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Ambient assisted living technologies for older adults with cognitive and physical impairments: a review

B Ganesan, T Gowda, A Al-Jumaily, K N K Fong, S K Meena, R K Y Tong
2019 European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences  
The aim of this paper is to review the use of Ambient or Active Assisted Living for older adults with physical, cognitive impairments, and their social participation.  ...  Aging population may suffer from various physical, cognitive, and social problems, due to aging process such as impairment of physical related functions (decreased mobility and walking speed, falls, frailty  ...  In the previous literatures, wearable and non-wearable sensors have been recommended for monitoring ADL activities.  ... 
doi:10.26355/eurrev_201912_19686 pmid:31841201 fatcat:haksk23crbbznkhhxiwf4qps5i

Mobile Learning in a Human Geography Field Course

Claire Jarvis, Nicholas Tate, Jennifer Dickie, Gavin Brown
2015 Journal of geography (Houston)  
This paper reports on reusable mobile digital learning resources designed to assist human geography undergraduate students in exploring the geographies of life in Dublin.  ...  We explore how scaffolding can be achieved in such a context, focusing on the development of students' observational, enquiry and thinking skills in the field.  ...  Finally, we thank the students for their positive and constructive participation with new ideas and concepts.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00221341.2015.1026373 fatcat:pcepj3cm2jfalidn7ugwmkih5e

NeuroPlace: Categorizing urban places according to mental states

Lulwah Al-barrak, Eiman Kanjo, Eman M. G. Younis, Boris Podobnik
2017 PLoS ONE  
NeuroPlace breaks new ground not only as a mobile ubiquitous brain monitoring system for urban computing, but also as a system that can advise urban planners on the impact of specific urban planning policies  ...  In this paper, mobile EEG headsets have been used to detect mental states at different types of urban places.  ...  These are all enabling technologies for urban planning and decision making. • Mobile Crowdsourcing: The proposed system can be used for data collection from the crowd, known as crowdsourcing.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0183890 pmid:28898244 pmcid:PMC5595286 fatcat:n7wtfom64fed7ny35a2nlmceiu

What is Your Current Mindset?

Sruthi Viswanathan, Behrooz Omidvar-Tehrani, Jean-Michel Renders
2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
for a satisficing exploration of POI recommendations.  ...  Finally, we ran a summative evaluation of Mindsets and derived guidelines for designing novel categories for recommender systems.  ...  We extend our sincere thanks to all the members of the Ambient Wanderer project at NAVER LABS Europe for their support and discussions on Mindsets.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3491102.3501912 fatcat:waurkcv2cfa5nkcwgz7b7hwii4

The Audible Artefact

Laurence Cliffe, James Mansell, Joanne Cormac, Chris Greenhalgh, Adrian Hazzard
2019 Proceedings of the 14th International Audio Mostly Conference: A Journey in Sound on ZZZ - AM'19  
, it discusses the project within the context of related cultural and sound studies literature, presents some initial conclusions as a result of a practice-based approach, and outlines the next steps for  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The author is supported by the Horizon Centre for Doctoral Training at the University of Nottingham (RCUK Grant No. EP/L015463/1) and Fusing Audio and Semantic Technologies (FAST).  ...  Ambient Inclusion The locative audio walk The Rough Mile [13] provides compelling evidence, and testimony from its participants, for the inclusion of situated ambient noise within such an experience,  ... 
doi:10.1145/3356590.3356617 dblp:conf/audio/CliffeMCGH19 fatcat:axym7t52fjhjlclxv3xl6ikzly

Designing Environments for People with Dementia [chapter]

Alison Bowes, Alison Dawson
2019 Designing Environments for People with Dementia  
Acknowledging that their study did not explore the reasons for wandering and pacing, and that these are often rational and purposeful, they argue that the design modifications they tested appear to show  ...  Median scores in ability to perform ADLs and mobility improved significantly between admission, with incidence of wandering, aggression and agitation all reducing (from data available for 270 patients)  ... 
doi:10.1108/978-1-78769-971-720191004 fatcat:qekq4dqirvbh5megaubjr7e3yu

Road Signs [article]

Salmiah Binti Abdul Hamid
2016 Ph.d.-serien for Det Teknisk-Naturvidenskabelige Fakultet, Aalborg Universitet  
Her research interests include urban mobility, information graphics, road signs system and visual communication.  ...  In the future, her aims are to integrate the mobility research into the graphic design field and improve the Malaysian city design planning and development.  ...  The proposed Urban Streetscape Sign Design Manual not only presents the case studies on road signs in urban spaces, but also the recommendations for a future road sign design system in Malaysia.  ... 
doi:10.5278/vbn.phd.engsci.00007 fatcat:qjdwz2pqgnhrph56k7qzhg4clm

Wayfinding and Orientation by the Visually Impaired

Craig Zimring, John Templer
1983 Journal of Environmental Systems  
First, the characteristics of visually impaired people and several common orientation and mobility strategies are reviewed.  ...  Whereas spatial disorientation is serious for able-bodied, sighted people, it is particuarly serious for the visually impaired.  ...  In urban design, it is insufficient to simply design an isolated transit stop or street crossing for visually impaired people.  ... 
doi:10.2190/hjdk-607c-5mwt-h5vc fatcat:76ew2spkhngblgnjgoh2hkm7em

The changing panorama of interactive storytelling: a review from locative to transmedia

Valentina Nisi
2017 Doc On-Line: Revista Digital de Cinema Documentário  
This paper discusses the evolution of interactive storytelling brought about by the advent of mobile Interfaces.  ...  Moreover, audience members volunteered a range of suggestions from recommendations for the interface design, such as the need of guided paths for nonresidents to extending the project to include the possibility  ...  Efforts are made into the design ever seamless experiences for the mobile audiences (Chalmers & Galani, 2004) ; (Bell et al., 2006) .  ... 
doi:10.20287/doc.esp17.dt02 fatcat:ykan5uzkw5cyjlcfcpwnyr6iem

Where on-line meets on the streets

Martin Flintham, Steve Benford, Rob Anastasi, Terry Hemmings, Andy Crabtree, Chris Greenhalgh, Nick Tandavanitj, Matt Adams, Ju Row-Farr
2003 Proceedings of the conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '03  
We recommend not overly relying on GPS, extensively using audio, and extending interfaces to represent GPS error.  ...  We describe two games in which online participants collaborated with mobile participants on the city streets. In the first, the players were online and professional performers were on the streets.  ...  Additional support for Bystander has been provided by the Arts and Humanities Research Board (AHRB).  ... 
doi:10.1145/642611.642710 dblp:conf/chi/FlinthamBAHCGTAR03 fatcat:t63zzkwz6vbxpb3y2dvwr4y334

Where on-line meets on the streets

Martin Flintham, Steve Benford, Rob Anastasi, Terry Hemmings, Andy Crabtree, Chris Greenhalgh, Nick Tandavanitj, Matt Adams, Ju Row-Farr
2003 Proceedings of the conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '03  
We recommend not overly relying on GPS, extensively using audio, and extending interfaces to represent GPS error.  ...  We describe two games in which online participants collaborated with mobile participants on the city streets. In the first, the players were online and professional performers were on the streets.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work has been supported by the EPSRC funded Equator initiative [GR-N-15986] and the AHRB funded Citywide: interactive experiences in the city using mobile mixed reality technologies  ... 
doi:10.1145/642708.642710 fatcat:jea323bgzfcuvcsbab3vcngnaq

Fragments in Connection and Algorithmic Rule: Encoding the Urban Image in Motion

Christiane Wagner
2022 Zenodo  
Finally, an interdisciplinary approach is proposed to explore the possibility that perception remains a hypothesis for the meaning of contemporary visual culture in its values and effects related to the  ...  Art, architecture, cinematography, and media as urban images in motion concerning digitalization are discussed based on the images of a result, success, conquest, and projection that search for the spectacular  ...  Carleton University SSHRC Explore Development Grant, and SSHRC Exchange Grant.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6503017 fatcat:iwebxttjgbcc5joe7bsmcmbcfe

Dementia on the move: Preliminary results based on a participative qualitative research project focusing on the daily mobility patterns of people with dementia

Bente Knoll, Birgit Hofleitner, Elisabeth Reitinger, Barbara Pichler, Barbara Egger
2018 Zenodo  
However, mobility is a major factor that influences the degree of social participation of people with dementia.  ...  These studies were then analysed in-depth and compared to the daily mobility patters in public spaces of people with dementia living in Vienna.  ...  Acknowledgements The project is financed by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Transport, Innovation and Technology (BMVIT) within the funding programme "Mobilität der Zukunft" ("mobility for tomorrow")  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1456408 fatcat:i54b5z4agjbajhuocltjjndv5y

Mobile and Locative Games in the "Civic Tripod": Activism, Art and Learning

Susana Ruiz, Benjamin Stokes, Jeff Watson
2011 International Journal of Learning and Media  
This report addresses the mobile frontier for civic games, which is fragmented across the applied domains of activism, art and learning.  ...  Going forward, the most useful design principles and analysis may require the ability to analyze across the civic tripod, and publishing modes that are directly shared with practitioners.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Intel Research/Tad Hirsch for their generous sponsorship of this report. Special thanks to Tara McPherson for her guidance and insight.  ... 
doi:10.1162/ijlm_a_00078 fatcat:4vd4sjz3kbdm7issuhsuj3mb4u

Conceptualising differently-mobile passengers: geographies of everyday encumbrance in the railway station

David Bissell
2009 Social & Cultural Geography  
The second section explores how differently-mobile passengers move through the station with these mobile objects.  ...  Drawing on in-depth qualitative research with rail passengers in Britain, the first section explores the entangled relationship between differently-mobile bodies and the station by considering some of  ...  Very many thanks to Lily Kong and the three anonymous referees for their extremely useful, supportive and incisive comments on an earlier version of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1080/14649360802652137 fatcat:yq5fvw7kbzdylfhgqjdkr5rq6m
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