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Use Cases

From: jacques lemordant <jacques.lemordant@inria.fr>
Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2010 12:21:54 +0200
Message-Id: <84824E0B-9FDC-4615-B0F9-08EDEA0FDADE@inria.fr>
To: "Public POI @ W3C" <public-poiwg@w3.org>
I agree that "Use Cases"  is  the easiest way to start the work
>  1. Use Cases

 Use case proposal:

 AR Navigation and assistive technologies

> > how do specific examples fit into a POI model?
see below why AR Navigation and assistive technologies fit into a POI model
(We will give this demo at TPAC thursday, Nov 4)


>>> Title: Augmented Reality Audio Navigation
>>> Presenters: Y. Lasorsa, J.Lemordant, M. Razafimahazo (WAM Project-team,
>>> INRIA)
>>> We will give a realtime demo of a global indoor-outdoor navigation
>>> system for visually impaired people.
>>> An SVG-based remote control console running in Lyon will show ,and
>>> eventually be used to help, a person navigating inside the INRIA
>>> building in Grenoble.

>>> This person will be equipped with a smartphone which will localize the
>>> person through dead-reckoning using its embedded sensors and will
>>> trigger virtual 3D sound objects positioned in the building.
>>> Technically, for Map-Aided Positioning, indoor and outdoor, this system
>>> is based on OpenStreetMap.

>>> For guidance, a POI-rendering of the OpenStreetMap geographical
>>> information data is done with POIs referencing 3D audio objects
>>> described using a SMIL-based language for Interactive Audio.
>>> This work is done by the INRIA WAM project team as part of the Minalogic
>>> Autonomy project funded by ERDF (European Regional Development Fund)
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