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BPN713: Ring GINA: Highly Miniaturized Ring-Format Wearable Mote

Project ID BPN713
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Start Date Sat 2013-Mar-02 18:12:03
Last Updated Mon 2014-Feb-03 13:01:08
Abstract Computer input devices such as mice and keyboards have remained largely unchanged since the dawn of the personal computer. The Ring GINA platform is capable of sensing and interpreting a userís hand and finger movements to emulate and enhance the functions of these standard input devices. A wearable platform frees the user from the need to know hand position relative to a keyboard or mouse, and grants the ability to perform gestures in open space or on any surface. Here, a method is presented that utilizes these rings as a text input system. In moving forward, efforts are being focused on creating a library of gestures to perform additional tasks, as well as further miniaturizing the mote and ring.
Status New
Funding Source Federal
IAB Research Area Wireless, RF & Smart Dust
Researcher(s) Joseph Greenspun, David Burnett
Advisor(s) Kristofer S.J. Pister
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