A living laboratory for the design and evaluation of ubiquitous computing technologies

@inproceedings{Intille2005ALL,
  title={A living laboratory for the design and evaluation of ubiquitous computing technologies},
  author={Stephen S. Intille and Kent Larson and Jennifer Beaudin and Jason Nawyn and Emmanuel Munguia Tapia and Pallavi Kaushik},
  booktitle={CHI Extended Abstracts},
  year={2005}
}
We introduce the PlaceLab, a new "living laboratory" for the study of ubiquitous technologies in home settings. The PlaceLab is a tool for researchers developing context-aware and ubiquitous interaction technologies. It complements more traditional data gathering instruments and methods, such as home ethnography and laboratory studies. We describe the data collection capabilities of the laboratory and current examples of its use. 
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