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Pattie Maes of the MIT Media Lab presents her research on the Sixth Sense at MassTLC's 2010 Annual Meeting

Pattie Maes of the MIT Media Lab presents her research on the Sixth Sense at MassTLC's 2010 Annual Meeting

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  • 1. Bridging the digital - physical divide Pattie Maes MIT Media Laboratory
  • 2. A wealth of information is available
  • 3. But it is not easily accessible
  • 4. But it is not easily accessible
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  • 6. But it is not easily accessible
  • 7. But it is not easily accessible
  • 8. But it is not easily accessible
  • 9. How can we seamlessly integrate digital information into our daily physical lives?
  • 10. ReachMedia: On-the-move Interaction with Augmented Objects (Feldman, Sad) • Wireless RFID reader wristband reads tags in objects held by user • Touching an object results in a menu of services and information: • Order a copy • Read reviews • Leave a message • Retrieve messages • Do a keyword search • … RFID reading wristband - Feldman,Sadi, 2003
  • 11. Augmented earbud - Merrill, 2005
  • 12. Information ring - Merrill, 2006
  • 13. Sixth Sense - Mistry, 2008
  • 14. Augmented Reality no longer Science Fiction Layar: While looking through the phone's camera lens, a user can see houses for sale, popular bars and shops, 13 tourist information, play a live game, etc.
  • 15. Bridging the digital & physical world by augmenting the world around us with information
  • 16. Thank You!
  • 17. What is the MIT Media Laboratory? 16
  • 18. Inside: • 150 students • 30 faculty • 70 companies • with international and interdisciplinary backgrounds • and a common passion for inventing digital technologies that empower people and improve the quality of life 17
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