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The Aware Home Research InitiativeMum's Wine CellarThe Aware Home exteriorStudents Working at the Aware HomeResearchers conduct studies

Students showcase projects at the annual open house event, Healthy Environments and Active Lifestyles (HEAL). 2012

A group of students works on their Convergence Innovation Competition Project in the Aware Home

Researchers from the Georgia Tech HomeLab project study the use of various technologies in the homes of HomeLab participants.

Generally, people spend a good amount of time in their home performing everyday activities like: sleeping, eating, cooking, relaxing, entertaining, and so on; thus, it comes as no surprise that the home plays a key role in our health, lifestyle, and well-being. The Aware Home Research Initiative (AHRI) at Georgia Institute of Technology is an interdisciplinary research endeavor aimed at addressing the fundamental technical, design, and social challenges for people in a home setting. Central to this research is the Aware Home, a 3-story, 5040 square foot facility designed to facilitate research, while providing an authentic home environment.