Information Support Systems for Museums, Conferences, and Expositions

To show suitable information to humans is one of the big issues for ubiquitous computing, human computer interaction (HCI) and the emerging field of cyber-physical systems. It is necessary to connect the digital virtual-space -- the so-called cyber world -- with the physical human living-space, so that the computer can sense and calculate various human-related information. This technology allows us to enrich activities by utilizing and sharing the information. In this talk, several information support-systems targeting museum-, conference-, and expo-scenes are introduced, including techniques for human-related group sensing, indoor positioning and direction estimation, as well as location-based communication.


Raum A 1.03, Robert-Hooke-Str. 1 in Bremen

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