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3D interaction in AAL environments based on ontologies
|Wichert, Reiner (Ed.); Eberhardt, Birgid (Ed.):|
Ambient Assisted Living. 5. AAL-Kongress 2012 : Berlin, Germany, January 24-25, 2012
Berlin: Springer, 2012 (Advanced technologies and societal change)
|Kongress Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) <5, 2012, Berlin>|
|Fraunhofer IGD ()|
| AAL platforms; semantics; ontologies; interaction|
The interaction between a technical system and the user is a main issue in information technology. In the field of Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) this is even more important due to the physical or mental restrictions of the users. Explicitly controlling a technically heterogeneous environment like a living area can be very complicated (e.g. using remote controls with complex interfaces) or even physically annoying (e.g. searches remote controls or need to walk to a light switch). Thus, it is desirable to control the environment by simple pointing gestures or by using a centralized device. The base for this is a valid 3D representation of the environment including all required elements. In this paper, we present a new approach of an ontological representation of the real world and the dynamic service in-vocation according to this ontological 3D information. This concept is further described and validated by two application examples using a 3D GUI at a Tablet-PC and pointinggestures to control the AAL Space.