Configuring the Ubiquitous Home

@inproceedings{Rodden2004ConfiguringTU,
  title={Configuring the Ubiquitous Home},
  author={Tom Rodden and Andy Crabtree and Terry Hemmings and Boriana Koleva and Jan Humble and Karl-Petter {\AA}kesson and P{\"a}r Hansson},
  booktitle={COOP},
  year={2004}
}
This paper presents the development of a lightweight component model that allows user to manage the introduction and arrangement of new interactive services and devices in the home. Interaction techniques developed through userparticipation enable household members – rather than designers – to configure and reconfigure interactive devices and services to meet local needs. As part of this we have developed a tablet-based editor that discovers available ubiquitous components and presents these to… CONTINUE READING
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