SuperVision: Spatial Control of Connected Objects in a Smart Home

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In this paper, we propose SuperVision a new interaction technique for distant control of objects in a smart home. This technique aims at enabling users to point towards an object, visualize its current state and select a desired functionality as well. To achieve this: 1) we present a new remote control that contains a pico-projector and a slider; 2) we introduce a visualization technique that allows users to locate and control objects kept in adjacent rooms, by using their spatial memories. We further present a few example applications that convey the possibilities of this technique.

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Sarthak Gosh, Gilles Bailly, Robin Despouys, Eric Lecolinet, Rémi Sharrock. SuperVision: Spatial Control of Connected Objects in a Smart Home. CHI Extended Abstracts: ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, Apr 2015, Soul, South Korea. pp.2079-2084, ⟨10.1145/2702613.2732779⟩. ⟨hal-01147717⟩

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