sen.so.ri.um \sen-'so-r-e--*m, -'so.r-\ \-e--*\ n or sensoriums or sen.so.ria [LL, sense organ, fr. L sensus sense] pl : the parts of the brain concerned with the reception and interpretation of sensory stimuli; broadly : the entire sensory apparatus

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Sensorium Publications

Sensorium publications span a number of projects and a number of research groups. The following are a few starting points:

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Sensorium Publications (bibtex)

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Sensorium Tools and Software Artifacts (bibtex)

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BUCS Technical Reports

For the most recent of publications, please consult the individual web pages for the Sensorium projects, groups, and principal investigators.

Federally Mandated Disclaimer: Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in any Sensorium publication  are those of the author(s) of these publications and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation

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Sensorium Mailing List

Join the Sensorium mailing list to stay in touch with various activities and/or to be part of discussions regarding Sensorium projects and opportunities. To subscribe, visit the Sensorium mailing list server at http://www.cs.bu.edu/mailman/listinfo/sensorium. For now, the Sensorium mailing list is available to those affiliated with the CS department at Boston University. To avoid spam, this list is closed (i.e. only members of the list get to post to it).

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Other Noteworthy Sensorium-like Efforts

There are a number of national and international efforts with goals that are either similar or complementary to the goals of the Sensorium Infrastructure and Projects. Pointers to these efforts are listed below.

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The IRIS Project

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The Aware Home at Georgia Tech

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The CareMedia Project at CMU

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The Intelligent Room at MIT

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The eClass Project at Georgia Tech

 

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