Mobile Augmented Reality System Design Guidelines Based on Tourist’s Emotional State
Keywords:Design Guidelines, Emotional State, Human Computer Interaction, Tourism,
AbstractIndividual’s emotional states may change and influence their behavior when using mobile application. Studying the behavior and emotional state of user are necessary in the design of a Mobile Augmented Reality System and should be based on a good design principle. The design principle is useful as a guidance to develop a good mobile AR system. This paper will present a design guideline for Mobile Augmented Reality (MAR) for tourism. From the analysis of existing design guidelines of Mobile Augmented Reality (MAR) for tourism, an application design guidelines are proposed based on PAD’s theory, Human-computer Interaction and Usability principles. The design principle is to reduce cognitive overhead of tourist, learnability and suitable context for users. Six design principles were examined in this analysis. The analysis identified eleven suggestions for design principles and these recommendations are offered towards the design principles and developing prototype application for tourist in Malaysia.
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