Adaptive Awareness of Hospital Patient Information through Multiple Sentient Displays

Adaptive Awareness of Hospital Patient Information through Multiple Sentient Displays

Jesus Favela (CICESE, Mexico), Monica Tentori (CICESE and Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Mexico), Daniela Segura (CICESE, Mexico) and Gustavo Berzunza (CICESE, Mexico)
Copyright: © 2009 |Pages: 12
DOI: 10.4018/jaci.2009010103
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Abstract

Sentient computing can provide ambient intelligence environments with devices capable of inferring and interpreting context, while ambient displays allow for natural and subtle interactions with such environment. In this paper we propose to combine sentient devices and ambient displays to augment everyday objects. These sentient displays are aware of their surroundings while providing continuous information in a peripheral, subtle, and expressive manner. To seamlessly convey information to multiple sentient displays in the environment, we also propose an approach based on abstract interfaces which use contextual information to decide which display to use and how the information in the display changes in response to the environment. Our approach is illustrated through a hospital monitoring application. We present the design of two sentient displays that provide awareness of patient’s urine outputs to hospital workers, and how contextual information is used to integrate the functionality of both displays.

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