Obtaining and interacting with information has always been at the centre of humanity. We have always sought to innovate and improve these interactions by creating linking devices such as switches or remote controls. In seeking a more natural interaction with machines, we have expanded to the creation of devices, such as the mouse which allowed ...
In the past years, mobile telephones have evolved at a dazzling speed. The union of different technologies has enabled mobile phones to perform more complex tasks: we have advanced from oral communication and SMS to Conventional Multimedia messages (MMS), email messages, web browsing, GPS, photography and video, among others.
For some years now, new ways of accessing information on mobile devices has become possible. Two-dimensional barcodes are a way of making everyday objects interactive and to bring them an immediate interaction with the Internet.
From TF1 to Arte, traditional French media in both the private and public sector, have come to understand the astonishing impact of the Internet and broadband on the viewer. Against this backdrop, they suggest new uses which rely on a more non-linear diffusion and multi-supports.