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2002
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The Well Mannered Wearable Computer
: In this paper we describe continuing work being carried out as part of the Bristol Wearable Computing Initiative. We are interested in the use of context sensors to improve the u...
Cliff Randell, Henk L. Muller
ASSISTIVE
1998
Springer
10 years 3 months ago
A Wearable Computer Based American Sign Language Recognizer
Modern wearable computer designs package workstation level performance in systems small enough to be worn as clothing. These machines enable technology to be brought where it is n...
Thad Starner, Joshua Weaver, Alex Pentland
ISWC
1998
IEEE
10 years 3 months ago
The Invention of the First Wearable Computer
The first wearable computer was conceived in 1955 by the author to predict roulette, culminating in a joint
Edward O. Thorp
ISWC
1999
IEEE
10 years 4 months ago
Combining Positional Information with Visual Media
By integrating visual media with positioning information obtained with our wearable computer, we create new opportunities for using visuals both in the field and at the workstatio...
Neill W. Campbell, Henk L. Muller, Cliff Randell
ISWC
1999
IEEE
10 years 4 months ago
Realtime Personal Positioning System for Wearable Computers
Context awareness is an important functionality for wearable computers. In particular, the computer should know where the person is in the environment. This paper proposes an imag...
Hisashi Aoki, Bernt Schiele, Alex Pentland
ISWC
2000
IEEE
10 years 4 months ago
A Context-Based Document System for Wearable Computers
With the continuous availability of wearable computers, users have the opportunity to create and acquire large numbers of files. The ability to store and retrieve documents effect...
Kent Lyons, Thad Starner, Lonnie D. Harvel
ISWC
2002
IEEE
10 years 4 months ago
Threat Response: A Compelling Application for Wearable Computing
This paper explores the application of wearable computer systems to threat response, exemplified by the Multi-functional Micro-controllable Interface Module (MMIM)/Digital Militar...
Noa M. Rensing, Evan Weststrate, Paul M. Zavracky,...
ISWC
2002
IEEE
10 years 4 months ago
Micro-Accelerometer Based Hardware Interfaces for Wearable Computer Mixed Reality Applications
Human interaction with wearable computers is an important research issue, especially when combined with mixed reality (MR) applications. Natural and non-obtrusive means of interac...
Adrian David Cheok, Krishnamoorthy Ganesh Kumar, S...
ISWC
2002
IEEE
10 years 4 months ago
Evaluating Contextual Information for Wearable Computing
Does the use of a wearable context-aware computer increase task proficiency? User trials have been carried out in an attempt to answer this question. The study involves WECAPC sof...
Huw W. Bristow, Chris Baber, James Cross, Sandra I...
ISWC
2002
IEEE
10 years 4 months ago
Mediated Reality Using Computer Graphics Hardware for Computer Vision
Wearable, camera based, head–tracking systems use spatial image registration algorithms to align images taken as the wearer gazes around their environment. This allows for compu...
James Fung, Felix Tang, Steve Mann
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