The 6th Augmented Human International Conference will be held in Singapore!
All information for AH'2015 is on the following Web site
Please click here to go to AH'2015 main Web site
This http://www.augmented-human.com web site still contains the information of previous AH conferences and will archive the information of AH'15 when it is finished. The Augmented Human international conferences series started in 2010 in Megève smart ski resort (smart city in the mountains) as organised by Dr. Jean-Marc Seigneur at that time vice-mayor of the city. The Augmented Human (AH) international conference focuses on scientific contributions towards augmenting humans capabilities through technology for increased well-being and enjoyable human experience. Example topics covered by the conference are: augmented and mixed reality; Internet of Things (IoT) for human augmentation; augmented sport; sensors and hardware; wearable computing; augmented health; augmented well-being; ambient assisted living (AAL); smart cities; smart artifacts and smart textiles; augmented tourism and games; ubiquitous computing; bionics and bio-mechanics; training and rehabilitation technologies; exoskeletons; brain computer interface (BCI); augmented context-awareness; augmented fashion; augmented art; safety, ethical, legal, privacy and security aspects of augmented human technologies...
La conférence sur l'humain augmenté a été créée en 2010 à Megève par Dr. Jean-Marc Seigneur qui était alors Maire-Adjoint de cette première station de ski intelligente. Depuis elle est reconduite chaque année dans différentes villes du monde : Tokyo, Kobe, Stuttgart, Singapour...
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The AH'14 Awards were won by:
Best Paper "AroundMe : Tominaga, Kawauchi, Rekimoto"
Best Presentation "JackIn: Kasahara, Rekimoto"
The AH'13 Best Paper Award was won by:
Kurara Fukumoto, Tsutomu Terada and Masahiko Tsukamoto
A Smile/Laughter Recognition Mechanism for Smile-based Life Logging
The AH'12 Best Papers Awards were :
1) Yuki Kuniyasu, Michi Sato, Shogo Fukushima and Hiroyuki Kajimoto. Transmission of Forearm Motion by Tangential Deformation of the Skin
2) Shogo Fukushima and Hiroyuki Kajimoto. Facilitation of Surprise Feeling by Artificial Control of Piloerection on the Forearm
3) Shoichi Hasegawa, Seiichiro Ishijima, Fumihiro Kato, Hironori Mitake and Makoto Sato. Realtime Sonification of Center of Gravity for Skiing
AH'11 did happen in Tokyo but due to the earthquake that happened during the conference, it was a broadcasted edition with some information here
AH'10 Best Paper Award was won by Prof. Dimitri Tsetserukou