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PhoToDo: Image-Based Task Management System by Visual Trigger

Abstract

Many people manage their tasks using tools such as notebooks or personal task management applications in their smartphones. In fact, according to Microsoft's research, 78% of respondents in the United States currently have at least one task management app [1]. However, conventional task lists are sometimes troublesome because tasks usually need to be expressed in words. In addition, it takes time to understand tasks when they are described in words. However, it is known that a person can instantaneously process an image and has the ability to process many images at once [2][3]. Therefore, we propose a system called "PhoToDo" that enables people to use visual images to manage tasks. By using PhoToDo, users can instantly visualize all their tasks and efficiently manage them. In this paper, we propose and implement our system and show its effectiveness by conducting experimental tests.

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Book title

Proceedings of the 2018 International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI)

Pages

1-3

Date of issue

2018/05/31

Keywords

PhoToDo /

Citation

Kouhei Matsuda, Satoshi Nakamura. PhoToDo: Image-Based Task Management System by Visual Trigger, Proceedings of the 2018 International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI), No.75, pp.1-3, 2018.

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