Neill J. Newman

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Graphical user interfaces are widely regarded as being inappropriate for use on wearable computers. This paper outlines Sulawesi, a user interface framework for wear-able computing. Some shortcomings in Sulawesi are analyzed. Two specific areas of improvement, a high-level user interface toolkit and contextual measurement and adaption, are reported upon.(More)
In order to investigate multi-modal interaction techniques a user interface framework has been constructed and deployed on the authors wearable computer. The prototype system, called Sulawesi [3], encompasses a wide range of interaction techniques and can be tailored for specific purpose. It also provides a multi-modal integration platform which separates(More)
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