be extended by allowing it to interact with a smartphone, as demonstrated, and the user interface can be greatly simplified by associations between pieces of information. A kiosk provides information that is relevant to a particular location and can use valuable context information of different organization and colleges with their respective positions. Its graphically rich screen is suitable for presenting information to the user and has a natural input modality requiring the user to simply touch the screen. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of ways information kiosk can be used to enhance our daily lives and can create good decision making. Java Platform, Micro Edition, or Java ME, is a Java platform designed for mobile devices and embedded systems. Java ME was designed by Sun Microsystems, now a subsidiary of Oracle Corporation; the platform...
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