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Young research graduates modifying the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)
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Young research graduates modifying the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) actuators used to program the home automation scripts in the DOMUS Living Lab. The DOMUS Living Lab is an automated 3-room apartment installed in the premises of the Grenoble IT Laboratory (LIG). All the commands (opening/closing the blinds, switching the electric kettle, the television or the lights on or off) can be activated via various mainly robotic interfaces and from a central control station. The behaviour of both residents and operators was recorded to study how the presence of a robot affected the humans involved in the project.