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Sewn with Ariadne's thread: Visualizations for Wearable & Ubiquitous Computing

Sewn with Ariadne's thread: Visualizations for Wearable & Ubiquitous Computing

Short presentation of a short story, set in 2045, talking about Lance, a femto-technology researcher and his wearable Alicia. Presented in Death Of the Desktop Workshop, IEEE Visualization Conference 2014, Paris, France

Panagiotis D. Ritsos

November 09, 2014
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  1. SEWN WITH ARIADNE’S THREAD
    VISUALIZATIONS FOR WEARABLE & UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING
    Panagiotis D. Ritsos1, Joseph W. Mearman1, Andrew Vande Moere2 and Jonathan C. Roberts1
    [1] Bangor University, UK
    [2] KU Leuven, Belgium
    DEATH OF THE DESKTOP WORKSHOP – IEEE CONFERENCE ON VISUALIZATION (VIS) 2014, PARIS, FRANCE

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  2. It’s the year 2045…
    Wearables work in synergy with devices embedded in our environment
    Smart textiles assume the texture and appearance of any material
    Miniaturized projection-based displays allow the construction of focus-sensing VRDs
    Thermal scanners and camera-vision systems make every surface interactive
    Wearable kinaesthetic and affective sensors read our movements and our emotions
    Handheld devices use flexible displays and can `cast’ content on to the environment
     

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  3. Visualization in 2045…
    Mixed and Augmented Reality display systems enable us to visualize complex
    datasets in new ways
    Depth-sensing cameras register computer generated objects and
    visualizations seamlessly in our surroundings
    Visualizations can be ‘cast’ on our environment, or on complementary devices
    Body-worn sensory modalities collect data constantly, about our daily activities
    AI-driven Brain Machine Interfaces collect and classify our thoughts and
    dreams

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  4. Getting there…
    Illustrations by IEEE, Danny Yount. Bruce Aylward, Samsung, Google, Gtec, Raygun Studio, Tor Books & UCLA

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  5. Getting there…
    Illustrations by IEEE, Danny Yount. Bruce Aylward, Samsung, Google, Gtec, Raygun Studio, Tor Books & UCLA

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