We introduce our research on smart environments, in particular research on smart meeting rooms and investigate how research approaches here can be used in the context of smart museum environments. We distinguish the identification of domain knowledge, its use in sensory perception, its use in interpretation and modeling of events and acts in smart environments and we have some observations on off-line browsing and on-line remote participation in events in smart environments. It is argued that large-scale European research in the area of ambient intelligence will be an impetus to the research and development of smart galleries and museum spaces.
|Title of host publication||Electronic Imaging & the Visual Arts (EVA 2004)|
|Editors||V. Cappellini, J. Hemsley|
|Place of Publication||Bologna|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 29 Mar 2004|
- HMI-MI: MULTIMODAL INTERACTIONS
- EC Grant Agreement nr.: FP6/506811
Nijholt, A. (2004). Smart Exposition Rooms: The Ambient Intelligence View. In V. Cappellini, & J. Hemsley (Eds.), Electronic Imaging & the Visual Arts (EVA 2004) (pp. 100-105). Bologna: Pitagora Editrice.