Using large personal photo collections for reminiscing and autobiographical reflecting
Personal photos are a great link to autobiographical memories, but navigating through a large collection while simultaniously grasping all of its content is challenging. I present the concept of a scroll-driven navigation that links photos with temporal and spatial metadata. Location and date are visualised and shown juxtaposed to the photo content.
The design and prototype I present contains only basic functionality. Based on this, more advanced implementations are possible and desirable. The next step would be the testing of various real photo sets from different author types to proof and refine the design.