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The question of children lost his way now. I hope that through intuitive and easy-to-use GPS systems. To Solve this problem. This is that GPS was used for children.(or older , no sense of direction).
It only needs to show " the direction ". Children are guided to go in the destination. Its interface is not complicated. Children dont need to study and use it easily . Children can touch user's Interface. Choose to the next destination. Only need several pieces of destination to meet child's demands.A more simple and closer way designs for the children, the elderly or barriers to information system users.
National Chiao-Tung University
Institute of Applied Art
HsinChu City, Taiwan, Taiwan
National Yunlin University of Science & Technology
Graduate School of Industrial Design
Tusng-Yu Liu, Fang-Yu Kuo, Yuan-Ping Chu.