Federica Protti

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Self-portraits are more likely to show the artist's right than left cheek. This phenomenon may have a psychobiological basis: Self-portraitists often copy their subject from mirrors and, if they prefer to present their left cheek (more expressive due to right-lateralization of emotions) to the mirror, this would result in a right-cheek bias in the painting.(More)
This article introduces a framework for creating rich augmented environments based on a social web of intelligent things and people. We target outdoor environments, aiming to transform a region into a smart environment that can share its cultural heritage with people, promoting itself and its special qualities. Using the applications developed in the(More)
WantEat is about interacting with everyday objects that become intelligent hubs for accessing and sharing the cultural heritage of a territory. Objects are smart in the sense that they share knowledge with users, interact with them in a personalized way and maintain social relationships with users and other objects. When interacting with an object, a user(More)
Thanks to the joint cooperation of a multidisciplinary research group, a new learning environment (called Audio Interaction Lab, referred as "lab" in the paper) has come into existence. The environment allows the experience of sound in space, through a tablet application and a multichannel audio architecture, which rely on a dynamic sound library. It has(More)
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