Intuitive Interaction For Home ICT Environments Using RFID and Bluetooth Wireless Technology
Different forms of interaction with RFID and Bluetooth enabled devices allow users to access various services. This paper explores intuitive mechanisms for use in the home environment using Bluetooth and Radio Frequency ID (RFID) tag technology. Our approach combines the mobility of wireless communication and the ability to detect user commands by localisation. We discuss the implementation of embedded access points that facilitate the intuitive mechanisms for use with interactive devices such as the digital pen/paper, interactive information board and mobile computing devices.