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Through this blog post, we want to share a little bit about what we have been doing and introduce the SPHERE Genie.The SPHERE Genie will be the interface through which people taking part in the SPHERE deployments can control the system, pause data recording, and contact the SPHERE team.Through these thought-provoking conversations with the Friends of SPHERE, we designed and developed the first prototype for SPHERE Genie, an easy-to-use interface designed for a tablet computer that enables users of the SPHERE system to control it.It has been a very enjoyable experience working with members of the SPHERE team in Bristol on such an exciting and large-scale research project.For our final activity, we brought together 11 Friends of SPHERE for a workshop.In this workshop, the Friends of SPHERE completed a data profile of their home, sharing aspects of their life and home with us. Held on the magnificent engineering marvel that is the SS Great Britain, 30 SPHERE researchers gathered to work on the project's next steps.
We wanted to use this to understand how the research team might communicate SPHERE to people who may be interested in living with it.
After months of technology development and a period of testing in the SPHERE house and pilot homes, the technology is now being prepared for wider deployment in up to 100 homes near the University of Bristol.
There will be up to 30 sensors (depending on the size of the home) installed in each of the test homes.
The team look forward to being able to install into further homes in the new year and to start analysing the data collected.
Beginning in January 2016, a team of researchers from Open Lab, Newcastle University joined the SPHERE team working on the development of the SPHERE Genie, the interface used to control the SPHERE system.