Late Breaking Results (LBR)

From the 53 submitted late breaking result papers, we are happy to announce that we were able to accept the following 28 thus, acceptance rate for LBR is 53 percent. The authors of accepted LBR papers are invited to present their research results as a poster at the conference, as well as within the 1-minute-madness. The LBR papers are published as part of the printed adjunct proceedings, which will be distributed to all conference participants.

Accepted LBR papers

PALMbit: A PALM Interface with Projector-Camera System
Goshiro Yamamoto, Kosuke Sato (Osaka University, JP)

Mobile Coaching in Sports
Arnold Baca (University of Vienna, AT); Philipp Kornfeind (University of Vienna, AT)

When Does the Public Look at Public Displays?
Elaine Huang (RWTH Aachen University, DE)

Collaborative, Context-aware Experience Sampling for Depressive Patients
Lishan Wang (National Taiwan University, TW); Keng-hao Chang (UC Berkeley, US); Sue-huei Chen (National Taiwan University, TW); Sheng-hsiang Yu (National Taiwan University, TW); Hao-hua Chu (National Taiwan University, TW)

Activity Mirror: Ambient Feedback System to Change Human's Behavior
Tatsuo Nakajima (Waseda University, JP); Hiroaki Kimura (Waseda University, JP)

mopix: Playful Encounters with Surveillance in Everyday Urban Settings
Silvia Lindtner (University of California, Irvine, US); Judy Chen (University of California, Irvine, US)

Design and Implementation of Protocol Evaluator for Ubiquitous Community Networks
Namhi Kang (The Catholic University of Korea, KR)

Mug-Tree: A Playful Mug to Encourage Healthy Habit of Drinking Fluid Regularly
Ju-Chun Ko (National Taiwan University, TW); Yi-Ping Hung (National Taiwan University, TW); Hao-hua Chu (National Taiwan University, TW)

Urban Pixels
Susanne Seitinger (MIT, US); Mark Feldmeier (MIT, US)

Communication Decisions: Why Call vs. Poke?
Cheryl Coyle (Alcatel-Lucent, US); Paulo Santos (Alcatel-Lucent, US); Heather Vaughn (Alcatel-Lucent, US)

GRECOM: Group Context Management Middleware for Group Event based Services
Cholsong Chong (University of Ritsumeikan, JP); Nobuhiko Nishio (Ritsumeikan University, JP)

Reaching for the Ceiling: Exploring Modes of Interaction
Martin Tomitsch (Vienna University of Technology, AT)

Utilizing Everyday Artefacts for Content Sharing
Simo Hosio (University of Oulu, FI); Fahim Kawsar (Waseda University, JP)

Exploring User Relationship Based on Favorite Objects in Cell Phone Based Life Log Data
Daisuke Morikawa (KDDI Corporatioin, JP)

Integrating Actuation on RFID tags: an Energy Consideration
Ali Dada (University of St. Gallen, CH); Florian Michahelles (ETH Zurich, CH)

Pulp-Based Computing
Marcelo Coelho (MIT Media Laboratory, US); Joanna Berzowska (Concordia University, CA); Pattie Maes (MIT Media Laboratory, US)

Product Authentication 2.0
Felix von Reischach (ETH Zürich, CH); Florian Michahelles (ETH Zurich, CH); Elgar Fleisch (ETH Zurich & University of St. Gallen (HSG), CH)

LookingGlass: A new interaction technology for ubicomp
Steve Hodges (Microsoft Research, UK); Shahram Izadi (Microsoft Research, UK)

Blurring the Line Between Simulation and Real-World Prototypes Using Second Life(TM)
Ricardo Morla (Universitiy of California, Irvine and INESC Porto, PT); Cristina Lopes (University of California, Irvine, US)

Place this Photo on a Map: A Study of Explicit Disclosure of Location Information
Fabien Girardin (Pompeu Fabra University, ES); Josep Blat (Pompeu Fabra University, ES)

Blades & Tiles: An extensible hardware architecture approach for ubiquitous interaction devices
Rajesh Sankaran (Louisiana State University, US); Brygg Ullmer (Louisiana State University, US); Srikanth Jandhyala (Louisiana State University, US)

Exploring Proxemics-Based Awareness Support for Pedestrians
Shinichi Konomi (University of Tokyo, JP); Ryohei Suzuki (University of Tokyo, JP); Kaoru Sezaki (University of Tokyo, JP)

Datascape: from virtual to hybrid worlds
Eric Kabisch (University of California, Irvine, US)

Designing Devices for Context-Aware Sound Recordings
Ivan Poupyrev (Sony CSL, JP); Haruo Oba (Sony Creative Center, JP); Takuo Ikeda (Sony Creative Center, JP)

Toward A Smart Space Inside Car
Gang Pan (Zhejiang University, CN)

Instant Learning Sound Sensor: Flexible Real-world Sound Event Recognition System
Yuya Negishi (Nagoya University, JP); Nobuo Kawaguchi (Nagoya University, JP)

Intimate Self-Disclosure via Mobile Messaging: Influence Strategies and Social Responses to Communication Technologies
Dean Eckles (Stanford University, US); Douglas Wightman (Stanford University, US); Claire Carlson (Stanford University, US); Attapol Thamrongrattanarit1 (Stanford University, US); Marcello Bastea-Forte (Stanford University, US); Brian Fogg (Stanford University, US)


Lately withdrawn accepted LBR papers

Approachability: How people interpret gesturing automatic doors
Wendy Ju (Stanford University, US); Leila Takayama (Stanford University, US)