The Pervasive 2010 videos will be shown at the beginning and at the end of the technical paper sessions. The Videos will also be included on the USB stick that comes with the conference bag. During the Pervasive 2010 Plaza there will also be a video session.

Accepted videos

  • V1 - Aided Eyes: Eye Activity Sensing for Daily Life (4'23")
    Yoshio Ishiguro, Adiyan Mujibiya, Takashi Miyaki, and Jun Rekimoto
  • V2 - Cat@Log: Cat Wearable Sensing for Supporting Human-Animal Interaction (4'54")
    Kyoko Yonezawa, Masaru Naruoka, Takashi Miyaki, and Jun Rekimoto
  • V3 - Collecting Faces - Augmented Reality Playful Application for Mobile Phones (2'43")
    Jussi Holopainen and Elina Ollila
  • V4 - The E-Sense Project: Investigating the Extended Mind by Building Sensory Augmentation Devices (7'12")
    Jon Bird, Yvonne Rogers, Janet van der Linden, and Simon Holland
  • V5 - The Formamat: Investigating the Dispensability of Pervasive Data (4'26")
    Zane Kripe, Hanna Schraffenberger, Arnout Terpstra
  • V6 - Motion sensitive clothing (5'29")
    Holger Harms, Oliver Amft, Dominique Favre, Christian Liesen, Daniel Roggen, and Gerhard Tröster
  • V7 - Pervasive Technologies in Airplane Seats: Towards Safer and Stress-Free Air Travel (6'17")
    Cornelia Setz, Johannes Schumm, Dominique Favre, Christian Liesen, Bert Arnrich, Daniel Roggen, and Gerhard Tröster
  • V8 - PrintTicket: Simplifying Mobile Printing With Optical Codes (1'43")
    Kurt Partridge, Hua Liu, Alan Walendowski, Bo Begole
  • V9 - Scratch: Video Documentation of Translocational Radio Drama (7'03")
    Nye Parry, Helen Bendon, Stephen Boyd Davis, Magnus Moar
  • V10 - SmartDice: Organizing smart objects networks through mobile phones and the Titan framework (4'36")
    Clemens Lombriser, Mirco Rossi, Dominique Favre, Christian Liesen, Daniel Roggen, Gerhard Tröster
  • V11 - Touching the Untouchables: Vision-based Real-time Interaction with Public Displays through Mobile Touchscreen Devices (4'26")
    Matthias Baldauf, Peter Fröhlich, Peter Reichl
  • V12 - Walk-through of the OPPORTUNITY dataset for activity recognition in sensor rich environments (5'54")
    Daniel Roggen, Alberto Calatroni, Mirco Rossi, Thomas Holleczek, Kilian Förster, Gerhard Tröster, Paul Lukowicz, David Bannach, Gerald Pirkl, Florian Wagner, Alois Ferscha, Jakob Doppler, Clemens Holzmann, Marc Kurz, Gerald Holl, Ricardo Chavarriaga, Marco Creatura, Hesam Sagha, Hamidreza Bayati, José del R. Millan

Video Chairs

  • Peter Fröhlich, Telecommunications Research Center Vienna, Austria
  • Gerd Kortuem, Lancaster University, United Kingdom
  • pervasive_video [AT]