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  • 1. SEMINAR ON
    PROJECT OXYGEN
    Presented By:
    VIJET R HEGDE
    3VC05IS056
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
    • Machine centred.
    • 3. We are serving them.
    • 4. Difficult to use.
    • 5. Right now, Computers have required us to interact with them on their own terms and speak their language
    • 6. Solution is OXYGEN.
  • WHAT IS OXYGEN ??
    • Bringing abundant computation and communication, as pervasive and free as air, naturally into people's lives.
    • 7. Computation will be
    • 8. human-centered.
    • 9. freely available everywhere, like batteries and power sockets, or oxygen in the air we breathe.
    • 10. configurable generic devices, either handheld or embedded, will bring computation to us, irrespective of our location.
    • 11. We won't have to type, click, or learn new computer jargon.
    • 12. Instead, we'll communicate naturally, using speech and gestures that describe our intent
  • CHALLENGES...
  • TECHNOLOGIES...
  • DEVICE TECHNOLOGIES...
    • H21 Or HANDY 21
    • 31. anonymous devices that do not carry a large amount of permanent local state
    • 32. they configure themselves through software to be used in a wide range of environments for a wide variety of purposes.
    • 33. customize itself to the user's preferred configuration
    • 34. contain board-level antennas that enable them to couple with a wireless N21 network, embedded E21, or nearby H21s to form collaborative regions
    • 35. H21s can serve as cellular phones, beepers, radios, televisions, geographical positioning systems, cameras, or PDAs
  • H21
  • 36. DEVICE TECHNOLOGIES...
    • E21
    • 37. Environmental devices, together called an E21, provide a local-area computational and communication back-plane for an intelligent space.
    • 38. E21s are connected to nearby sensors, actuators, and appliances, suitably encapsulated in physical objects.
    • 39. communicate with each other and with nearby H21s through dynamically configured networks N21s.
    • 40. provide sufficient computational power throughout the environment
    • 41. to communicate with people using natural perceptual resources, such as speech and vision,
    • 42. to support Oxygen's user technologies wherever people may be, and
    • 43. to monitor and control their environment.
  • Devices used in E21
    Antenna
    display
    projector
    camera
    printer
    microphones
  • 44. NETWORK TECHNOLOGIES...
    • N21
    • 45. They configure and reconfigure themselves automatically
    • 46. Networks route heterogeneous traffic efficiently,
    • 47. N21s, connect dynamically changing configurations of self-identifying mobile and stationary devices.
    • 48. integrate different wireless, terrestrial, and satellite networks into one seamless internet
    • 49. Through algorithms, protocols, and middleware, they deal with
    • 50. Configuration of Collaborative regions
    • 51. Resource and location discovery
    • 52. Security
    • 53. Adaptation
  • NETWORK TECHNOGIES...
  • Intentional name
    [service = camera]
    [building = NE43
    [room = 510]]
    INS WORKING
    camera510.lcs.mit.edu
    Lookup
    image
    Resolver
    self-configuration
    Intentional name resolvers
    form an overlay network
    Late binding: integrate resolution and message routing
  • 58. SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGIES...
  • PERVASIVE TECHNOLOGIES...
    • SPEECH
    • 63. Humans communicate with computers, in much the same way they communicate with one another, using speech.
    • 64. without having to remember a URL, search through the Web for a pointer to a document, or use keyword search engines.
    • 65. provides a number of limited-domain interfaces, as well as mechanisms for users to navigate effortlessly from one domain to another
    • 66. The spoken language subsystem is an integral part of Oxygen's infrastructure, not just a set of applications or external interfaces
    • 67. Four components
    • 68. Speech recognition
    • 69. Language understanding
    • 70. Language generation
    • 71. Speech synthesis
  • Conversational system architecture
  • PERVASIVE TECHNOLOGIES...
    • VISION
    • 77. say "show it to me there," turning their heads or pointing with their arms to indicate where.
    • 78. using facial expressions and gestures, without having to express everything in words.
    • 79. Computers recognize and classify features and actions
    • 80. They detect patterns and object interactions
    • 81. The visual processing system contains
    • 82. visual perception
    • 83. visual rendering
    • 84. Components
    • 85. Object recognition
    • 86. Activity monitoring and classification
  • USER TECHNOLOGIES...
    • Oxygen user technologies include:
    • 87. Automation technologies:
    • 88. which offer natural, easy-to-use, and adaptive mechanisms for automating and tuning repetitive information and control tasks.
    • 89. Collaboration technologies
    • 90. which enable the formation of spontaneous collaborative regions that accommodate the needs of highly mobile people and computations.
    • 91. They also provide support for recording and archiving speech and video fragments from meetings.
    • 92. Knowledge access technologies
    • 93. which offer greatly improved access to information, according to the needs of people, applications, and software systems.
    • 94. They allow users to access their own knowledge bases
  • SCENARIOS...
  • 95. Other Applications
    • Business applications
    • 96. Medical field
    • 97. Education
  • CONCLUSIONS...
    • Project Oxygen is a project to build a human centered, pervasive computer.
    • 98. It is a $50 mnproject sponsored by “oxygen alliance” which includes
    • 99. Acer Inc.,
    • 100. Delta Electronics Inc.,
    • 101. Hewlett-Packard Co.,
    • 102. Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp.,
    • 103. Nokia Corp. and
    • 104. Philips Research, a unit of Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.
    • 105. Started in 1999, but not yet completed.
    • 106. Concept of N21 and INS are very difficult to be practical.
    • 107. Answers to many questions yet to be revealed!!!
  • REFERENCES...
    http://www.oxygen.lcs.mit.edu
    http:// WIKIPEDIA.org
    http://www.cnn.com
  • 108. THANK YOU !!
    QUESTIONS ???

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