The momentum for the next wave of display products is coming from advances in materials. These advances will mean bigger screens and higher resolutions at lower cost and could even open the door to radically new devices, such as a smart information display that wraps around a cylindrical pillar. In addition, sensors and expressions that respond to various interactive contents are continuously studied, and various challenging issues are being introduced.
The Smart Contents can be defined as the content that is intelligently personalized to your customer’s needs. With Smart Content you can deliver content specifically tailored to where a prospect is in the buying process, or content targeted to people the very first time they visit. Smart Content lets you target content based on anything you know about your contacts. Also this can interact with users with various IoT sensors on Smart Display Device.
Smart Content alters the interactive content displayed within rich text, form, custom HTML, and/or CTA modules depending on viewer characteristics. Much like HubSpot’s Smart Calls-to-Action (CTAs), Smart Content is powered by Smart Lists and Lifecycle Stages. By creating Smart Lists that recognize your different lifecycle stages, you can customize the content that people in each lifecycle stage will see. When a visitor comes to your website, they bring some context with them for that session, including any cookie that was attached to them from a previous session on your website.
The Smart Content-Oriented Display Technology is the collection of display device, interfaces, protocols and associated contents-related information representations that enable advanced services and applications based on human emotion and context in various situation.
Submitted papers may focus on original work in Smart Content-Oriented Display Technology including system architecture constructions, design of contents, interactive services, and complexity-aware algorithm designs, mobile low-power design, and content security algorithms. Both theoretical and technical implementation papers are welcome. Original contributions showing practical approaches are also welcome.
Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
Service and system architectures of Smart Content-Oriented Display Technology
Interfaces, protocols and associated Smart Content-Oriented Display Technology in IoT
Fast and complexity-awareness algorithms for real-time multimedia computing for smart display
Low complexity circuit design in smart display
Design of hardware structure for low-power implementation for smart display
Synchronization technique for multi-contents for smart display service
Security scheme for protecting personal content (information) in Smart Content-Oriented Display Technology
Intelligent media processing and analysis for Smart Content-Oriented Display Technology
Interactive UX/UI design for Smart Content-Oriented Display Technology with IoT sensors
Realistic feeling media processing for Smart Content-Oriented Display Technology
Before submission, authors should carefully read the Author’s Guidelines section of the journal that can be found at https://www.elsevier.com/journals/displays/0141-9382/guide-for-authors. Prospective authors for this special issue can submit an electronic copy of their complete manuscript through the https://www.evise.com/evise/faces/pages/navigation/NavController.jspx?JRNL_ACR=DISPLA
Important dates related to the paper submission and review, are given below:
Manuscript Due: January 31, 2018
Final Decision: March 28, 2018
Publication date: June 01, 2018
Corresponding Guest Editor
Bryan (Byung-Gyu) Kim, Sookmyung Women’s University, Seoul, Rep. of Korea; firstname.lastname@example.org
Kye-Shin Lee, University of Akron, Ohio, USA, email@example.com
Kostas Psannis, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, GREECE; firstname.lastname@example.org