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See detailEarly lessons from the design of tectile terminals for elderly people
Otjacques, Benoît; Krier, Marc; Feltz, Fernand et al

in PervasiveHealth 2009. 3rd International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (2009)

Abstract — This paper presents the early results of the multidisciplinary project Tivipol aiming to propose ICT devices to enhance the daily life of older people in a retirement home. A prototype ... [more ▼]

Abstract — This paper presents the early results of the multidisciplinary project Tivipol aiming to propose ICT devices to enhance the daily life of older people in a retirement home. A prototype combining a tactile color screen, a RFID reader and a ticket printer has been designed. It allows the older people to manage their usual activities in the retirement home (e.g. reserving their menu for the next days at the cafeteria). A first formative evaluation carried out with five residents of the home has shown the high level of usability and possible acceptance of the new system. This ongoing research is intended to find out which elements play a key role in the acceptation and diffusion of a ICT-based technology among elderly people in good physical and mental conditions. [less ▲]

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See detailHelping Older People to Manage their Social Activities at the Retirement Home
Otjacques, Benoit; Krier, Marc; Feltz, Fernand et al

in Proceedings of the 23rd Conference on Human Computer Interaction (HCI) ’09 in collaboration with ACM. Cambridge, UK (2009)

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See detailUser-Centered Activity Management System for Elderly People
Otjacques, Benoît; Krier, Marc; Feltz, Fernand et al

in International Conference on Pervasive Computing Technologies for Healthcare (2009)

Abstract — This paper presents the preliminary results of a multi-disciplinary project aiming at studying technology supported life in a retirement home. The results of semistructured interviews conducted ... [more ▼]

Abstract — This paper presents the preliminary results of a multi-disciplinary project aiming at studying technology supported life in a retirement home. The results of semistructured interviews conducted with a group of 40 (semi-) autonomously living elderly persons are presented. In general they point in the direction of a “differential indication” of technologies in the sense of identifying personal solution for individual needs. Second, results show that the crucial dimension underlying the acceptance of technologies is the notion of personal control. The paper also identifies ten key design factors to build successful applications for elderly people. Finally an initial version of a new system mixing RFID, tactile screen and large display is described. [less ▲]

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