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InDAgo -- Prototyping Smart Mobility Assistants

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Together with partners, we develop a technical device that permits independent mobility for people with physical limitations. The presentation gives insight in the project and prototyping a smart mobility assistant.

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InDAgo -- Prototyping Smart Mobility Assistants

  1. 1. Research Project „inDAgo“ PROTOTYPING SMART MOBILITY ASSISTANTS
  2. 2. WHATIS„inDAgo“?
  3. 3. Together with partners, we develop a technical device that permits independent mobility for people with physical limitations. It gives older people in particular more freedom and flexibility, since they can reach their destination safely and without accessibility restrictions –despite limited vision, hearing and mobility.
  4. 4. | 03/2014 | Seite 4 Empowering Interfaces MAIN AIM: SUPPORT DAILY ROUTINE // Giveorientation // Support recognition // Easedecisions // Attractive
  5. 5. WARUM UBIQUITOUS& TANGIBLE
  6. 6. HOWDO OLDERPEOPLESEETHEIRSITUATION?
  7. 7. „Howmanyfarezones? I‘dratherbuya moreexpensive ticket thandodgingthefare.“ „Haven‘tenoughloosemoneywithme.“ „…unhygienic!“
  8. 8. „…not enoughinformationwhenthereisan unexpectedchangeofthetimetable!“ „I ratherstayin familiarenvironmentortakea taxi.“ „I can‘tgetoff thetramwithmywalkingframe!“
  9. 9. „…won‘tunderstandthesenewtechnologies.“ „That‘ssomethingfortheyoung, fordementedonesorforstrangers.“
  10. 10. WHYNOT USETHESMARTPHONETOIMPROVEMOBILITY?
  11. 11. „The most profound technologies are those that disappear. They weave themselves into the fabric of everyday life until they are indistinguishable from it.“ Mark Weiser, The Computer for the 21st Century, 1991
  12. 12. WHAT‘SBETTERTHEN?
  13. 13. eyemovement visual auditory haptic/ tactile olfactory gustatory verbal vestibular gestural/motor/ skincontact sniff INPUT <> OUTPUT toolsthatmakeinformationtangible!
  14. 14. „An affordance is often taken as a relation between an object, or an environment, and an organism that affords the opportunity for that organism to perform an action.“ J.J. Gibson 1977, Don Norman
  15. 15. Seite 15 | TT. Monat JJJJ | Titel der Präsentation WHAT‘S IN YOUR BAG? // practical, alwayswithyou // emotional binding // closetothebody, not disturbing // safe, trustful
  16. 16. INTERACTION LAB: OBJECTS WITH INFORMATION TOGRAB AND GRASP
  17. 17. | 10. Juni 2014 | Seite 18 Empowering Interfaces Patrick Voglau, Katharina Herzog, Malte Fesser
  18. 18. now step2 step3 overall
  19. 19. | 03/2014 | Seite 20 Empowering Interfaces
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  25. 25. | 03/2014 | Seite 28 Empowering Interfaces
  26. 26. | 03/2014 | Seite 29 Empowering Interfaces
  27. 27. FURTHER INFORMATION Project Website: www.indago-projekt.de(in German) UID News: „Invisible companion –the HelpMe-appsupportselderly people in their everyday lives”
  28. 28. www.uid.com User Interface Design GmbH WILHELM-BLEYLE-STRASSE10–12 71636 LUDWIGSBURG +49 (0) 7141 3 77 00-0 info@uid.com

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