uMove Kinetic User Interfaces forFlexible Mobile Collaboration          Vincenzo Pallotta, Pascal Bruegger,   Timothée Mar...
Outiline•  Introduction:  – mobile collaboration requirements•  Scenario and Prototype:  – UbiShop•  Kinetic User Interfac...
Mobile Collaboration•  Mobile Workflow:  –  the design of organization algorithms for the efficient     workflow for mobile o...
Requirements for Mobile            Collaboration•  Guidelines from EU-FP6 MOSAIC   Consortium [Schaffers et al. 2006]:   –...
Outline•  Introduction:  – mobile collaboration requirements•  Scenario and Prototype:  – UbiShop•  Kinetic User Interface...
UbiShop Scenario•  Mobile Organization:   –  a household       •  e.g. a family, or group of students sharing a flat.•  Tas...
Apologize for the misspellings… :-)7   NGMAST07 - Vincenzo.Pallotta@unifr.ch      4/19/12
8   NGMAST07 - Vincenzo.Pallotta@unifr.ch   4/19/12
Issues and solutions•  Without UbiShop:   –  Need a shopping list manager   –  Several static (rigid) shopping lists for e...
UbiShop ArchitectureRFID phidgets10              NGMAST07 - Vincenzo.Pallotta@unifr.ch   4/19/12
Outline•  Introduction:  – mobile collaboration requirements•  Scenario and Prototype:  – UbiShop•  Kinetic User Interface...
uMove Kinetic User Interfaces•  Goal:  – Unobtrusive interaction with UbiComp systems•  How:  – Motion (kinetic)-aware com...
uMoveKUI interaction patterns•  Implicit input  – Example: “Can you buy these items?”      •  Stopping = yes      •  Keep ...
uMove     uMove Framework                                   •  Activity Layer:                                        –  H...
Future (and ongoing) Work•  Integration of   (Web) Services:   –  Online      transactions   –  GIS•  End-user   customiza...
Conclusion•  Mobile Collaboration Scenario:  –  Requirements Study  –  UbiShop Scenario  –  Smart use of mobile Internet t...
uMove Kinetic User Interfaces forFlexible Mobile Collaboration          Vincenzo Pallotta, Pascal Bruegger,   Timothée Mar...
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Kinetic User Interfaces for Flexible Mobile Collaboration

  1. 1. uMove Kinetic User Interfaces forFlexible Mobile Collaboration Vincenzo Pallotta, Pascal Bruegger, Timothée Maret, Nicolas Martenet, Béat Hirsbrunner Pervasive and Artificial Intelligence Research Group Department of Computer Science University of Fribourg, Switzerland
  2. 2. Outiline•  Introduction: – mobile collaboration requirements•  Scenario and Prototype: – UbiShop•  Kinetic User Interfaces: – KUI interaction patterns – The uMove framework•  Future Work and Conclusion 2 NGMAST07 - Vincenzo.Pallotta@unifr.ch 4/19/12
  3. 3. Mobile Collaboration•  Mobile Workflow: –  the design of organization algorithms for the efficient workflow for mobile organizations.•  Workflow: –  a collection of tools that can be used to automate the sequence of actions or tasks used to run a (formal) process.•  Mobile Organizations: –  an organization “…where people, processes, technology and management support work (are) done anyplace/ anytime” [Neal 2003] 3 NGMAST07 - Vincenzo.Pallotta@unifr.ch 4/19/12
  4. 4. Requirements for Mobile Collaboration•  Guidelines from EU-FP6 MOSAIC Consortium [Schaffers et al. 2006]: –  No fixed working space/time –  Internet-based processes –  Mobile technology –  Management of mobility and mobile working culture•  Rationale: –  Enable Flexible Collaboration through Kinetic-aware Interfaces for Mobile Ubicomp Systems. 4 NGMAST07 - Vincenzo.Pallotta@unifr.ch 4/19/12
  5. 5. Outline•  Introduction: – mobile collaboration requirements•  Scenario and Prototype: – UbiShop•  Kinetic User Interfaces: – KUI interaction patterns – The uMove framework•  Future Work and Conclusion 5 NGMAST07 - Vincenzo.Pallotta@unifr.ch 4/19/12
  6. 6. UbiShop Scenario•  Mobile Organization: –  a household •  e.g. a family, or group of students sharing a flat.•  Task: –  Distributed Collaborative Resources Management•  Goals: –  Account for mobility in workflow –  Extend standard task assignment policy for the Master-Worker collaboration model –  Optimize for efficiency and unobtrusiveness 6 NGMAST07 - Vincenzo.Pallotta@unifr.ch 4/19/12
  7. 7. Apologize for the misspellings… :-)7 NGMAST07 - Vincenzo.Pallotta@unifr.ch 4/19/12
  8. 8. 8 NGMAST07 - Vincenzo.Pallotta@unifr.ch 4/19/12
  9. 9. Issues and solutions•  Without UbiShop: –  Need a shopping list manager –  Several static (rigid) shopping lists for each person –  Risk that not all needed items will be purchased•  With UbiShop: –  No need of a shopping list manager –  A single up-to-date shopping list •  Purchase status always available –  No duplicated purchases –  Just in time/place task assignment –  Alerts can be easily generated for forgotten “essential” items 9 NGMAST07 - Vincenzo.Pallotta@unifr.ch 4/19/12
  10. 10. UbiShop ArchitectureRFID phidgets10 NGMAST07 - Vincenzo.Pallotta@unifr.ch 4/19/12
  11. 11. Outline•  Introduction: – mobile collaboration requirements•  Scenario and Prototype: – UbiShop•  Kinetic User Interfaces: – KUI interaction patterns – The uMove framework•  Future Work and Conclusion 11 NGMAST07 - Vincenzo.Pallotta@unifr.ch 4/19/12
  12. 12. uMove Kinetic User Interfaces•  Goal: – Unobtrusive interaction with UbiComp systems•  How: – Motion (kinetic)-aware computing: •  Motion triggers events •  User’s intention recognized from motion activity – Specific interaction patterns: •  Implicit input •  Continuous tracking – Rapid Prototyping System: uMove framework 12 NGMAST07 - Vincenzo.Pallotta@unifr.ch 4/19/12
  13. 13. uMoveKUI interaction patterns•  Implicit input – Example: “Can you buy these items?” •  Stopping = yes •  Keep walking = no•  Continuous tracking – Inferring user’s intentions from activity: •  Entering in a grocery shop is interpreted as the availability of buying needed items. •  Walking at high speed nearby a grocery shop is interpreted as unwillingness to buy items. 13 NGMAST07 - Vincenzo.Pallotta@unifr.ch 4/19/12
  14. 14. uMove uMove Framework •  Activity Layer: –  High-level semantic actions •  KUI-space Layer: –  Kuidgets, Active Zones –  Motion properties –  Spatio-temporal relations •  Observation Layer: –  Raw kinetic data –  Wraps motion sensors: •  GPS, accelerometer, compass14 NGMAST07 - Vincenzo.Pallotta@unifr.ch 4/19/12
  15. 15. Future (and ongoing) Work•  Integration of (Web) Services: –  Online transactions –  GIS•  End-user customization•  Fully distributed system: –  Ad-hoc network 15 NGMAST07 - Vincenzo.Pallotta@unifr.ch 4/19/12
  16. 16. Conclusion•  Mobile Collaboration Scenario: –  Requirements Study –  UbiShop Scenario –  Smart use of mobile Internet technology and location/ motion awareness –  Beyond classical Master-Worker model for distributed collaboration•  Functional prototype for the Ubishop scenario: –  based on the Kinetic User Interfaces (KUI) –  implemented on top of the uMove framework 16 NGMAST07 - Vincenzo.Pallotta@unifr.ch 4/19/12
  17. 17. uMove Kinetic User Interfaces forFlexible Mobile Collaboration Vincenzo Pallotta, Pascal Bruegger, Timothée Maret, Nicolas Martenet, Béat Hirsbrunner Pervasive and Artificial Intelligence Research Group Department of Computer Science University of Fribourg, Switzerland

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