Goals and Topics
The primary goal of the workshop is to bring together technical experts, artists, designers, and possible end-users of Digital Object Memories in order to discuss technical, social, privacy, and legal implications of object memory systems, to establish a common view on requirements to digital memories, and to leverage cooperation in future activities. The workshop will combine traditional presentations and discussion with a practice-based experimentation.
Possible workshop topics include (but are not limited to):
- Architectures: General architectures and middleware approaches which allow for the realization of item memory functionality.
- Memory Content Representation and Modeling: Formats and methods for the representation and exchange of object memory content.
- Memory Creation: Technologies and concepts for the manual, semi-automatic, or automatic creation/capturing of memory content.
- Memory Mining: Algorithms to derive higher-order information like interaction patterns or state anomalies from object memories.
- Human Memory Access: Technologies, concepts, and interaction metaphors that make the content of object memories accessible to human users.
- Applications and Experiences: Application scenarios and existing implementations of digital object memory systems.
- Privacy and Legal Aspects: Discussion of topics like ownership of recorded data, access control, trustworthiness, or duration of storage.
- Social Implications: Discussion and studies related to possible implications of object memory systems on human relations to objects and other humans.
Michael Schneider, Alexander Kröner,
Peter Stephan, Thomas Plötz,
Fahim Kawsar, Gerd Kortuem
Kaori Fujinami, Aart van Halteren, Jürgen Hupp, Wolfgang Maass, Carsten Magerkurth, Florian Michahelles, Jin Nakazawa, Marc Roelands, Jon Rogers, Chris Speed, Frédéric Thiesse
DOME-IoT 2010 was held at Copenhagen, Denmark on September 26, 2010 in conjunction with Ubicomp 2010.
Ubicomp 2010 conference