Smart for Life: Designing Smart Home Technologies that Evolve with Users

@inproceedings{Mennicken2015SmartFL,
  title={Smart for Life: Designing Smart Home Technologies that Evolve with Users},
  author={Sarah Mennicken and Amy S. Hwang and Rayoung Yang and Jesse Hoey and Alex Mihailidis and Elaine M. Huang},
  booktitle={CHI Extended Abstracts},
  year={2015}
}
As sensing and actuation technologies grow more widespread, smart home infrastructures will become both feasible and flexible in supporting multiple applications. The development of these "smart home technologies" have been investigated by diverse fields spanning technical, sociological, and health-oriented disciplines, attempting to meet varying users' needs from technology savvy, "mass market", and functionally declining older adult populations. In an effort to promote human-centred knowledge… CONTINUE READING

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