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José Luís Silva / José L. Silva / J. L. Silva (2020). Self-powered Users, “Free” Energy Harvesting and Interaction-powered Devices: a Hybrid Vision for Improved Sustainability. ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.
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J. L. Silva,  "Self-powered Users, “Free” Energy Harvesting and Interaction-powered Devices: a Hybrid Vision for Improved Sustainability", in ACM Conf. on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2020
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@null{silva2020_1618396832410,
	year = "2020",
	url = "https://chi2020.acm.org"
}
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TY  - GEN
TI  - Self-powered Users, “Free” Energy Harvesting and Interaction-powered Devices: a Hybrid Vision for Improved Sustainability
T2  - ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems
AU  - José Luís Silva / José L. Silva / J. L. Silva
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://chi2020.acm.org
AB  - In a world facing climate change emergency, energy
harvesting must be improved. Future interactive
devices (with new materials) and a move of energy
harvesting from devices to users can trigger this
improvement. This paper presents a vision on how
(many) future interactive devices should be powered.
Beyond the benefits of a self-powered and ultra-low
power interactive devices vision, a complementary one
with self-powered users and “free” energy harvesting is
essential. For example, harvesting user’s energy (e.g.
heart rate pulsations) and/or enabling him/her to
produce (e.g. kinetic/inertial energy harvesting) and
store (e.g. wearables) energy for future interactions.
Self-powered users can then perform interactions with
devices (that require only power during interaction or
extra power during interaction) powering them through
direct contact interaction. This will allow the removal of
built-in batteries on these devices and a global
reduction of batteries. The proposed hybrid vision
combines self-powered devices/users and “free” energy
harvesting.
ER  -