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Context aware service using intra-body communication

By Duck Gun Park, Jin Kyung Kim, Sung Jin Bong, Jung Hwan Hwang, Chang Hee Hyung and Sung Weon Kang


An intuitive context aware service between two devices is possible using touch with the direct digital intra-body com-munication. Using this technology, users with multimedia devices may simply touch them to establish network connec-tion, transfer data, and provide the required service; hence the name Touch-And-Play (TAP). Using TAP, users can dis-close their context by touching the specific device. For in-stance, a user carrying a digital camera touches the TV to begin a slide show or a printer to print a photo. TAP is expected to enable the provision of intuitive, context-aware service. This paper discusses the communication protocol of TAP and its application. 1

Year: 2014
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