- Cyberarium Knowledge Fountain
- Portable rapid-prototyping system for teaching and exploring new human-computer interfaces.
- Dave Warner, Matt Carbone
- The Center For Really Neat Research
- 500 University Place
- Syracuse, New York 13210
- Submitted contact numbers:
- +1.252.752.7356 fax
- email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
- http://www.cyberarium.com, http://www.mindtel.com
- SIGGRAPH 2002 Conference Abstracts and Applications
- "The Cyberarium Knowledge Fountain is an innovative, integrative, and interactive platform which will stimulate discovery and exploration of creative and socially enriching interactive techniques through intelligence engaging, imagination inducing hands-on experiences with novel human-computer interaction devices."
- "The Knowledge Fountain is a portable, self-contained, easily deployed workstation configurable for use as a rapid prototyping system for new human-computer interfaces. Using various sensors, interface boxes, and data-flow networking software, the knowledge fountain allows for rapid development of new ways to get information from the physical environment to the communication system."
- "Knowledge Fountain is being used in schools and cyber camps as a tool for teaching kids about information system."
- "Cyberarium Knowledge Fountain is an opportunity:
- - to demonstrate socially responsible applications of communication technology
- - to provide a social exchange at which multiple communities can explore unconventional applications of advanced technological concepts
- - to identify key areas where information technologies can be effectively applied to improve quality of life
- - to encourage young minds to explore science and think about how to make the world a better place"
- embedded audio
- sensors, interfaces, hands-on data acquisition
- 3 - Functional, Reproducable, Adoption
- 3 - Application (expression, enabler)
- 306 - education
- 203 - interactive paradigm, technique
- "NeatTools software is freely downloadable from our website at http://www.pulsar.org, and the NeatViz software is freely downloadable from http://ackbar.mindtel.com."
Last updated: 5 Jul 2002
Sponsored by ACM SIGGRAPH, Copyright © 2002 Association for Computing Machinery, Inc. (ACM)
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