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Our research “Mobile Maestro” has been introduced in Kyunghyang!


NewScientist

스마트폰 연결 홈시어터 효과 기술 개발
카이스트(KAIST) 전산학과 송준화·신인식 교수 연구팀이 스마트폰을 이용해 홈시어터를 사용하는 것과 같은 효과를 낼 수 있는 기술을 개발했다. 애플리케이션으로 여러 대의 스마트폰을 연결하면 그중 한 대가 재생장치 역할을 하고, 나머지는 스피커 역할을 하도록 만든 기술이다.
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Our research “Hooked on Smartphones” has been introduced in ChosunBiz!


NewScientist

앱1~2개 쓰고 알림기능 쓰면 스마트폰 중독될 확률 높아
스마트폰이 없을 때 불안감과 금단증상을 느끼는 스마트폰 중독자들은 카카오톡이나 페이스북 등 특정 1~2개 애플리케이션(앱)만 집중적으로 사용하는 것으로 나타났다. 또 소셜네트워크서비스(SNS)와 모바일메신저에 알림기능을 설정하면 중독현상을 더욱 악화시키는 것으로 조사됐다.
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Our research “TalkBetter” has been introduced in NewScientist!


NewScientist

Conversation app helps parents boost child’s language
A CHILD’S development depends on the world around them and chatting with parents is crucial. But around 1.3 million children in the US alone have trouble picking up language skills, meaning their parents must visit therapists to learn strategies to help them communicate. A app that listens to their every word might help.
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Our research “RubberBand” has been introduced in Chosun!


Chosun

대열서 이탈 때 경보… “참새 짹짹” 대신할 앱 개발
동물원이나 박물관에서 줄지어 교사를 따라가는 유치원생들을 보면 미소가 절로 나온다. 하지만 지도교사의 마음은 다르다. 행여 길을 잃어버리는 아이가 나오지 않을까 불안하기 그지없다. 국내 연구진이 스마트폰과 라디오 전파 센서로 교사의 걱정을 해결했다. 아이가 대열을 이탈하면 바로 교사의 스마트폰과 헤드셋에 경보를 울려주는 기술이다. 줄을 유지하기 위해 “참새 짹짹, 오리 꽥꽥” 노래를 부르지 않아도 즐거운 야외학습이 가능해진 것이다.
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Our research “RubberBand” has been introduced in NewScientist!


NewScientist

Smartphone app keeps children from getting lost
SCHOOL field trips might be fun for kids, but try being a teacher having to keep track of dozens of little charges, each with a penchant for wandering off. Now an app that alerts teachers when a child is straying from the flock could help prevent anyone getting lost.
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Our research “NewsCube” has been introduced in NewScientist!


NewScientist

Article analyser tells you what newspapers really think
“Raise taxes!” screams one headline. “Cut spending!” shouts another. With such conflicting views on offer, how is anyone supposed to make sense of the news? Perhaps a new tool can help – the software scans through news articles and identifies individuals or organisations that take opposing viewpoints on a particular issue, then maps out the relationships between disputing parties and identifies which side each article supports.
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Our research “MobiCon” has been introduced in Computing Community Consortium!


MobiCon: Next Generation Mobile and Ubiquitous Platforms
The research driven technology presents MobiCon, a middleware platform for developing human activity applications in an energy efficient manner. Such application infer the user’s patterns of activity by processing measurements streams collected by sensors placed on or around the user’s body which are connected by a personal area network (PAN).
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