The software from this project has been ported to the AIDE initiative. Check AIDE Web for more information.
In order to run properly PATH, you need to meet the following requirements:
Java 1.7 (set variable JAVA_HOME)
Maven 3.1.1+ installed, see Maven site (set variable M2_HOME)
Ant (set variable ANT_HOME)
Android SDK (r21.1 or later, latest is best supported) installed, preferably with all platforms, see Android site
Make sure you have images for API 19 installed in your android SDK. It is required to have the IntelAtomx86 image to permit hardware acceleration. Instructions for Android are available in the Android site
Set environment variable ANDROID_HOME to the path of your installed Android SDK and add $ANDROID_HOME/tools as well as $ANDROID_HOME/platform-tools to your $PATH. (or on Windows %ANDROID_HOME%\tools and %ANDROID_HOME%\platform-tools).
Add binaries to environment variable PATH
Template for an casual 3D scenario. Only actors and furniture.
Template for only the android development. It generates an apk compatible with the PHAT framework. The apk developed here can be installed in an android phone. As an example, you can download this apk and see how it works, but WARNING, this is a non-signed Android application. It is distributed under the terms of the GPL.
Falling people. This demo shows a person that falls and another comes to rescue. The demo requires the previous install of default AVD profiles. There are included scripts to produce these AVD profiles which will be used by the Android emulator to configure concrete devices. The demo permits launching the emulators first or launching everything at the same time.
Filtering activities. This demo requires no emulators. It shows a regular activity consisting in switching on the TV and just watch it for a while. The example permits to change the symptoms of the patient and revisit the same activity. Each time, the patient finds more difficulties in performing it. The modification of the disease symptom requires to edit the specification manually.
The demo app used for the falling detection scenarios can be installed intro real android phones. If you want, download and install this application, but WARNING, this is a non-signed Android application. It is distributed under the terms of the GPL.
The visual editor used to generate the different specifications for PHAT. It is embedded in the PHAT template projects, but you can download a standalone version here.
The Metamodel is documented using HTML and validated with two cases. The resulting documentation can be downloaded from sourceforge.
All software distributed in this page is published under the General Public License v3