Rich-ID Interactivity

The Rich-ID Interactivity project aims at providing scalable solutions for providing body-centric applications in human-computer interaction and ubiquitous computing by repurposing the state-of-the-art radio-frequency identification (RFID) technologies.

Overview

Selected Papers

NFCSense: Data-Defined Rich-ID Motion Sensing for Fluent Tangible Interaction Using a Commodity NFC Reader (CHI ‘21 Paper)

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Combining Touchscreens with Passive Rich-ID Building Blocks to Support Context Construction in Touchscreen Interactions (CHI ‘21 Paper)

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RFTouchPads: Batteryless and Wireless Modular Touch Sensor Pads Based on RFID (UIST ‘19 Paper)

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InDexMo: Exploring Finger-Worn RFID Motion Tracking for Activity Recognition on Tagged Objects (ISWC ‘19 Paper)

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RFIMatch: Distributed Batteryless Near-Field Identification Using RFID-Tagged Magnet-Biased Reed Switches (UIST ‘18 Paper)

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RFIBricks: Interactive Building Blocks Based on RFID (CHI ‘18 Paper)

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GaussRFID: Reinventing Physical Toys Using Magnetic RFID Development Kits (CHI ‘16 Paper)

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Other Papers

RFIDesk: An Interactive Surface for Multi-Touch and Rich-ID Stackable Tangible Interactions (ACM SIGGRAPH Asia ‘18 Emerging Technologies Demo)


Rich-ID Interactivity is a line of research projects generated from the collaboration between the Future Everyday Group, TU Eindhoven and Communication and Multimedia Lab, National Taiwan University. For more information about Rich-ID Interactivity, please contact Rong-Hao Liang via email r.liang@tue.nl.