Mixed, Dual, Blended, AR and PolySocial Reality
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Papers and Talks on Mixed, Dual, Blended, Augmented Reality, and PolySocial Reality (PoSR):
Program: JITSO 2012 will gather the most significant international researchers that try to understand social phenomena as they unfold, mining their digital traces.
Paper: Sally Applin, Michael Fischer and Kevin Walker - PolySocial Reality”
Session: Online, Social, and Individual Spaces: Crossing Borders and Delimiting Life Frameworks
Paper: Sally A. Applin and Michael Fischer - “Everybody is Talking to Each other Without Talking to Each Other: PolySocial Reality and Asynchronous Adaptation”
Conference: Automotive UI 2012 (AutoUI 2012) - 4th International Conference on Automotive User Interfaces and Interactive Vehicular Applications (In cooperation with ACM SIGCHI) - Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 17-19 October 2012
Paper: Sally A. Applin and Michael Fischer - Applied Agency: Resolving Multiplexed Communication in Automobiles
Conference: Int'l Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality - ISMAR2012
Paper/Poster Reviewer: Reviewer for ISMAR2012 Paper/Posters Arts, Media and Humanities track
Session: Panel #8: Mobile Spatialities
Paper: Sally A. Applin and Michael Fischer - "PolySocial Reality and Connected Individuation in Communities"
Paper: Sally A. Applin and Michael Fischer - "PolySocial Reality: Augmentation and Experience"
Blog: Cyborgology, University of Maryland, Department of Sociology
Article: April 10, 2012, "Google Glasses? Heads Up!"
Session: Digital and Virtual Communities
Paper: Sally A. Applin and Michael Fischer - “Blurry Borders and Blended Boundaries: PolySocial Reality and Individuated Communities”
Award: Sally A. Applin, Edward H. and Rosamund B. Spicer Award: The Spicer Student Travel Fund Awards commemorate the lifelong and very special concern of Edward H. and Rosamond B. Spicer in furthering the maturation of students in the social sciences, both intellectually and practically, and their lifelong interest in the nature of community as both cause of, and solution to, problems in the human condition.
Conference: SXSW, 9-13 March 2012
Scholarship: Sally A. Applin was recipient of one of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Travel Scholarships to the conference
Session: LAMDa Workshop, IUI 2012, February 2012 - IUI Workshop on Location Awareness for Mixed and Dual Reality (LAMDa)
Session: The Confluence of Virtual and Real: Tidemarks of Change in the Evolution of Social Life
Paper: Sally A. Applin and Michael Fischer - “The Data Tide is High and We're Holding On....to Our Mobile Phones”
Objectives: The Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing is a series of conferences designed to bring the research and career interests of women in computing to the forefront.
Scholarship: Sally A. Applin selected from 1,100 applicants to receive one of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Scholarships to the conference
Conference: WISE 2011 Women’s Institute in Summer Enrichment Sponsored by the Team for Research in Ubiquitous Secure Technology (T.R.U.S.T.), Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), Pittsburgh, PA, July 2011
Objectives: To disseminate the most recent results in cyber-security and privacy; to give enough information to the participants so that they can start a course or a research activity in cyber-security and privacy; and to create a network of interested parties in the area of cyber-security and privacy.
Fellowship: Sally A. Applin selected as 1 of 20 National Science Foundation (NSF) T.R.U.S.T. Fellowship Scholars.
Session: Sunday Morning 11:30 AM
Session: UI/UX for AR - Business Track (Wed, May 18th 2:30-3:00 PM, Great America J, First Floor)
Paper: Sally A. Applin and Michael Fischer - “Humans and Knowledge: Making it in the Web 2.0 World”
Slides: Sally A. Applin and Michael Fischer - “Humans and Knowledge: Making it in the Web 2.0 World” (Please double click to load, arrow keys (or double click) to move back and forth.)
Paper: Sally A. Applin and Michael Fischer - “Come On, Do the Geolocomotion: Anthropological Context Goes Geospatial”
Complete Proceedings: IUI '11 Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces
IUI 2011 - Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces - Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA | 13-16 February 2011
The annual meeting of the intelligent interfaces community and serves as the principal international forum for reporting outstanding research and development on intelligent user interfaces.
Workshop 7: Location-Based Services in Smart Environments (LAMDa)
The LAMDa workshop aims to discuss the impact of Dual Reality and Mixed Reality on Location Awareness and other applications in Smart Environments. Virtual environments – which are an essential part of Dual and Mixed Realities – can be used to create new applications and to enhance already existing applications in the real world. On the other hand, existing sensors in the real world can be used to enhance the virtual world as well. The Kalman-filter can be seen as an example for this type of application: Sensor measurements in the real world are brought into the virtual world in form of a model that also describes the error distribution of the sensors. The virtual world is then used to make a prediction for the next measurement in the real world and both results – the prediction and the measurement – are used to refine the virtual world and to bring more accurate sensor measurements into the real world, usually in form of User Interfaces.
The main scope of this workshop is: How can the Dual Reality paradigm be combined with location awareness to achieve improvements for location-based and socially-aware services and other applications in smart environments?
Organizers: Gerrit Kahl, Tim Schwartz, Boris Brandherm, Petteri Nurmi, Andreas Forsblom, Eyal Dim
Workshop website: http://www.dfki.de/LAMDa/
OneSpace 2010 - Third International Workshop on Blending Physical and Digital Spaces on the Internet - 20.09.20
"The third edition of Onespace will continue to offer a venue for the interdisciplinary exposition, exploration and cross-fertilisation of trends in how the Internet contributes to blend and modify reality and real-life technology with a focus on spatial aspects. The scope will be open to conceptual, experimental, and technological perspectives although we envisioned, as usual, a rather applied orientation supporting more fundamental discussions. The primary notions involved will be those of (geo)spatial and temporal sensitivity in physical, digital and virtual contexts, and the blending of digital and virtual images of space and of the physical realm."
(Our paper was accepted, but the workshop was cancelled.)