A computing system is described that aggregates information collected from a group of mobile devices that happen to be co-located and in the presence of an output device, such as a display. The system identifies similarities shared across the users of the group and based on the shared interests, obtains contextually relevant and useful information that will likely be appreciated by each of the users in the group. The system then configures the output device to present the contextually relevant and useful information for consumption by the group at just the right time. The system described herein has many applications including for use in conjunction with smart billboards, smart home devices, intelligent displays (e.g., for home or office environment), and other intelligent, contextually aware software applications and media presentation applications.
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Faaborg, Alexander, "PUBLIC DISPLAY OF CONTEXTUALLY RELEVANT AND USEFUL INFORMATION FOR CO-LOCATED DEVICES", Technical Disclosure Commons, (April 02, 2015)