SpaceBook is a speech-driven, hands-free, eyes-free device for pedestrian navigation and exploration
SpaceBook is a speech-driven, hands-free, eyes-free device for pedestrian navigation and exploration. SpaceBook will be developed as open source and progress will be bench-marked through controlled task-based experiments with real users in central Edinburgh. SpaceBook will generate concrete technical and scientific advances for eyes-free, hands-free navigation and exploration systems which will support applications in tourism and tools for urban workers.
In addition to advances in navigation and exploration systems, SpaceBook provides a task environment in which more fundamental scientific and technical knowledge will be generated. Specifically we seek to advance the state of the art in model-based approaches to plan generation and recognition, statistical learning techniques for interaction management and machine learning of semantic analysis components.
Principal researchersAnders Jonsson
- Coordinator: Umeå University, Department of Computing Science, Sweden. (PI: Michael Minock )
- Pompeu Fabra University, Artifical Intelligence Group, Spain. (PI: Hector Geffner )
- KTH, TCS/CSC, Sweden. (PI: Johan Boye )
- Liquid Media, Sweden. (PI: Morgan Fredriksson )
- University of Edinburgh, School of GeoSciences, UK. (PI: William Mackaness )
- University of Edinburgh, School of Informatics, UK. (PI: Bonnie Webber )
- Heriot Watt University, Interaction Lab, UK. (PI: Oliver Lemon )
- The University of Cambridge, Computer Laboratory NLIP Group, UK. (PI: Stephen Clark )
Spacebook receives funding from the Framework 7 Programme: Information and Communication Technologies - Challenge 2: Cognitive Systems, Interaction, Robotics.