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Integrated Ubiquitous Computing - Designing Urban Space with Digital Media - Florian Resatsch and Daniel Michelis

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A presentation held at a lecture at the University of Debrecen, Hungary by me and Daniel Michelis. It shows basic principles of Ubiquitous Computing and potentially interesting applications.

A presentation held at a lecture at the University of Debrecen, Hungary by me and Daniel Michelis. It shows basic principles of Ubiquitous Computing and potentially interesting applications.

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  • 1. Integrated Ubiquitous Computing – Designing Urban Space with Digital Media Florian Resatsch & Daniel Michelis May, 8th 2006 Uni Debrecen – Hungary
  • 2. Agenda 1. Introduction 2. Ubiquitous Computing 3. Design Integration 4. Designing Ubiquitous Computing Applications – IEB Experiments and Learnings 4.1 High D (Interface) 4.2 Hypertagging (Human-Computer Interaction) 4.3 Bluespot (Infrastructure) 4.4 Magical Mirrors (Participation) 5. Integrated Ubiquitous Computing in Public Space Florian Resatsch/Daniel Michelis / 2