Second Year Evaluation (XVI cycle)          Luigi De Russis                      Living in Smart Environments:            ...
HCI in the Ambient Intelligence field2       Ambient Intelligence (AmI)          vision of a future information society ...
Overview3    Exploring different interactions with the environment…         WIMP                       Mobile             ...
Research-related activities4    Main research domain                                           Side activities       gaze...
DOGeye5       Multimodal eye-based        application            enable people with motor             disabilities to co...
“Energy efficient” behavior (I)6       Design of an innovative user interface            to incentivize responsible and ...
“Energy efficient” behavior (II)7       Development of an        Android app exploiting        the survey results as a   ...
Rule-based activity delegation8       Need to find a balance        between:            fully-automated home           ...
dWatch9       Wearable notification and command        system prototype            low-cost and off-the-shelf          ...
Dog-related activities10        DogPower             publish energy and power consumptions for different devices, eventu...
Other activities…11        Other projects I’m (was) involved             JEERP (J-Energy Enterprise Resource Planning)  ...
Future works12        Complete on-going projects           “Energy   efficient” behavior app (paper in writing) and     ...
Thanks!           Luigi De Russis           luigi.derussis@polito.it           http://elite.polito.itLiving in Intelligent...
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Living in Smart Environments - 2nd year PhD Report

  1. 1. Second Year Evaluation (XVI cycle) Luigi De Russis Living in Smart Environments: Interfaces, Interaction and Usability
  2. 2. HCI in the Ambient Intelligence field2  Ambient Intelligence (AmI)  vision of a future information society  in which people are empowered through a digital environment  aware of their presence and context  sensitive, adaptive and responsive to their needs, habits, gestures and emotions  must be Pervasive Pervasive  user-friendly computing communication  secure Intelligent  controllable User-friendly  almost invisible Interface Living in Intelligent Environments: Interfaces, Interaction and Usability 27/11/2012
  3. 3. Overview3 Exploring different interactions with the environment… WIMP Mobile Wearable Touch Natural Language Gaze … in different topics and areas School and Residential Industrial sensors monitoring university appliances control Energy Universal Access Activity delegation saving Living in Intelligent Environments: Interfaces, Interaction and Usability 27/11/2012
  4. 4. Research-related activities4 Main research domain Side activities  gaze interaction  Dog-related activities  DOGeye  other projects  “energy efficient” behavior  scientific activities  rule-based activity delegation  wearable interaction  dWatch Living in Intelligent Environments: Interfaces, Interaction and Usability 27/11/2012
  5. 5. DOGeye5  Multimodal eye-based application  enable people with motor disabilities to control and manage their homes  User testing with experienced as well not experienced eye-tracker users gives good results  Publication  D. Bonino, E. Castellina, F. Corno, L. De Russis, “DOGeye: Controlling your Home with Eye Interaction”, Interacting with Computers, 2011 Living in Intelligent Environments: Interfaces, Interaction and Usability 27/11/2012
  6. 6. “Energy efficient” behavior (I)6  Design of an innovative user interface  to incentivize responsible and “green” energy consumption behaviors in domestic environments  Development of a user survey, published on the Internet  presented the designed interface working in 2 different modalities  collected information about user understanding, and opinions or ideas on the proposed interaction paradigms  nearly 1000 replies were received and a lot of suggestions were given to improve the presented interface  Publication  D. Bonino, F. Corno, L. De Russis, “Home Energy Consumption Feedback: A User Survey”, Energy and Building, 2012 Living in Intelligent Environments: Interfaces, Interaction and Usability 27/11/2012
  7. 7. “Energy efficient” behavior (II)7  Development of an Android app exploiting the survey results as a master thesis which I supervised  STORIES (Polo ICT - feasibility study)  advanced user interfaces and user interaction methodologies for improving user awareness about energy consumption and energy saving in homes Living in Intelligent Environments: Interfaces, Interaction and Usability 27/11/2012
  8. 8. Rule-based activity delegation8  Need to find a balance between:  fully-automated home  full user control  Design of a rule definition interface specifically aimed at “not-skilled” home inhabitants  An Android application is under development as a master thesis I supervise  Publication  D. Bonino, F. Corno, L. De Russis, “A User-Friendly Interface for Rules Composition in Intelligent Environments”, International Symposium on Ambient Intelligence, 2011 Living in Intelligent Environments: Interfaces, Interaction and Usability 27/11/2012
  9. 9. dWatch9  Wearable notification and command system prototype  low-cost and off-the-shelf  handle messages coming from the environment  quick access command  Preliminary user study shows interest in real-world use  Publications  D. Bonino, F. Corno, L. De Russis, “dWatch: a Personal Wrist Watch for Smart Environments”, 3rd International Conference on Ambient Systems, Networks and Technologies, 2012  D. Bonino, F. Corno, L. De Russis, “The Smart Home on Your Wrist”, IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics (under review) Living in Intelligent Environments: Interfaces, Interaction and Usability 27/11/2012
  10. 10. Dog-related activities10  DogPower  publish energy and power consumptions for different devices, eventually by estimating their individual consumptions from aggregated points of measure  Speak2Home  speech-driven interface for a smart home, for the benefit of mobility impaired users  spChains  framework for building re-usable and modular processing chains for monitoring (and alerting) tasks, especially in the energy field, built atop of a set of standard, and extensible, stream processing blocks  Publications  D. Bonino, F. Corno, L. De Russis, “Real-time Big Data Processing for Domain Experts, An Application to Smart Buildings”, chapter in: Big Data Computing (in press)  D. Bonino, L. De Russis, “Mastering real-time big data with stream processing chains”, XRDS: Crossroads, The ACM Magazine for Students, 2012 Living in Intelligent Environments: Interfaces, Interaction and Usability 27/11/2012
  11. 11. Other activities…11  Other projects I’m (was) involved  JEERP (J-Energy Enterprise Resource Planning)  D. Bonino, F. Corno, L. De Russis, G. Ferrero, “JEERP: Energy-aware Enterprise Resource Planning”, IEEE IT Professional (under review)  Applus.enérgie  creation of a smart and shared management system for energy consumptions in public buildings intended for technical training  SMILE-O  framework for the optimization of electrical consumption and production, based on a provisional model  Department editor for XRDS, The ACM Magazine for Students  Reviewer  Interact 2011 - 2013 (conference)  Interacting with Computer (Elsevier journal) Living in Intelligent Environments: Interfaces, Interaction and Usability 27/11/2012
  12. 12. Future works12  Complete on-going projects  “Energy efficient” behavior app (paper in writing) and its integration with Dog  Rules app  Visual programming interface for the spChains framework  Evaluation in the Applus.enérgie Living Labs  students, teachers and technicians of Politecnico and Verrés I.S.I.T.P. involved  Start working on Distributed User Interface (DUI) Living in Intelligent Environments: Interfaces, Interaction and Usability 27/11/2012
  13. 13. Thanks! Luigi De Russis luigi.derussis@polito.it http://elite.polito.itLiving in Intelligent Environments: Interfaces, Interaction and Usability 27/11/2012
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