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Invited speaker for special session at the 1st International IEEE Consumer Electronics Society's Games Innovations Conference 2009 (ICE-GIC 09)

Invited speaker for special session at the 1st International IEEE Consumer Electronics Society's Games Innovations Conference 2009 (ICE-GIC 09)

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    • Space Invading: An approch to sensing ... Hornsby Adrian Tampere University of Technology IEEE CE Games Innovation Conference London 25-28th August 2009
    • About the speaker
    • Mission statement Research on systems, services and applications for advanced digital media integration and convergence in heterogeneous environment.
    • From data to knowledge → Data are often viewed as a lowest level of abstraction from which information and knowledge are derived. → Data comes from sensors
    • The notion of sensing
    • Raw sensing ...
    • Sensors and small devices in the future Internet of Things = 1012 Fringe Internet = 109 Core Internet = 106
    • Accessing this mine of information Information Thought-like world Available Developers Web-like Service world Middle-ware Platform World Low-Level Device world
    • eXtensible Message and Presence Protocol - XMPP open technologies for instant messaging, presence, multi-party chat, voice and video calls, collaboration, lightweight middleware, content syndication, and generalized routing of XML data and much more ... XMPP offers several key advantages over such services: * Open * Standard * Proven * Decentralized Jabber Jabber Server Server * Secure Domain Internet Domain (tut.jabber.a) (nokia.jabber.com) * Extensible * Flexible * Diverse Client Client A B Adrian@tut.jabber.fi Rod@nokia.jabber.com
    • XMPP <stream> <stream> <presence> <show/> sensors available </presence> <message to='tom'> → information Stanza <body/> ....Push </message> mechanism <iq to='tom'> <query/> → ← whats the temperature ? </iq> [ ... ] </stream>
    • XMPP' secret weapon • Presence • PubSub • Discovery
    • The case of XMPP
    • µXMPP for low power devices
    • µXMPP for low power sensors
    • Are the toilets free ? Internet The closest free toilet uXMPP sensors
    • Application area
    • But also … Real-time augmented reality
    • What about games ?? • Games of tag using wireless sensors? • Interactive role-playing games with sensors? • Game Design and Real-Time User satisfaction Help this kid brush his teeth !!! mybrush.sensor.com
    • Some thoughts related to content, experience and games ...
    • Learn from people Kolb (1984) model inspired by the work of Kurt Lewin. Concrete Reflective Experience Observation Learning = Fun Active Abstract Experimentation Conceptualisation
    • The notion of sensing
    • Multimedia sensing • Audio and visual features extraction (TUT-Muvis)
    • Even more than that ...  SMS  Emails  Call logging Life Logging + Raw Sensing  Phonebook Pattern  Blogs Extraction  Forums  Social Website Behavior, Social and Context knowledge  Galleries --EXPERIENCE--  Games  ... New INPUT to my system
    • You were In ISCE 2009 in Tokyo The system noticed you enjoyed Karaoke with CE members You are now in ICE-Game 2009 conference Do you want the list of karaoke places next to Imperial ??
    • Cycle of experience ...
    • Reflective interaction ...
    • The future ... • Low Power Multimedia streaming “Jingle” • The real and the virtual tightly connected – By sensor networks, location, wireless networks, ... • Connecting users and giving more control over: – The choices – The path – The content – The social • Natural navigational paths to information, experiences, relationships and communication
    • The current barriers ... REAL-TIME
    • Make it happen !! “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” Helen Keller 1880-1968 Helen Adams Keller was an American author, activist and lecturer. She was the first deaf-blind person to graduate from college.
    • “And that's just the beginning ...”