Usability Evaluation of QueryLens: Implications for Context-Aware Information Sharing using RFID

C.S. Nam and S. Konomi (USA)


Context awareness, ubiquitous computing, information sharing, RFID, usability evaluation


RFID Technology allows us to easily capture and access information anywhere at anytime. However, RFID-based information sharing systems will likely fail if they cannot provide the “right” information in the “right” way. This paper describes design and usability evaluations of QueryLens, a system that accumulates queries and answers in relation to RFID-tagged physical objects and discusses the implications of our in-depth usability analysis for RFID-based context-aware information sharing in general.

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