EasyLiving: An Architecture for Building Intelligent Environments (06 Oct 2000)
EasyLiving is a new research project at MSR aimed at developing a new prototype architecture and technologies for building intelligent environments. It includes the extensibility of "home automation" and the novel UI style of "intelligent rooms", but goes beyond these by incorporating explicit models of geometry, UI devices, and the location of things and people in the world.
Article URL: http://hci.stanford.edu/seminar/abstracts/00-01/001006-shafer.html
(Steve Shafer, Microsoft Research)
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