Vision: smart home control with head-mounted sensors for vision and brain activity

@inproceedings{Simoens2014VisionSH,
  title={Vision: smart home control with head-mounted sensors for vision and brain activity},
  author={Pieter Simoens and Elias De Coninck and Thomas Vervust and Jan-Frederik Van Wijmeersch and Tom Ingelbinck and Tim Verbelen and Maaike Op de Beeck and Bart Dhoedt},
  booktitle={MCS@MobiSys},
  year={2014}
}
Today, an increasing number of household appliances is being connected to the Internet to form a smart home. Intelligent control algorithms in the cloud adapt the configuration of this Internet-of-Things to our daily routines and personal preferences. Frequently, there are unforeseen situations where the control algorithms will not capture the actual desired configuration. In these cases, the user must intervene in the control algorithms and manually adjust the connected object's setting… CONTINUE READING

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