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Rao, Shashank (author)
Sleep is a natural state of our mind and body during which our muscles heal and our memories are consolidated. It is such a habitual phenomenon that we have been viewing it as another ordinary task in our day-to-day life. However, owing to the current fast-paced, technology-driven generation, we are letting ourselves be sleep-deprived, giving...
master thesis 2018
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Nachenius, Auke (author)
This thesis contains the concept of a hand held device that is able to measure and classify the stem of avenue trees in a more automated matter with the ability to process the results digital. The measure concept is based on the technique of triangulating a 2D profile by using a slit laser and camera.
master thesis 2017
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Van den Born, R.P. (author)
Right now, everyone is using many different personal computing devices to clench their desire to be informed, where manufactures have tried their hardest to integrate as many features as possible into one device. For most of the tasks executed they are overkill, and for others insufficient. Furthermore, they are quickly outdated and require a...
master thesis 2016
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Speek, I.C.T.M. (author)
Available connectivity in everyday objects has inspired design experts to develop methodologies for designing interactive environments - large-scale environments existing out of multiple embedded devices that interact with a user as if to be a single entity. The computer science community uses ad hoc distributed networks to accommodate scaling...
master thesis 2015
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Pucci, E.L. (author)
Globalization and the boom of new media technologies have rapidly changed the social dynamics of contemporary cities: increased mobility and migration waves determine new relationships between diverse ethnic groups who now share common urban spaces and facilities, while new mobile technologies allow the formation of hybrid (between virtual and...
master thesis 2013
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Hans, E. (author)
A project that is exploring a public space in which digital media application leads to a collaboratively programmed and configured environment, pulsating public life in Rotterdam.
master thesis 2012
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Moccia, E. (author)
Call My Bag is an innovation concept based on the use of ubiquitous technologies. The focus of this project is to assist snowboarders, to prevent and communicate injuries during the practice of snowboarding. The wearable device embedded in the snowboarders’ equipment aims to increase the security of such sportsmen through the enhancement of...
master thesis 2011
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Moreno Soler, L. (author)
This project is a case study focused on finding a way of integrating ubiquitous technology into a wearable appliance. This appliance assists artistic gymnasts for core position correction during practice on the balance Beam. It is expected that the correction of the core will help develop muscle memory for standing position on the beam and will...
master thesis 2011
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Merino Albaina, I. (author)
The advent of context-aware technology enables new possibilities to stimulate physical exercise aimed at preventing age-related disabilities amongst an increasing elderly population. This study presents an innovative attempt to encourage seniors to walk by making them aware of their current physical activity levels. Our approach comprises an...
master thesis 2008
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