Abstract

We explore the potential of using camera phones and pico projectors in rapid creation and presentation of digital content in a development context. A camera phone based content authoring application was designed and deployed with three different user populations in the domains of classroom education and health care. Our findings show that despite the variations in education levels, cultural background, and technology exposure, users successfully created  and  presented  different  forms  of  digital  content using the camera phone and pico projector.