[Photos of Munich, Germany]
8-13 May 2005, Munich, Germany
The 3rd International Conference on Pervasive Computing

Research Videos

Accepted Videos

[PDF] The PlaceLab: A Live-In Laboratory for Pervasive Computing Research
Stephen Intille, Kent Larson, Jennifer Beaudin, Emmanuel Munguia Tapia, Pallavi Kaushik, Jason Nawyn (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)

[PDF] Creating Pervasive Services with Self-organizable Universal Boards
Naohiko Kohtake, Takuro Yonezawa, Ryo Ohsawa, Masayuki Iwai, Kazunori Takashio, Hideyuki Tokuda (Keio University, Japan)

[PDF] MOSES - the Mobile Service and Exploration System
Georg Schneider (Trier University of Applied Sciences, Germany), Martin Greving (I3A, Germany)

[PDF] Seamless Access to Mobile Services for the Mobile User
Daniele Sacchetti, Angel Talamona, Christophe Cerisara, Rafik Chibout, Slim Ben Atallah (INRIA, France), Wolfgang Van Raemdonck (IMEC, Belgium)

BurningWell: [PDF] Tracking Locations of Moving Hand-held Displays Using Projected Light   [SpringerLink]
Jay Summet (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA), Rahul Sukthankar (Intel Research Pittsburgh, USA)

The Invisible Train - A Collaborative Handheld Augmented Reality Game   [Google search, SpringerLink]
Daniel Wagner, Thomas Pintaric, Dieter Schmalstieg (Vienna University of Technology, Austria)

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Call for Research Videos

Submission Deadline: February 1st 2005

With the category of Research Videos, PERVASIVE 2005 seeks research contributions, future visions, project descriptions, and concepts of pervasive computing technologies, systems and applications.

The conference particularly values practical experience with design, deployment and use of pervasive systems and applications, and investigation of exciting and inspiring ideas and technologies.

Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Device, communication, and interaction technologies for pervasive computing
  • Pervasive sensing and perception, and location and context technologies
  • Software infrastructure for pervasive computing systems and environments
  • Design, implementation and evaluation of pervasive systems and applications
  • Pervasive computing user interfaces and user experience
  • Privacy, security and trust in pervasive computing

We encourage combining a research video with a short paper describing the contribution and as an anchor point for future reference. Submissions must be in Adobe PDF format, conform to the Springer-Verlag LNCS style and up to 4 pages. All video submissions will be handled using an electronic submission system (upload of the PDF and providing the URL for the video download in the PDF as well as in the first line of the abtract.). Please submit your video paper at http://www.edas.info/home.cgi?c=4490.. Please select Video as the submission track. On an additional page the authors should provide a brief summary of the video. In particular the running time, video format, and who owns the rights.

For accepted contributions, the short paper will be published in the adjunct proceedings of PERVASIVE 2005 which will be electronically available from the web-site. The video will be shown in a video session at PERVASIVE 2005. We will not have video proceedings on DVD. For those who are willing to share their video, we are happy to link the video from the PERVASIVE 2005 web site. For submission and inclusion of the program the only requirement is that you have the right to display the video in public. We deliberately decided to include videos that can not be made publicly available as a DVD or on the WWW in the program.

Video Chair

Andreas Butz
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Email: butz ätt ifi.lmu.de
Web: http://w5.cs.uni-sb.de/~butz