Christian Möllering

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This paper describes the conceptualization and realization of a sensor floor, which can be integrated in home environments to assist old and frail persons living independently at home. Its purpose is to monitor the inhabitant's position within a room, to detect (abnormal) behavioral patterns as well as to activate rescue procedures in case of fall or other(More)
This paper describes the first results on a sensor floor, which can be integrated in home environments to assist old and frail persons living independently at home. The sensor floor works with a dense array of piezo elements. Its purpose is not only to monitor the inhabitant's position within the room but also to analyze impact patterns for later activation(More)
In this paper we delineate and compare the functional and structural potential but also shortcomings of two Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) systems, which aim at providing remote care for elder adults living independently at home. One system, a personal emergency response system, is already in use, the other system, the Future Care Lab, presents a holistic(More)
We experience a drastic increase in post-desktop input devices and interaction techniques but still lack in specific and applicable design principles for these systems. This paper presents a set of design principles for hand gesture based microinteractions. The main concepts from related work are fused together in order to build a clear structure that(More)
Kurzfassung Dieser Beitrag beschreibt das Programm " eHealth – Enhancing Mobility with Aging " , ein interdisziplinäres For-schungsprojekt an der RWTH Aachen, dessen Schwerpunkt auf der Konzeption, Entwicklung und dem Design adapti-ver, in das häusliche Umfeld integrierbarer medizinischer Assistenzsysteme liegt. Die Vision des Projektes ist die eines(More)
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