LiveSpaces Queensland is a project to extend the LiveSpaces
infrastructure base developed at the e-World lab at the University
of South Australia. The UniSA LiveSpaces work is an investigation
into pervasive computing technology for collaborative spaces
such as meeting rooms. Their prototype LiveSpace is a software
platform that supports the use of a wide variety of input and
display devices, resulting in a technologically augmented meeting
LiveSpaces Queensland will focus on extending the LiveSpace
platform. In particular, it will concentrate on creating a mobile
LiveSpace implementation that can easily be transported and
deployed from room to room. Other goals of the project include:
Allowing multiple LiveSpace deployments to be federated together,
in order that meetings between augmented sites can take place.
Finding simpler ways for information to be moved into, out of
and within the LiveSpace.
Creating a set of diagnostic tools to facilitate the configuration,
status, fault monitoring and visualisation of the LiveSpace.
Allowing the LiveSpace platform to be used as an experimental
platform for groupware research.
LiveSpaces Queensland will find applications initially in the
defence domain, but will also be transferable to other intense
planning domains such as disaster response and policing.
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Martin Wanicki - Boeing Australia
Ted McFadden - DSTC
Clinton Roy - DSTC
Tinni Choudhury - DSTC
Joh Whitty - University of Queensland