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Visual and tangible interactions with physical and virtual objects using context-aware RFID

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Visual and tangible interactions with physical and virtual objects using context-aware RFID
Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) has recently received a lot of attention as an augmentation and interface technology with physical and virtual objects in the ubiquitous computing domain. As RFID tags can be attached to any items, they can be used to provide various ubiquitous and tangible interfaces. Although a new paradigm shift in computing environments offers various opportunities for extending existing RFID capabilities, most of the previous works have utilized only simple RFID IDs and their mappings such that a rich set of RFID capabilities has not been fully utilized. In this paper, we propose a visual, context-aware and tangible interaction technique with physical and virtual objects using RFID. It combines context awareness with RFID for providing context-aware RFID services, which can seamlessly integrate physical worlds with virtual worlds in a useroriented manner. The proposed approach adopts semantic ontology in order to systematically represent and reason about RFID...
Jae Yeol Lee, Dong Woo Seo, Byung Youn Song, Rajit
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Type Journal
Year 2010
Where ESWA
Authors Jae Yeol Lee, Dong Woo Seo, Byung Youn Song, Rajit Gadh
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