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  • 1. IT UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN The eLabBench in the Wild Supporting Exploratory Science in the Biology Lab Aurélien Tabard, J.D. Hincapié-Ramos, 
 & Jakob Bardram.
  • 2. The eLabBench - ITS 2011 2
  • 3. Supporting exploratory science - Aurélien Tabard - LMU Research cycle 3 Design Office Analysis Construction Laboratory
  • 4. Supporting exploratory science - Aurélien Tabard - LMU Iterative 4 From Sketching User Experiences (Bill Buxton) via A. de Luca teaching slides
  • 5. Supporting exploratory science - Aurélien Tabard - LMU Exploratory 5 From Sketching User Experiences (Bill Buxton) via A. de Luca teaching slides
  • 6. Supporting exploratory science - Aurélien Tabard - LMU 6
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  • 9. The eLabBench - ITS 2011 Study and needs 9
  • 10. The eLabBench - ITS 2011 The problem Digitization of laboratory work: .: Access to digital data needed in the lab .: Strong need for capture tools in the lab .: Laptops not allowed in the lab 10
  • 11. The eLabBench - ITS 2011 Related work 11
  • 12. The eLabBench - ITS 2011 Field work .: Situated access to digital information. .: Capture of laboratory data in digital format. .: Coverage throughout the whole experimental cycle .: Accommodate to the constant presence of clutter .: Expect the user’s attentional focus not to lay on the digital tools .: Provide the mechanisms to deal with bio-hazard risks 12
  • 13. The eLabBench - ITS 2011 eLabBench hardware 13 pen keyboard mouse multitouch cell button camera glass plate frame
  • 14. Supporting exploratory science - Aurélien Tabard - LMU eLabBench deployment ... 14 lab computer sink refrigerator + freezers LB1 LB2 bench LB4 LB5 LB6 LB7 LB8 LB9 flowbench 6 biologists - 5 months
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  • 16. The eLabBench - ITS 2011 16 eLabBench
  • 17. Supporting exploratory science - Aurélien Tabard - LMU Interaction with tangibles Levels of information capture Transformation of the workflow Usage patterns 17
  • 18. The eLabBench - ITS 2011 18
  • 19. The eLabBench - ITS 2011 the 19 Information Roaming
  • 20. The eLabBench - ITS 2011 .: Organization around activities .: Roaming .: Duplication/forking .: Capture and Contextual annotations 20 Activity Based Computing
  • 21. Supporting exploratory science - Aurélien Tabard - LMU Results Usage patterns .:Predefined experiment .:Predefined experiment with changes on the way .:Variation of an experiment done in the past .:Ad-hoc experiment, not prepared .:Collaborative experiment Different levels of information capture Interaction with tangibles (racks and machine tags) Transformation of the workflow 21
  • 22. Supporting exploratory science - Aurélien Tabard - LMU Results Usage patterns Different levels of information capture Interaction with tangibles (racks and machine tags) Transformation of the workflow 22
  • 23. Supporting exploratory science - Aurélien Tabard - LMU Image of the wiki and the rack UI 23
  • 24. Supporting exploratory science - Aurélien Tabard - LMU Results Usage patterns Different levels of information capture Interaction with tangibles (racks and machine tags) Transformation of the workflow 24
  • 25. Supporting exploratory science - Aurélien Tabard - LMU Tangible integration 25
  • 26. Supporting exploratory science - Aurélien Tabard - LMU Tangible integration 26
  • 27. Supporting exploratory science - Aurélien Tabard - LMU Mediated tabletop interaction 27 Mediated Tabletop Interaction - Ubicomp'11.
  • 28. Supporting exploratory science - Aurélien Tabard - LMU Results Usage patterns Different levels of information capture Interaction with tangibles (racks and machine tags) Transformation of the workflow .:Blending laboratory and office work .:Computation in the laboratory .:Changes in the plans 28
  • 29. Supporting exploratory science - Aurélien Tabard - LMU 29 Native applications
  • 30. The eLabBench - ITS 2011 30 Physical Design
  • 31. The eLabBench - ITS 2011 .: Snapshots, 
 stills from a top-mounted camera .: Notes, 
 longer typed notes .: Scribbles, 
 short hand-written notes, 31 Capture and access
  • 32. The eLabBench - ITS 2011 .: Wiki based notebook .: Web browser .: Calculator .: Bio-informatics tools .: Word/Excel 32 Native applications
  • 33. Designing for exploratory science - Aurélien Tabard - ITU Questions? Work done in collaboration with .: M. Esbensen .: J. Bardram .: E. Andersen 33
  • 34. The eLabBench - ITS 2011 Mediated tabletop interaction 34 J. D. Hincapié-Ramos, A. Tabard, and J. Bardram Mediated Tabletop Interaction
 In Proceedings of Ubicomp'11.
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  • 36. The eLabBench - ITS 2011 Architecture 2. 36 ActivityDock eLabBench ABC server miniAbcLib miniAbcLib HTTP
 POST/GET Cornerston e Win7 IR pen Win Native
 Services front button Arduino/ Serproxy top camera keyboard mouse
  • 37. The eLabBench - ITS 2011 Architecture 3. 37 ActivityDock eLabBench ABC server miniAbcLib miniAbcLib HTTP
 POST/GET Cornerston e Win7 IR pen keyboard mouse Win Native
 Services front button Arduino/ Serproxy top camera Window managemen
  • 38. The eLabBench - ITS 2011 Architecture 4. 38 ActivityDock eLabBench ABC server miniAbcLib miniAbcLib HTTP
 POST/GET Cornerston e Win7 Win Native
 Services Arduino/ Serproxy top camera Window managemen Cornerston e API Racks Machine tags IR pen keyboard mouse front button