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5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
5.3.2nd WS. News from the COGAIN Association & DTU G.Interaction
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  • 1. News from the COGAIN Association and misc. news from DTU
    Bjarne Kjær Ersbøll
    2nd ATIS4all workshop, Prague
  • 2. COmmunication by GAzeINteractionHomepage: http://www.COGAIN.org
  • 3. COGAIN – 23 institutional members
    Organizations working with users with disabilities
    Communication and Technology Centre Tikoteekki /FAIDD, Finland
    DART, Sweden
    ACE Centre, UK
  • 4. COGAIN – 23 institutional members
    Universities and research institutes
    Czech Technical University, Czech Republic
    IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark
    DTU Informatics, Denmark,
    University of Tampere, Finland
    MIPS – Université de Haute-Alsace, France
    University of Ulm, Germany
    GazeCom c/o UniversitaetzuLuebeck/INB, Germany
    Politecnicodi Torino, Italy
    Siauliai University, Lithuania
    Institute of Neuroinformatics, UNI-ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    De Montfort University, UK
  • 5. COGAIN – 23 institutional members
    Manufacturers and software houses
    Metrovision, France
    alea technologies gmbh, Germany
    SensoMotoric Instruments GmbH, Germany
    NDS Technologies, Israel Ltd.
    Tobii Technology, Sweden
    Eye Response Technologies, USA
    EyeTech Digital Systems, Inc., USA
    LC Technologies, Inc., USA
    SR Research Ltd, USA
  • 6. COGAIN – 74 personal members
    UK 14
    Finland 10
    Germany 9
    Denmark 8
    Italy 7
    USA 7
    Lithuania 5
    Sweden 5
    Japan 2
    Canada 1
    France 1
    India 1
    Netherlands 1
    Norway 1
    Singapore 1
    Spain 1
  • 7. Standardization
    Fulvio Corno, Politecnico di Torino
  • 8. Review Recommendation #2
    Recommendation 2: Consistently with the contract, the objectives of the COGAIN NoE of Annex I and the WP2, it is recommended that the consortium gives the second highest priority to the design and implementation of a concrete approach to standardization aiming to fostering the interoperability between the hardware and software components enabling gaze-based communications. This approach should include, but is not limited to:
    derive a realistic work plan from the "Standardization roadmap" proposed so far;
    defines the landmarks and success indicators towards the concerned standardization bodies;
    the detailed assessment of the resources necessary for the standardization approach;
    the priorities of the standardization strategy as far as gaze-based communication is concerned;
    anticipation of how the COGAIN Association will replace the COGAIN NoE for the continuation of the standardization work that must be integrated into the agreement mentioned in the recommendation #1 above.
  • 9. Different Problems, Different Solutions
  • 10. Standards: Time and Effort
    COGAIN NoE has a limited timespan
    COGAIN Association has limited resources (at least initially)
    We need a lean, cost-effective, process
    Open to external collaborations
    Open to inputs from user communities and industries
    Exploiting the expertise of the partners
  • 11. Transitioning to the Association
    Standardization Roadmap v3.0 designed to be compatible with the COGAIN Association constraints
    COGAIN Association is going to incorporate the Standardization Roadmap into its Research Roadmap
    COGAIN NoE sent a proposed Roadmap to the Association
    Mainly editorial and formal changes
    On-going activities will continue, at least on the 4 main topics
  • 12. Review Recommendation #2
  • 13. COGAIN Association to develop standard for Infrared Safety – exposure for extended periods of time
  • 14.
  • 15. COGAIN Association to develop standard for the measurement of Eye Tracker Accuracy, Precision and Specifications.
    Technical committee formed
    15 committee members and
    many more sub committee members.
    Lund University has invested a 6 month position to this work.
    Actively seeking funding
    The first committee meeting held on 21st august, in Marseille, to coincide with ECEM 2011
    Were invited to give a plenary talk on this COGAIN standard at ECEM too, followed by a panel discussion.
  • 16. COGAIN Book – Income goes to Association
  • 17. COGAIN Association General Assemblyheld 1 September 2011New board elected
    Newly elected members:
    Arantxa Villanueva, Spain,
    John Paulin Hansen, Denmark,
    Margret Buchholz, Sweden,
    Fiona Mulvey, Denmark/Sweden,
    Detlev Droege, Germany
    Positions to befilled:
    President
    Vice President
    Secretary-Treasurer
    Organisation Chair
    Portal Editor
  • 18. Misc. from Technical University of Denmark
    Centre for Playware at DTU. Professor Henrik Hautop Lund. http://www.dtu.dk/centre/playware/English.aspxhttp://www.playware.dk
  • 19. Human-Robot Interaction (HRI)
    HRI for service, welfare and entertainment
    Robotic technology may help and inspire
    • creating interactions
    • 20. of many different kinds
    • 21. in the physical environment
    • 22. can motivate specific actions
    • 23. because of immediate feedback
    • 24. Motivatethroughplay
    • 25. Play is a free and voluntaryactivity
  • Adaptive Modular Playware
    • Modularity and flexibility
  • MODULAR PLAYWARE TILES
    • Immediate Feedback
    • 26. Motivation
  • MODULAR INTERACTIVE TILES
    • Input: Force sensitive resistor & accelerometer
    • 27. Output: Colour light, sound
    • 28. Processor: ATmega128
    • 29. Battery: Lithium polymer 30 hours operation (3h charging)
    • 30. Communication: Wireless (IR, radio)
    • 31. Attachment: magnets / puzzle
    Jigsaw puzzle Off/On Battery status Game selector box
    • World Wide Patent Pending 60/885,957
  • ADJUSTABLE for DIFFERENT PATIENTS
    • Setup within 1 minute
    • 32. Automatic structure detection
    • 33. Adjustable levels, different activities
  • Adaptivity
    • Flexibility through adaptivity
    • 34. Adaptivity: also by physical construction
  • Clinical tests in hospitals
    Cardiac patients, typically 55-85 years old
    Teams of 20 patients for 3 months periods
    Games demands an average heart rate:
    • 75% of the maximum heart rate with Colour race on floor
    • 35. 86% of the maximum heart rate with Stepper
    Estimated maximum heart rate: 220 – age.
    “When doing rehabilitation not everything is as much fun. Then it is nice to have a little competition. When having gone through a heart attack it is not always desired to go down to the gym and exercise. There has to be something to “spice it up”, and I think that the tiles makes this possible”.
    Cardiac patient
    Heart News Magazine referring to the hospital report
    Sygehus Fyn Hospital report, 2007 [in Danish]
    + CNN & WIRED
  • 36. Tests by hospital – stroke patients
    Balance, walking rhythm, weight carrying, coordination and orientation skills (e.g. crossing midline), cognitive skills (repetitive and varied movements)
  • 37. Example training session:
    • trainingcognition & field of vision
  • Adapt training session - balancing
    • training balancing where right leg / side is weak.
    • 38. fatigue: change to use both legs.
  • Multi-sensory room
    Combine such modular robotic elements to create multi-sensory room – e.g. children’s hospital
    • easily modifiable artefacts
    • 39. interactivity
    • 40. immediate feedback
    • 41. motivation
    • 42. playful experiences
    Modular I-Cubes
    Modular robotics tiles
    Sound/music
    Coloured light
  • 43. Multi-sensory room - children’s hospital
    Anders Henningsen, Rasmus Nielsen
    • playful experience
    • 44. relaxing environment
    • 45. e.g. children with cancer
    • 46. e.g. intestinal disease, problem moving one’s bowel
    > movement game
  • 47. Section for Cognitive SystemsSmartphone – “Handheld Brain Scanner”
    Professor Lars Kai Hansen and Associate Professor Jakob Eg Larsen. http://www.imm.dtu.dk/English/Research/ISP.aspx
     
    Smartphone"handheldbrainscanner”
    Bio-feedback
    Therapy
    Monitoring (treatment/diagnosis)
    http://milab.imm.dtu.dk/eeg
  • 48. Augmenting the Sound Experience at Music Festivals Using Mobile Phones
  • 49. Augmenting the Sound Experience at Music Festivals Using Mobile Phones
  • 50. Augmenting the Sound Experience at Music Festivals Using Mobile Phones
  • 51. Fin!

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