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Experiences and challenges in deploying potentially invasive sensor systems for dynamic media applications

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3 Author(s)
Nan-Wei Gong ; MIT Media Lab. E14-548, Cambridge, MA, USA ; Laibowitz, M. ; Paradiso, J.A.

This paper describes a series of projects that explore a set of dynamic media applications built upon a potentially invasive sensor system - the Ubiquitous Media Portal, featuring high-resolution video and audio capture with user ID/tracking capabilities that we installed throughout our facility. In addition to sensors, the portals provide a display and loudspeaker to locally display information or manifest phenomena from virtual worlds. During an eight-month long period, we implemented four different applications to explore acceptance by our buildingwide users. Our results provide insight into how different levels of information presentation and perceived user control can influence the user acceptance and engagement with such sensor platforms in ubiquitous deployments.

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Virtual Reality Workshop (CMCVR), 2010 Cloud-Mobile Convergence for

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20-20 March 2010