Team Bodoques (3) – Spain/Italy – Filtering + analytics of children behaviours – Winner 1st Prize
Our team proposes a playful application aimed at increasing children and youth safety on the Web respecting their independence. It consists on two parts: a client part where we provide an extension for browsers to aid children in web browsing, and a server part that helps to incentive some children behavior.
The client allows the child to freely browse through the internet with restriction apart from a time limit. According to the decision of the parents or teachers, the time limit may pass faster or slower depending on the website. Moreover, children can monitor the remaining time limit as well as get statistics about their past behavior, in order to consciously take decisions about their behavior. The look and feel of these suggestions is specially designed for children.
The server provides a dashboard where teachers can specify which sites they incentive or disincentive, but provides no way to interfere with the you’s privacy.
By enforcing rules but mitigating the intrusion of parents and teachers in the child’s life, eyeTime teaches to the children the importance of decisions and at the same time makes them responsible of their own safety when browsing the Internet.
PhD student at Universitat Pompeu Fabra, intern at Yahoo! Research Barcelona. Interested in Information Visualization, Human-Computer Interaction. I also participated in the previous EU Hackathon and my visualizations were positively scored by the judges. Find out more at http://about.me/egraells
Luca Chiarandini is a PhD Student at Universitat Pompeu Fabra and Research Intern at Yahoo! Research Barcelona. His main research interests are in the field of social media, data mining, machine learning and human-computer interaction. He is carrying out a research on Human-centered Exploration and Discovery of Content in Large Information Spaces.
Diego Saez-Trumper is a PhD Student at Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. His main research interests are in the field of social media, information diffusion models and multidisciplinary studies. At present, he is visiting the Computer Laboratory in University of Cambridge working in project about information diffusion in a city context.