INTERACTION DESIGN : UBIQUITOUS COMPUTING 2005
ID|C |:| HCI / Interaction design
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...:..blog
...:..documentation
...:..economy
...:..exercises
...:..seminars
...:..personal essay
...:..inspiration poster
...:..groups
...:..examination
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SCHEDULE
24 Oct MONDAY
09.00-12.00 Introduction to Ubiquitous Computing. Location: von Neumann
13.00-15.00 Lecture on electronics. Location: von Neumann

25 Oct TUESDAY
09.00-16.00 Exercise 1&2/3, video seminar. Location: Studio and Erik Stemme

28 Oct FRIDAY
12.30-15.30 Exercise 3/3, video seminar.Location: Studio and Erik Stemme

During tuesday the 25th of and friday the 28th of October will there be three exercises in parallell, with one third of the class in each exercise at the time.The three exercises are LEGO-robots, practical electronics and a video seminar.

Articles to read for the video seminar:
Mark Weiser, The Computer for the Twenty-First Century. Scientific American, pp. 94-10, September 1991.
Ishii, H. and Ullmer, B., Tangible Bits: Towards Seamless Interfaces between People, Bits and Atoms, in Proceedings of Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '97), (Atlanta, March 1997), ACM Press, pp. 234-241.
Bill Buxton. Less is More (More or Less): Uncommon Sense and the Design of Computers. In P. Denning (Ed.), The Invisible Future: The seamless integration of technology in everyday life.  New York:  McGraw Hill, 145 – 179. 2001.

31 Oct MONDAY
09.00-10.00 Lecture, microcontrollers and BX-24 Location: von Neumann
10.00-11.00 Exercise, BX-24. Location: studio.
11.00-12.00 Lecture, sensors and actuators. Location: von Neumann
13.00-14.00 Demonstration of sensors and actuators. Location: Studio
14.00-16.00 Exercise, BX-24 and sensors. Location: Studio

1 Nov TUESDAY
9.00-12.00 Lecture, demonstration of sensors and actuators. Location: von Neumann
13.00-16.00 Paralell exercises in two studios.

4 Nov FRIDAY
Deadline for sending in questions from papers.
Send to eva.eriksson[]cs.chalmers.se

7 Nov MONDAY
08.00-10.00 Article seminar 1, group 1-3. Location: Erik Stemme
10.00-12.00 Article seminar 1, group 4-6. Location: Erik Stemme
13.00-15.00 Presentation of Inspiration Poster. Location: Studios
14.00-16.00 Article seminar 1, group 7-9. Location: Erik Stemme


8 Nov TUESDAY
Presentations of three project proposals by each group. Location: von Neumann
09.00-11.00 Group 1-5 presents 10 min each + 5 min discussion.
11.00-12.00 Group 1-5 receives feedback from teachers and tutors. Group 6-9 are free this hour.
13.00-15.00 Group 6-9 presents 10 min each + 5 min discussion.
15.00-16.00 Group 6-9 receives feedback from teachers and tutors. Group 1-5 are free this hour.

11 nov FRIDAY
Deadline for one written project proposal. The proposal should be sent in PDF or Word to Peter Ljungstrand peterlj[]cs.chalmers.se and to Eva Eriksson eva.eriksson[]cs.chalmers.se before 24.00. Read here what a project proposal should contain.

17 Nov THURSDAY
13.00-14.00 Project update presentations, 3 min/group. Location: Studio

21 Nov MONDAY
Deadline for sending in questions from papers.
Send to peterlj[]cs.chalmers.se

22 Nov TUESDAY
08.00-10.00 Article seminar 2, group 4-6. Location: Grace Hopper
10.00-12.00 Article seminar 2, group 7-9. Location: Grace Hopper
13.00-15.00 Article seminar 2, group 1-3. Location: Grace Hopper


1 Dec THURSDAY
13.00-14.00 Project update presentations, 3 minutes/group. Location: Studio

5 Dec TUESDAY
10.00-12.00 Guest lecture: Staffan Björk, GAME. Location: Grace Hopper

12 Dec MONDAY
Deadline for outline of the project report. The outline should be stored at the website of your project and the URL should be sent to your tutor.

16 Dec FRIDAY
10.00-16.00 Presentation of projects to the rest of the class and invited guests. Location: Torg 2 (Floor 2).

22 Dec THURSDAY
Deadline of project documentation on the web and a digital report. Email the URL of the website to peterlj [] cs.chalmers.se and to eva.eriksson[]cs.chalmers.se, before 24.00h .

CHRISTMAS

12 Jan THURSDAY
Deadline for personal essay(individually) and research paper(group). Email the essay in PDF or Word to peterlj [] cs.chalmers.se and to eva.eriksson[]cs.chalmers.se, before 24.00h.


Group- and personal feedback and characters will be given at some time after the final deadline, about three weeks after.