Rapid Prototyping of an AmI-Augmented Office Environment Demonstrator
This paper presents the process and tangible outcomes of a rapid prototyping activity towards the creation of a demonstrator, showcasing the potential use and effect of Ambient Intelligence technologies in a typical office environment. In this context, the hardware and software components used are described, as well as the interactive behavior of the demonstrator. Additionally, some conclusions stemming from the experience gained are presented, along with pointers for future research and development work.
KeywordsMobile Phone Augmented Reality Rapid Prototype Ambient Intelligence Office Environment
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