In today's world, more and more people are creating content: the boundaries between content producers, authors and spectators are shifting and vanishing increasingly.
By looking closer, the mobile creation using the sensors that exist in modern smartphones (camera, audio, GPS, accelerometer etc.) is bringing a whole new dimension to the existing cultural toolset and ecosystem. Anyone can record virtually anything (a path, a picture, heartbeats), make those recordings public and thus contribute with some content to the collective data heritage.
Furthermore, the creation of content in mobility makes more sense in a given context – and the context is basically made of specific people, a precise place and a given time.
If you can save and embed this context with your data, more bridges will link your documents to others.
So the question would be: how would it be possible to use the tool we have in our pocket (the smartphone) to create not only content, but also to be able to decide how this content could be used in the dynamically changing world of today ?
To bring it to the point: creation and consummation of content in mobility (outside of the classical cultural temples that are the movie theatre, the home cinema etc) is better served if it is contextualized. Starting on this dynamic interaction process between a user, a territory and geolocalised datasets, the goal could be to playfully bring the mobile user on a creative path: to add simply content to the shared common memory and be part of a growing and living community of people.
The Memoways application is a good base to build up services to allow users to playfully interact with specific applications and given territories.
Enable the user to read / write data in a creative and intuitive manner, just “on the way”