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In past years, ubiquitous computing technologies have been successfully deployed for supporting children with special needs. One focus of current research has been on post-hoc behavior analysis based on video footage where one or multiple cameras were used to review situations in which children behaved in a certain way. As miniaturized cameras as well as portable devices are becoming available at low costs, we envision a new quality in supporting the diagnosis, observation, and education ofdoi:10.1145/2107596.2107605 dblp:conf/mum/AltBPSH11 fatcat:p7qaorxhujamdeuztanbv4imu4