James F. Juola

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J. Oberzaucher CEIT RALTEC, Institute of Rehabilitation and Assisted Living Technologies, Schwechat, Austria e-mail: j.oberzaucher@fh-kaernten.at Abstract Demographic developments have challenged our research on how to assist elderly people by using robots. The KSERA (Knowledgeable SErvice Robots for Aging) project integrates smart home technology and a(More)
Mobile persuasion is using a mobile device to motivate people to change their behavior in a positive way. Thus there is the potential in investigating how mobile technology could motivate people to change their behavior towards energy use in a home setting. In this paper we report a pilot study that was conducted to determine which of three visualization(More)
telligent Homes: Results From Laboratory Studies and Field Trials. Elena Torta Eindhoven University of Technology, Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Innovation Sciences, Human-Technology Interaction Group, Den Dolech 2, 5600MB Eindhoven, The Netherlands Johannes Oberzaucher, Franz Werner CEIT Raltec, Institute of Rehabilitation and Assistive Living(More)
The design of socially acceptable behaviours is becoming one major issue for the development of robots that are able to interact with humans in unconstrained environments. In particular, social behaviours such as gazing, mutual positioning or gesturing allow robots to initiate and maintain an information exchange with humans. This paper focuses on (1) the(More)