Workshop on Digital Lifelogs in Everyday Environments

The main goal of the workshop is to gather research topics and activities within the thematic area of Digital Lifelogs to channelize synergies between the partners of EIT-ICT - and beyond. The research topics and activities encompass but are not restricted to:

  • Modelling structure and content of Digital Lifelogs,
  • Infrastructures for building and exploiting digital lifelogs,
  • New interaction paradigms for user support from Digital Lifelogs,
  • Applications on top of Digital Lifelogs,
  • User studies concerning a short-term and long-term evaluation of digital Lifelogs.

For more information, please contact the workshop chair Alexander Kröner.

Workshop on Digital Object Memories

DOMe 2009, DOME-IoT 2010, NOMe-IoT 2011, DOMe-IoT 2012

Digital Object Memories comprise hardware and software components that physically and/or conceptually associate digital information with real-world objects in an application-independent manner. Such information can take many different forms (structured data and documents, pictures, audio/video streams, etc.) and originate from a variety of sources (automated processes, sensors in the environment, users, etc.). If constantly updated, Digital Object Memories over time provide a meaningful record of an object's history and use.

The workshop on Digital Object Memories aims at bringing together technical experts, artists, designers, and possible end-users of smart item memories in order to discuss technical, social, privacy, and legal implications of item memory systems, to establish a common view on requirements to digital memories, and to leverage cooperation in future activities.

Object Memory Modeling Incubator Group

OMM XG

The Object Memory Modeling Incubator Group (OMM XG) is a part of the W3C's Incubator Activity (http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/). The mission of the OMM XG is to define an object memory format, which allows for modeling of events or other information about individual physical artifacts - ideally over their lifetime - and which is explicitly designed to support data storage of those logs on so-called smart labels attached to the physical artifact.