The major goal of this workshop is to explore how interactive systems can support human memory, using novel technologies and innovative human/machine interaction paradigms, such as tangible interaction. We believe this is important since memory and attention are becoming critical resources for our wellness, e.g. with regard to a continuously increasing information overload. The goal of this workshop is not only to support personal information management but also daily life activities, e.g. adapted to user preferences and specific contexts. Where current multimedia search engines are designed for large user communities and their applications, this workshop targets the support of individual’s personal memory in everyday life.
|Title of host publication||Workshop at the 2007 British HCI Conference, September 4th, Lancaster, UK|
|Publication status||Published - 2007|
|Event||HCI 2007 : 21th BCS group annual conference, 3-7 September, 2007, Lancaster, UK; 2007-09-03; 2007-09-07 - |
Duration: 3 Sep 2007 → 7 Sep 2007
|Conference||HCI 2007 : 21th BCS group annual conference, 3-7 September, 2007, Lancaster, UK; 2007-09-03; 2007-09-07|
|Period||3/09/07 → 7/09/07|