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Smart, User-friendly, Interactive, Tactual, Cognition-Enhancer that Yields Extended Sensosphere - Appropriating sensor technologies, machine learning, gamification and smart haptic interfaces

Deliverables

Driving and control units for the textile III

Based on work in T6.1 electromechanical driving, actuating and control units will be done in iterations generating more mature technical solutions along while the project is proceeding.

Prototypes for psychophysical studies with one touch dimension I

Based on Task 5.3 prototypes for T6.1 will be delivered having one significant touch, heat or olfactory dimension.

Driving and control units for the textile I

Based on work in T6.1 electromechanical driving, actuating and control units will be done in iterations generating more mature technical solutions along while the project is proceeding.

Prototypes for psychophysical studies with one touch dimensions II

Based on Task 5.3 prototypes for T6.1 will be delivered having one significant touch, heat or olfactory dimension.

Deliver the detailed dissemination plan

Deliver the detailed dissemination plan (M4, and continues updates) - LDQR, HARPO, HSO - Deliver the basic guidelines for a clear and accessible communication of the project’s results to different publics, (HARPO) - Establish a list of stakeholders stating possible collaboration opportunities, (LDQR) - Make a selection of possible academic events to attend and coordinate with the other WP to apply and participate. (HSO)

Driving and control units for the textile II

Based on work in T6.1 electromechanical driving, actuating and control units will be done in iterations generating more mature technical solutions along while the project is proceeding.

Prototypes for psychophysical studies with two touch dimensions

Based on Task 5.4 prototypes for T6.2 will be delivered having two significant touch, heat or olfactory dimension.

Define the project Identity I

Define the project identity: Delivery of templates to be used by team members and an information package that will be delivered to all partners, which will be updated every 6 months including latest results and news (M3, M9, M15, M21, M27, M33) - LDQR

Define the project identity II

Define the project identity: Delivery of templates to be used by team members and an information package that will be delivered to all partners, which will be updated every 6 months including latest results and news (M3, M9, M15, M21, M27, M33) - LDQR

Define the project identity III

Define the project identity: Delivery of templates to be used by team members and an information package that will be delivered to all partners, which will be updated every 6 months including latest results and news (M3, M9, M15, M21, M27, M33) - LDQR

Project publicity material

Creation of initial project publicity material to achieve early project awareness consisting of the posters, leaflet and factsheet, as well as the project’s social media accounts (i.e. Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook) which will be active and constantly updated during the projects life-time.

Requirements for HIPI

This will formalise the goals and constraints for the HIPI, specifying both functions that it should perform and constraints its design should obey to be acceptable to its intended users. These requirements will be prioritised, identifying those that are critical (and must be satisfied), and those that are desirable (and should be satisfied, but not necessarily). This will serve both as a guide for technical development in WP5, and as the basis for evaluating the final device in WP6.

Impact Measurement Methodology

Develop and report on an Impact Measurement Methodology

Refined recommendations

Refined recommendations for gamified solutions and social interaction based on group-specific variables and preferences.

Data Management Plan

Data Management Plan.

Dissemination activities report I

Dissemination activities report (M12, 24, 36) – HSO, LDQR, HARPO

Report on initial psychophysical experiments II

Report on psychophysical experiments with sighted and hearing human participants on the usefulness of specific haptic signals. Evaluation of first prototypes. This will provide input to T5.1, T5.3 and T5.4.

Report on initial psychophysical experiments I

Report on psychophysical experiments with sighted and hearing human participants on the usefulness of specific haptic signals. Evaluation of first prototypes. This will provide input to T5.1, T5.3 and T5.4.

Report on technologies used for existing (hard) solutions for haptic communication

Based on work in T5.1 and T6.1 the other tasks in WP5 will be informed on the choices for technologies for textile-based haptic devices.

Initial exploitation plan and report on IPR issues

Initial exploitation plan and report on IPR issues.

1st version of face and object recognition algorithms, dimensionality reduction algorithms, ontologies and semantic reasoning

This deliverable will report on: (a) The basic version of face and object recognition algorithms evaluated in benchmark datasets; (b) v1 of the algorithms that achieve discrete low dimensional representations for different high dimensional concepts evaluated in benchmark datasets; (c) Preliminary report on the semantic models for the mapping of communication’s conceptualisations on ontology-related constructs. In addition, it will describe the functionality of the first version of interpretation and reasoning techniques.

Best practice recommendations for engaging deafblind participants in research

This will summarise the key findings of the literature review carried out in T2.1., and a summary of the experiences of conducting the interviews in T2.2 to provide advice for future researchers on conducting research with deafblind participants.

Recommendations

A set of recommendations for gamified solutions and social interaction based on the state of the art.

Documentation of agreed concepts

Documentation of agreed concepts.

Personas, environments and use scenarios

This will provide a tool to guide the technical aspects of the project during its development, to provide a practical context for assessing impact on users without the need for placing constant demands on their time. It will also be made more widely available at the end of the project, to support inclusive design for deafblind people in other projects.

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Publications

Empowering Persons with Deafblindness - Designing an Intelligent Assistive Wearable in the SUITCEYES Project

Author(s): Oliver Korn, Raymond Holt, Efstratios Kontopoulos, Astrid M.L. Kappers, Nils-Krister Persson, Nasrine Olson
Published in: Proceedings of the 11th PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments Conference on - PETRA '18, 2018, Page(s) 545-551
DOI: 10.1145/3197768.3201541

Activity Recognition from Wearable Cameras

Author(s): Panagiotis Giannakeris, Konstantinos Avgerinakis, Stefanos Vrochidis, Ioannis Kompatsiaris
Published in: 2018 International Conference on Content-Based Multimedia Indexing (CBMI), 2018, Page(s) 1-6
DOI: 10.1109/cbmi.2018.8516553

Sensor technology, gamification, haptic interfaces in an assistive wearable

Author(s): Olson, N., Urbański, J., Persson, N.-K., Starosta-Sztuczka, J., Fuentes, M.
Published in: The Journal on Technology and Persons with Disabilities, Issue Volume 7, 2019, Page(s) 79-87

On the Talent vs. Luck-Based Evaluation of the Classification Process

Author(s): Panagiotis C. Petrantonakis, Ioannis Kompatsiaris
Published in: IEEE Access, Issue 7, 2019, Page(s) 37565-37574, ISSN 2169-3536
DOI: 10.1109/access.2019.2905049

Thermal Perception and Thermal Devices used on Body Parts other than Hand or Face

Author(s): Astrid Maria Louise Kappers, Myrthe Plaisier
Published in: IEEE Transactions on Haptics, Issue 4/year, 2019, Page(s) 1-1, ISSN 1939-1412
DOI: 10.1109/toh.2019.2925339