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In this work, we explore a new networking mechanism with smart glasses, through which users can express their interest and connect to a target simply by a gaze. Doing this, we attempt to let wearable devices understand human attention and intention, and pair devices carried by users according to such attention and intention. To achieve this ambitious goal,(More)
In this work, we address a fundamental and critical task of detecting the behavior of driving and texting using smartphones carried by users. We propose, design, and implement TEXIVE that leverages various sensors integrated in the smartphone and realizes our goal of distinguishing drivers and passengers and detecting texting using rich user micromovements(More)
In this work, we address a critical task of detecting the user behavior of driving and texting simultaneously using smartphones. We propose, design, and implement TEXIVE which achieves the goal of distinguishing drivers and passengers, and detecting texting operations during driving utilizing irregularities and rich micro-movements of users. Without relying(More)
In this demo, we propose a proof-of-concept networking system for smart glasses, through which users can express their interest and connect to a target simply by a gaze. Our system <b>iGaze</b> is a visual attention driven networking suite: an <b>iGaze</b> glass (hardware) and a networking protocol <b>VAN</b> (software). Our glass is a low-cost head-mounted(More)
In this paper, we address a critical task of dynamically detecting the simultaneous behavior of driving and texting using smartphone as the sensor. We propose, design, and implement TEXIVE which achieves the goal of detecting texting operations during driving utilizing irregularities and rich micro-movements of users. Without relying on any external(More)
This paper presents a framework for privacy-preserving video delivery system to fulfill users' privacy demands. The proposed framework leverages the inference channels in sensitive behavior prediction and object tracking in a video surveillance system for the sequence privacy protection. For such a goal, we need to capture different pieces of evidence which(More)
Visible light communication (VLC) has been shown to have several advantages over traditional wireless communication. We envision a LED-to-smartphone VLC protocol for delivering messages to a group of unsynchronized mobile device receivers. We carefully design and implement our protocol, Martian, which allows smooth communication from the LED lights to a(More)
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