Paper: Ergonomics in Design (2007), “Designing a Technology Coach”

RogerEssaFisk IconFEATURE AT A GLANCE: Technology in the home environment has the potential to support older adults in a variety of ways. We took an interdisciplinary approach (human factors/ergonomics and computer science) to develop a technology “coach” that could support older adults in learning to use a medical device. Our system provided a computer vision system to track the use of a blood glucose meter and provide users with feedback if they made an error. This research could support the development of an in-home personal assistant to coach individuals in a variety of tasks necessary for independent living.

KEYWORDS: home technology, medical devices, support for learning

Tags: , , | Categories: A. Dan Fisk, Activity Recognition, Aware Home, Papers, Wendy Rogers | Date: October 29th, 2007 | By: Irfan Essa |

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