Shigeyuki Seko

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We describe BitWear, a platform for prototyping small, wireless, interactive devices. BitWear incorporates hardware, wireless connectivity, and a cloud component to enable collections of connected devices. We are using this platform to create, explore, and experiment with a multitude of wearable and deployable physical forms and interactions.
Loupe is a novel interactive device with a near-eye virtual display similar to head-up display glasses that retains a handheld form factor. We present our hardware implementation and discuss our user interface that leverages Loupe's unique combination of properties. In particular, we present our input capabilities, spatial metaphor, opportunities for using(More)
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