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  • 1. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004Ambient Intelligencenieuwe technologische mogelijkheden om hetdigitaal erfgoed te ontsluitenProf.dr.ir. J.H. (Berry) EggenConferentie Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004

2. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004Todays Technology 3. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004Content Interaction technology of the future Design principles for intelligentproduct environments New directions 4. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004Interaction Technology of the Future:Academic and Industrial Research ubiquitouspervasiveambientinteractive computing computing intelligence workspaces sentientaugmented computing spaces intelligent augmented aware pervasiveenvironmentsrealitycomputing computing 5. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004Ubiquitous Computingor the age of calm technology, when technologyrecedes into the background of our livesParcTab DeathStar ParcPad LiveBoard 6. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004 Pervasive Computing the ability to access information, virtually everywhere, at any time, is transforming the way we live and workTspaces - PAN DreamSpace MagicPointing EmotionMouseBlueEyes 7. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004 Augmented Reality establish symbiotic relationships between humans and technologyPick-and-Drop Surfaces Augment-Able RealityInteraction 8. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004 Sentient Computing using sensors and resource status data to maintain a model of the world which is shared between users and applicationsULS Browser Follow-Me InfoHopper SmartPosters 9. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004Pervasive Computingbringing abundant computation and communication,as pervasive and free as air,naturally into peoples lives;enabling people to do more by doing lesscamera arraysituatedcomputing projectorphonemicrophone arrayHandy21Enviro21N21 10. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004happysadCarpet Glasses Toys JewelryChanging KidsRoom Guardian TangiblePlaces AngelMedia 11. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004Intelligent Environments - SPOTdynamic aggregation of diverse I/O devices intoa single coherent user experience; allow typicalPC-focused activities to move off of a fixed desktopand into the environment as a wholeEasyLiving SPOTLocatorAwareTVMeetingRoom 12. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004Aware Computinga complete shift from thinking about computers asextensions of the desktop to the extensions of theenvironment we live inAwareHome Aging-in-PlaceDomiscilia SmartCarpetCyberGuide 13. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004Ambient Intelligenceelectronic environments that are sensitive andresponsive to the presence of peopleHomeLab WWICE HomeRadio Phenom CAMPSmartMirror 14. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004 Interaction Technology of the Future EmbeddedMany invisible distributed devices throughout the environment, Aware that are sensitive to your presence,Naturalthat support intuitive interaction, Personalthat can be tailored towards your needs and can recognize you, Adaptivethat can change in response to you and your environment,Anticipatory and anticipate your desires as far as possible without conscious mediation. 15. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004Design principles for intelligentproduct environments Enriched experiences beyond utility & usability Design for personal experiences (not: of) Fit rhythms, patterns, and cycles of everyday life Smooth transitions from subliminal awareness (background) to direct interaction (foreground) Emergent culture of smart artefacts that intelligently facilitate and shape relationships of people with their environments 16. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004New directions:multimodal interaction context-aware computingPeople perspective: broaden bandwidth of user-system interaction bring naturalness to user-system interaction by capitalizing on everyday human communication skillsProduct (or system) perspective: rich input from environment necessary for truly intelligent (i.e. meaningfull and appropriate) behaviour multimodal output to communicate embedded potential for possible actions 17. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004New directions:tangible computing embodied interaction embody mechanisms for interactive control in physical representations interacting through technology instead of acting on technology, or from device control to enhanced and new interactive experiences with a social dimension smart and active tangibles that deliver system functionality that goes beyond utility and usability by inspiring, challenging, exciting and affecting people 18. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004New directions:intelligent behaviour decentralized systems several smart objects linked into a network giving rise to emergent functionality everyday objects teaming up with people to create a desired experience 19. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004New directions:user-centered design ethnomethodology user-centered-design: match technological possibilities to peoples needs, abilities and desires social and cultural aspects of intelligent product environments should be explicitely taken into account ethnomethodology: study of common-sense routines used by people to manage and organise everyday behaviour 20. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004Conclusionsa sound understanding of everyday1interactions is key to the successful application and useof technology in the futurewhat value can be added to a product through2 communication with the environment? 21. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004Thank you for your attention !Questions? 22. Erfgoed in het eCulturele Tijdperk 2 december 2004Contact:Berry EggenUser Centered Engineering Research GroupTechnische Universiteit Eindhoven/ Department of Industrial DesignPhone : +31 40 247 5227E-mail : j.h.eggen@tue.nl