Ubiquitous computingFDA161, 2004VT
No of lectures
Anyone interested in ubiquitous computing.
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The area of Human-Computer Interaction is currently under transformation. Next
generation computer technology will be embedded into our tools and physical
environments. This course will explore problems and opportunities that arise
when our physical environments become the interface to digital information. The
course will cover both the philosophical foundations and practical applications of Ubiquitous Computing.
A series of seminars with paper presentations by the participants.
The philosophical and theoretical foundation for Ubiquitous Computing
Social implications of Ubiquitous Computing (privacy, security, and human
Augmented tools and environments
Badge and positioning systems
Interactive walls and tables
Distributed user interfaces
Networks and infrastructures for Ad hoc services
Collection of papers in the area.
Presentation of papers at seminar. Active participation in semainars.
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