UBICOMP 2002 
SEPTEMBER 29 - OCTOBER 1, DRAKEN CINEMA AND CONFERENCE CENTER, GÖTEBORG, SWEDEN

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UBICOMP 2002 VIDEO PROGRAM


The following 19 videos will be shown in the UbiComp 2002 video program (although not necessarily in this order!) Some of the videos show visions or systems from the history of ubiquitous computing, while others demonstrate brand-new research concepts and prototypes. Several videos have been edited from their original length. Due to the necessity to use many different video sources, the image and sound quality will vary.

1980:

Office of the Professional (excerpt). Imperial College London

1992:

The Active Badge System (excerpt). AT&T Cambridge

1993:

Ubiquitous Computing. Xerox PARC

1998:

MusicFX: An Arbiter of Group Preferences for Computer-Supported Cooperative Workouts (excerpt). CStar, Accenture

1999:

Online Medicine Cabinet. CStar, Accenture

2000:

comHOME: Video Mediated Communication for Domestic Environments (excerpt). Centre for User-oriented IT design (CID), KTH

The secret life of Dr.WhatsOn. Nokia Mobile Phones

Sentient Computing. AT&T Cambridge

e-guide. Le Studio créatif de France Telecom R&D

2001:

Real-World Showroom. CStar, Accenture

UbiControl - providing new and easy ways to interact with various consumer devices. Distributed Systems Group, ETH Zürich and Aware Home Research Initiative

eErie – eErie enhanced reality interactive experiece. Swedish Institute of Computer Science


2002:

Roomware - the second generation. Ambiente, Fraunhofer IPSI

The Inspiration Watch - a wearable device to aid shopping. Hewlett-Packard Labs, Bristol

Smart Classroom. Tsinghua University

The Personal Server - Changing the ways we think about Ubiquitous Computing. Intel Research

iClub - An Interactive Dance Club. Stanford University

Interliving - Designing Interactive, Intergenerational Interfaces for Living Together. CID/KTH, INRIA and Université de Paris-Sud


Pro-Active Instructions for Furniture Assembly. Perceptual Computing and Computer Vision Group, ETH Zürich