In the context of Expo Milano 2015, we created an interactive infopoint that could be used by visitors to help them discovering the most important places of Milano City. Places were selected by the kind of users in front of the screen; a remote user recognition service is able to recognize gender and age range of users, which were then used to filter contents and to show pesonalized information. The contents exploration is supported by natural and intuitive navigation gestures, that improved the success of the application.
The App also allows users to navigate the city map in order to discover the most important places of the city and better understand history and culture of Milan.
What we did
Recommender system / Graphic design / Microsoft Kinect / Natural User Interfaces
Matteo Valoriani, Luigi Oliveto