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Innovative Computing Technology Aims to Boost Independence for PWDs
Held at the Georgia Institute of Technology last October 15, the GVU Research Demo Showcase featured over 100 technology demonstrations including immersive augmented reality experiences, human-robot interaction, mobile gaming and healthcare and music technologies by GVU faculty and students. Some of the projects showcased are specifically focused on improving the living conditions of persons with disabilities.
Georgia Tech Ph.D. student, Tanya Markow, (center) shows the Mobile Music Touch device to
G3ict -GAAT Co-Chair Bill Curtis-Davidson (left)
Lightweight, wireless, tactile glove used in the Mobile Music Touch demo
• Project Crystal
• USA: Verizon Partners with Georgia Tech on Connected Car, Wearables Research
• Georgia Tech Research Institute's International Internet-of-Things Standards Conference, Atlanta, GA, USA
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