Mu-Yen Chen, Edwin Lughofer, Ken Sakamura,
"Information Fusion in Smart Living Technology Innovations"
, in Information Fusion, Serie DOI: 10.1016/j.inffus.2014.03.001, Vol. 21, Seite(n) 1-2, 2015
Information Fusion in Smart Living Technology Innovations
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A ?Living Lab? is a system for achieving the future innovation environments in which real-life user-driven researches and innovations will be a co-creation technique for novel products, services and social infrastructures. This concept was proposed by Professor William J. Mitchell, of the MIT Media Lab and he argued that a Living Lab means a user-centric research methodology for sensing, prototyping, validating and refining complicated solutions in real life experiences or situations. A Living Lab takes advantage of pools of creative talent, socio-cultural diversity, and the unpredictability of inventiveness and imagination of end-users. Living Labs rapidly flourish and bring together Europe?s top research institutes, companies and aim to stimulate cooperative projects in the fields of user-centric research and products development. Recently, there are many famous projects like ENoLL, PlaceLab, ExperienceLab, inHaus, CoreLabs, Collaboration@Rural, CoSpaces, ECOSPACE, LABORANOVA, and WearIT@Work in the European and do the best efforts on innovation living environment researches.