Fingering (September 5, 2003, 0) - http://www.acm.org/sigchi/chi97/proceedings/paper/fkm.htm
A really wearable input device “FingeRing” is developed for
coming wearable PDAs. By attaching ring shaped sensors on each finger,
many commands or characters can be input by finger-tip typing action.
“FingeRing” can be used on any typing surface such as a knee or desk,
so quick operation is realized in any situation while standing or
walking. To improve wearability,
Plans (August 5, 2003, 0) -
I’m going to try to move my plans up by a year. I suspect I’ll learn
more by going to graduate school full-time than I’ll learn from
modifying the courses. I need process. I need a way to measure
the effects of the changes we make. I need a way to describe the
changes in the first place! I
Wearables (July 11, 2002, 0) - Apparently the mini banana plugs for my wearable display battery are
quite rare. CE guys are looking for it.
Slowly finding other wearable enthusiasts and sharing resources. We
may yet see a research group here.
Presentation Zen: Visualization of the credit crisis (March 5, 2009, 2) - Kudos to Garr Reynolds of Presentation Zen for finding this animation by Jonathan Jarvis that explains the credit crisis:
The Crisis of Credit Visualized from Jonathan Jarvis on Vimeo.
As W- says: “Nicely done! The credit crisis sucks, but this was nicely done.”
Maybe someday I’ll learn how to tell stories using these techniques…
“Wear Down Opposition” (May 30, 2003, 0) - Some academics subscribe to the theory that the move toward
wearable technology is part of an evolutionary trend stretching
back more than seven centuries. In the past few months, Motorola
and other companies have unveiled a plethora of wearable …