Augmented Reality in Information Systems: Setting a Research Agenda (ARatICIS2012) - Full Program
December 16, 2012 08:30AM-12:00PM
at the International Conference on Information Systems (ICIS2012)
to be held in Orlando Florida, USA from December 16-19, 2012
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ICIS http://icis2012.aisnet.org/ is the major annual international meeting of the Association for Information Systems (AIS), which has over 4,000 members representing universities in over 95 countries worldwide. It is the most prestigious gathering of academics and practitioners in the IS discipline, and provides a forum for networking and sharing of latest ideas and highest caliber scientific work among the IS professions. Each year, over 1,000 IS academic professions from around the world participate in the conference program, which includes about 60 sessions and 180 presentations, in addition to keynotes, CIO panels, and research panels.
The Journal of Virtual Worlds Research (http://jvwresearch.org), following a successful workshop in Shanghai at ICIS 2011, will host a special face-2-face workshop on Augmented Reality.
Background About AR
Journal web: http://www.jvwresearch.org
Confirmed SpeakersYesha Sivan, Jon Preston, Jeff Chastine, Dov Teeni, Arijit Sengupta, Shu Schiller, Lester Leavitt, Anna-Kaisa Sjölund
Agenda08:30--09:00 Breakfast & Welcome
09:00--09:30 Status of AR Today (followed by the "SIGHT" Movie)
Prof. Yesha Sivan, JVWR Managing Editor, Tel Aviv-Yafo Academic College, Israel
A review of the current state of the field, and its potential impact.
009:30--10:00 Augmented Reality: a Narrative, Symbiotic Approach in Combining Virtual and Physical Worlds
Jon Preston, Associate Professor, Computer Game Design and Development, Southern Polytechnic State University, GA , USA; and Jeff Chastine, Associate Professor, School of Computing and Software Eng., Southern Polytechnic State University, GA, USA
Present a new breed of AR computing services and applications to explore collaborative, location-aware augmented reality. Such a system could be visually based, but could also be passive and be working within a user's pocket while they go about their daily activities. We foresee applications of gamification and encouraging positive behaviors such as attending meetings, courses for students, and visiting stores from a marketing perspective based upon this system. Our approach is novel in that it explicitly asks what is possible via non-visual augmented reality and how far this passive computing system can be expanded with virtual interactions. We will demo this fully-functional system at the workshop and seek partners in expanding this research.
10:00--11:00 Submitted Presentations:
- Enabling Virtual Assistance in the Real World using Augmented Reality and Sensor-equipped Mobile Devices
Arijit Sengupta, Professor of Information Systems and Supply Chain Management, Faculty of Information Systems and Operations, Raj Soin College of Business, Wright State University, OH, USA; and Shu Schiller, Associate Professor, Faculty of Information Systems and Operations, Raj Soin College of Business, Wright State University, OH, USA.
The aim of this research is to create an augmented reality architecture and application, the Virtual Assistant, to link the real world and the virtual equivalent using mobile technology. The presentation will cover the model, its underlying architecture, applicability and extensibility in current AR research, and provide a working demonstration of the developed application that implements this concept.
- Augmented Reality ICT and Governing: Imagining a Day When Elections become Redundant
Lester Leavitt, Graduate Assistant, School of Public Administration, Florida Atlantic University.
This presentation outlines an augmented reality socio-technical governing institution that has been designed singularly for marginalized minority groups and global solidarity movements such as those witnessed in 2011. Beyond providing a simple virtual office environment or legislature, the ICT and database algorithms described in this presentation outline how the creation of a global, crowd-sourced, multimedia “institutional memory” that supports progressive “collectivethought” policy-making will serve to incubate comprehensive, community-sized, virtual collectives from which entire web-based economies might emerge, complete with brick-and-mortar extensions.
- AR-tools for Emergency Care – Education in Virtual World
Anna-Kaisa Sjölund, Doctoral Student, researcher at Digital Culture, University of Turku, Finland
This presentation is about creating AR–tools and describing how to use them in immersive way. Paramedic students and teachers from Turku University of applied sciences will have a course in Second Life to test AR–tools in two-way, to and from virtual world.
11:00--11:30 Augmented Reality in IS: Setting a Research Agenda
Dov Teeni, Professor of Information Systems in the faculty of Management at Tel-Aviv University, Israel
11:30--12:00 Review and Discussion
How to Register
Please register soon, space is limited.
You can register to this event in three ways (a) as part of your ICIS registration or (b) just for the workshop (c) fax based registration.
We look forward to seeing you in Orlando!