The Aware Home: A Living Laboratory for Ubiquitous Computing Research
We are building a home, called the Aware Home, to create a living laboratory for research in ubiquitous computing for everyday activities. This paper introduces the Aware Home project and outlines some of our technology-and human-centered research objectives in creating the Aware Home.
KeywordsHome ubiquitous computing context-awareness sensors applications evaluation
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