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Research Paper | Computer Science & Engineering | India | Volume 10 Issue 12, December 2021
A General Programmable Fluid Interface for a Smart Device
Ganesh M. Bhat | Mahesh Gosi
Abstract: As we approach the dawn of the ?Smart? world era, a revolution to control all devices is essential. Thus, a single device that integrates with a smart device and generates an interface that is unique for that device is highly beneficial. Imagine the concept of controlling all your smart devices at your fingertips with an application which has an interface to handle all your devices. With this application, we minimise the number of mandatory devices to control each product individually, by converting normal devices to smart devices and make a common augmented interface to interact with them. We identify them by their unique id (called a Target) and segregate basic functions, called IO Points, using Open Hybrid platform for each individual device. These basic functions work together with other IO Points on different devices to perform extra functions, as well as their factory-made tasks. Thus, enabling users to seamlessly interact with their devices, as the interface is mapped to them independently.
Keywords: Fluid interfaces, Augmented Reality, Arduino, Direct Mapping, Reality Editor, Hybrid objects, IO-points, Object tracking
Edition: Volume 10 Issue 12, December 2021,
Pages: 218 - 221
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