ShakeCast: Using Handshake Detection for Automated, Setup-Free Exchange of Contact Data

We present ShakeCast, a system for automatic peer-to-peer exchange of contact information between two persons who just shook hands. The accelerometer in a smartwatch is used to detect the physical handshake and implicitly triggers a setup-free information transfer between the users' personal smartphones using Bluetooth LE broadcasts.

MMM Ball: Showcasing the Massive Mobile Multiuser Framework

We present a live demonstration of the Massive Mobile Multiuser (M³) framework at the example of a public game which has already been shown to support up to 17 concurrent users. Despite a resource-constrained environment and an unpredictable selection of client devices, M³ consistently delivers performance suitable for real-time interaction.