Poster Proceedings

The Sixth International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing
September 7–10, Nottingham England

Poster Chair James Scott, Intel Research
   
Poster Review Committee

Ramon Caceres, IBM Research

  Anind Dey, Carnegie Mellon University
  Mike Hazas, Lancaster University
  John Krumm, Microsoft Research
  Anthony LaMarca, Intel Research
  Peter Ljungstrand, Interactive Institute, Sweden
  Kenji Mase, Nagoya University
  Tatsuo Nakajima, Waseda University
  Trevor Pering, Intel Research
  Tony Salvador, Intel Research
  Albrecht Schmidt, University of Munich
  Flavia Sparacino, Sensing Places
   
Additional Reviewers

Sidney Fels, University of British Columbia

  Nobuo Kawaguchi, Nagoya University
  Kazushi Nishimoto, JAIST
  Haruo Noma, ATR, Japan
  Steven Shafer, Microsoft Research
  Yasuyuki Sumi, Kyoto University

 

 

3-D Representation of Video Sequences Acquired from Ubiquitous Sensor Environment
  Shoichiro Iwasawa, Sadanori Ito
  ATR Media Infromation Science Laboratories
  Yusuke Otaka, Yasuyuki Sumi
  Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University
  Kenji Mase
  Information Technology Center, Nagoya University
 
A Bind Control Model for Real-Space Programming in Ubiquitous Computing Environment
  Takuya Kashima, Shunsake Saruwatari, Hiroyuki Morikawa, Tomonori Aoyama
  The University of Tokyo
 
A File Migration Architecture for Pervasive Systems
  Adam Hudson, Bob Kummerfield, Aaron Quigley
  School of Information Technologies, University of Sydney
 
A Framework for Ubiquitous Web Service Discovery
  Alastair Carter, Maja Vukovic
  University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory
 
A Layered Structure of Human Interaction Interpretations
  Masashi Takahashi, Yasuyuki Sumi, Toyoaki Nishida
  Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University
  Sadanori Ito, Megumu Tsuchikawa
  ATR Media Information Science Laboratories
  Kiyoshi Kogure
  ATR Intelligent Robotics and Communication Laboratories
  Kenji Mase
  Information Technology Center, Nagoya University
 
A Proposal for Context Data Markup Language
  Mitsuru Minakuchi
  National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
 
A System for Radio Tracking of Team-Sports Players
  Lukas Kencl, Marcelo Pias
  Intel Research Cambridge
  Steve Pennock, Alan Bramley, David Kerwin, Peter Shepherd, Grant Trewartha
  University of Bath
 
A Three-Tier Architecture for Location Presentation
  Christan Decker, Michael Beigl, Albert Krohn, Philip Robinson, Tobias Zimmer, Jun Ma
  TecO, University of Karlsruhe
 
Ad-Hoc Networking Support for Pervasive Collaboration
  Michael S. Thompson, William O. Plymale, Creighton T. Hager, Kevin Henderson, Scott F. Midkiff, Luiz A. DaSilva, Nathaniel J. Davis, Jahng S. Park
  Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Virginia Tech
 
ANS (Autonomic Networked System) for Ubiquitous Computing
  Julia A. McCann, Asher Hoskins, Gawesh Jawaheer
  Department of Computing, Imperial College
 
Applying Logistic Regresssion for Activity Recognition
  Fahd Al-Bin-Ali
  Computer Science Department, University of Arizona
  Nigel Davies
  Computing Department, Lancaster University
 
Art, Information and Office Door Displays
  Ian Frank, Haruhide Sekifuji
  Future University-Hakodate
 
Augmenting Paper-Based Work Practices
  Sara Ljungblad, Maria Håkansson, Lars Erik Holmquist
  Future Applications Lab, Viktoria Institute
  Magnus Bång, Erik Berglund, Anders Larsson
  Santa Anna IT Research Institute
 
Benefits and Challenges of Tabletop Peripheral Displays
  Meredith Ringel Morris
  Stanford University
 
Blue Track - Imperceptible Tracking of Bluetooth Devices
  Marc Haase, Matthias Handy
  University of Rostock
 
Digital Street Game: Location-Based Game as Research Probe
  Michele Chang
  People and Practices Research, Intel Corporation
  Elizabeth Goodman
  confectious design
 
Enhanced Experience of Sport Events
  Josef Hallberg, Sara Svensson, Kåre Synnes
  Luleå University of Technology, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, Division of Media Technology
 
Experience Summation in a Ubiquitous Environment
  Atsushi Nakahara, Megumu Tsuchikawa
  ATR-MIS
  Ken Kumagai, Yasuyuki Sumi
  Kyoto University
  Kiyoshi Kogure
  ATR-IRC
  Kenji Mase
  Nagoya University
 
Factors in Designing Effective Ambient Displays
  Johanna Brewer
  Computer Science Department, Boston University
 
Filtering Location-Based Information Based on Visibility in the Real World
  Ashweeni Beeharee, Anthony Steed
  Department of Computer Science, University College London
 
HeadSphere: A Musical Instrument for People with Limited Mobility
  Christine Brumback
  Interactive Telecommunications Program, New York University
 
Health Monitoring System in the Bedroom using Ubiquitous Technology
  Jong Min Choi
  Interdisciplinary Program in Biomedical Engineering, Seoul National University
  Kwang Suk Park
  Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Medicine, Seoul National University
 
HearWear: The Fashion of Environmental Noise Display
  Milena Iossifova
  Independent Researcher
  Younghui Kim
  Absurdee/Missing Pixel
 
Improving the Usability of a Wearable Input Device SCURRY(TM)
  Byung Seok Soh, Yoon Sang Kim, Sang-Goog Lee
  Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology
 
Indoor Tracking using Solar Cell Powered System: Interpolation of Irradiance
  Julian Randall, Nagendra B. Bharatula, Niroshan Perera, Thomas von Büren, Stijn Ossevoort, Gerhard Tröster
  Wearable Computing Laboratory, Department of Electronics, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
 
IntelliVision
  Christine Brumback, Liubo Borrisov, Jeffrey Galusha
  Interactive Telecommunications Program, New York University
  Annette DiIorio
  The Pediatric Center, New York Foundling Hospital
 
InteractionScope: Non-fixed Wearable Positioning for Location-aware System
  Sadanori Ito, Shoichiro Iwasawa
  ATR Media Information Science Laboratories
  Kiyoshi Kogure, Norihiro Hagita
  ATR Intelligent Robotics and Communications Laboratories
  Yasuyuki Sumi
  Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University
  Kenji Mase
  Information Technology Center, Nagoya University
 
Interactive Storytelling with Captured Video
  Norman Lin
  Graduate School of Information Science, Nagoya University
  Kenji Mase
  Information Technology Center, Nagoya University
  Yasuyuki Sumi
  Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University
  Yasuhiro Katagiri
  ATR Media Information Science Laboratories
 
Medical eGadgets
  Stephen Bellis, David Murphy, David Harty, John Barton, Brendan O'Flynn, Kieran Delaney, Cian O'Mathuna
  NMRC
  Nicholas Drossos, Achilles Kameas, Irene Mavrommatti
  Computer Technology Institute
  Anthony Pounds-Cornish, Arran Holmes, Martin Colley, Vic Callaghan
  University of Essex
 
Mobile Data Transport Enabling Mobile Timetable Recharging in Rural and Remote Areas
  Christopher Lueg, Omer Mahmood
  Interactive Business Research, Charles Darwin University
 
MyPlace: Douple-Personalised Views of Invisible Items in a Ubiquitious Computing Environment
  Davud J. Carmichael, Judy Kay, Bob Kummerfeld
  School of Information Technologies, Univeristy of Sydney
 
Open Window: Reducing Isolation for Patients
  Cian Cullinan, Stefan Agamanolis
  Human Connectedness Group, Media Lab Europe
  Denis Roche
  4th Promise Productions
  Fran Hegarty
  St.James Hospital, Dublin
 
Putting Systems into Place: A Study of Design Requirements for Location-Aware Community System
  Samer Karam, Sukeshini A. Grandhi, Quentin Jones, Loren Terveen, Steve Whittaker
 
Smart Vacuum Cleaner - An Autonomous Location-Aware Cleaning Device
  Svetlana Domnitcheva
  Institute for Pervasive Computing, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich
 
Socialight: A Mobile Social Networking System
  David Melinger, Karen Bonna, Michael Sharon, Mohit SantRam
  Interactive Telecommunications Program, New York University
 
Speech Interaction with Handheld Computers in the Project54 System
  Kriste Krstovski, Andrew L. Kun, W. Thomas Miller III
  Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, University of New Hampshire
 
Supporting Mobile Context-Aware Applications through a Modular Service Infrastructure
  Christiano di Flora, Stefano Russo
  Department of Computer Science, Federico II University of Naples
  Oriana Riva, Kimmo Raatikainen
  Department of Computer Science, University of Helsinki
 
The Ambient Sound Shower: Experience Sharing with Ubiquitous Sensors
  Christof E. Müller, Megumu Tsuchikawa
  ATR Media Information Science Laboratories
  Yasuyuki Sumi
  Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University
  Kenji Mase
  Information Technology Center, Nagoya University
 
The Boundaries of Ubiquity
  Wendy March, Tony Salvador, Steve Barile, Saddam Khattak, John Sherry, Richard Beckwith
  Intel Corporation
  Anne P. McClard
  blue.zebu
 
The Development of a Ubiquitous Health House in South Korea
  Jin Woo Seo
  Interdisciplinary Program in Biomedical Engineering, Seoul National Engineering
  Kwang Suk Park
  Department of Biomedical Engineering, College of Medicine, Seoul National University
 
U1-Chip: Wireless Communication Module for Fast Service Discovery
  Yuichi Taguchi, Shunsuke Saruwatari, Hiroyuki Morikawa, Tomonori Aoyama
  The University of Tokyo
  Mikio Hasegawa, Masugi Inoue
  National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
 
Ubiquitous Monitoring Environment for Wearable and Implantable Sensors (UbiMon)
  Jason W.P. Ng, Benny P.L. Lo, Oliver Wells, Morris Sloman, Guang-Zhong Yang
  Department of Computing, Imperial College London
  Nick Peters
  Department of Cardiology, Imperial College London
  Ara Darzi
  Department of Surgery, Imperial College London
  Chris Toumazou
  Department of Bioengineering, Imperial College London
 
Ubiquitous Service Discovery using TRIP
  Philip Tuddenham, Maja Vukovic
  University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory
 
UMBRELLA.net: Exploring Coincidence Ad-Hoc Networks
  Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Katherine Moriwaki, Linda Doyle
  Disruptive Design Team, Networking and Telecommunications Research Group, Trinity College Dublin
 
User Customization of Three-Pixal Display
  Peter Tarasewich
  College of Computer and Information Science, Northeastern University
  Christopher S. Campbell
  IBM Almaden Research Center
 
u-Texture: A Self-Organizable Material for Building Smart Furniture
  Masao Ideuchi, Daisuke Maruyama, Tomokazu Murakami, Naohiko Kohtake, Jin Nakazawa, Kazunori Takashio, Hideyuki Tokuda
  Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University
 
Visualization for Casual Debugging and System Awareness in a Ubiquitous Computing Environment
  Meredith Ringel Morris
  Stanford University