26th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems Workshops (ICDCSW'06) (2006)
July 4, 2006 to July 7, 2006
Kristof Van Laerhoven , Lancaster University
Hans-Werner Gellersen , Lancaster University
As an example of sensory augmentation of a tiny object, a small cube-sized die is presented that perceives rolls and records what face it lands on. It is thus able to detect bias for unfair behaviour due to its physical imperfections. On a deeper level, this case study demonstrates the integration of energy-efficient sensor fusion, combination of classifiers, and a wireless interface to adaptive classification heuristics.
H. Gellersen and K. Van Laerhoven, "Fair Dice: A Tilt and Motion-Aware Cube with a Conscience," 26th IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems Workshops (ICDCSW'06)(ICDCSW), Lisboa, Portugal, 2006, pp. 66.