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ISDB Research Lab
Room: G.2.8
2nd Floor, G Block

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Annika Hinze
hinze[at]waikato.ac.nz
Room: G.2.26

Department of Computer Science
University of Waikato
Private Bag 3105
Hamilton 3240
New Zealand

tel: +64-7-858-4052

The Information Systems and Databases (ISDB) group at Waikato conducts research in mobile information access, location-based systems and health informatics. It targets application-oriented and fundamental research issues in the areas of event-driven systems and semantic analysis.

 

Topics:

  • Semantic analysis and annotation
  • Document provenance
  • Augmented memory systems
  • Mobile location-based access

We welcome requests concerning cooperations, further projects, student projects and doctor thesis.
Have a look at latest news on our research projects and publications.

 

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4 months ago

Information Systems & Databases Waikato

Congratulations to Ivy Taia for her first article publication, in the MAI journal!

University of Waikato PhD student Ivy Taia has created a mobile app that represents a digital memory treasure box based on the concepts of Māori mnemonic aids. The app uses augmented reality features, and was created as part of Ivy's Master's thesis. Ivy continues her research into the use of Māori cultural concepts in technology solutions.

co-authors: Annika Hinze, Nic Vanderschantz , Te Taka Adrian Keegan#newarticle #MAIJournal2019vol8iss2

www.journal.mai.ac.nz/content/maumahara-papahou-mobile-augmented-reality-memory-treasure-box-base...

He aha te mea nui o te ao? He tangata, he tangata, he tangata.
PhD student Ivy Taia has created a mobile app that represents a digital memory treasure box based on the concepts of Māori mnemonic aids.
The app uses augmented reality features, and was created as part of Ivy's Master's thesis.
The app aims to help people who have suffered traumatic brain injury with memory recollection, from a unique aspect of cultural awareness in New Zealand.
This research explores design concepts of traditional Māori cultural artifacts and techniques.
Together with her supervisors, Ivy published her work in the MAI journal.

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Congratulations to Ivy Taia for her first article publication, in the MAI journal!

University of Waikato PhD student Ivy Taia has created a mobile app that represents a digital memory treasure box based on the concepts of Māori mnemonic aids. The app uses augmented reality features, and was created as part of Ivys Masters thesis. Ivy continues her research into the use of Māori cultural concepts in technology solutions. 

co-authors: Annika Hinze, Nic Vanderschantz , Te Taka Adrian Keegan