Intelligent wearable interfaces by Yangsheng Xu

By Yangsheng Xu

A radical creation to the advance and functions of clever wearable interfacesAs cellular computing, sensing expertise, and synthetic intelligence turn into extra complex and their purposes extra common, the realm of clever wearable interfaces is turning out to be in significance. This rising type of human-machine interplay has endless probabilities for reinforcing people' features in communications, activities, tracking, and control.Intelligent Wearable Interfaces is a set of the efforts the authors have made during this quarter on the chinese language college of Hong Kong. They introduce methodologies to strengthen quite a few clever wearable interfaces and canopy sensible implementations of platforms for real-life purposes. a few novel clever wearable interface structures are tested, including:Network structure for wearable robotsWearable interface for automated language translationIntelligent cap interface for wheelchair controlIntelligent footwear for human-computer interfaceFingertip human-computer interfaceUbiquitous 3D electronic writing instrumentIntelligent cellular human airbag systemThis publication is a useful reference for researchers, designers, engineers, and upper-level undergraduate and graduate scholars within the fields of human-machine interactions,rehabilitation engineering, robotics, and synthetic intelligence.

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By Yangsheng Xu

A radical creation to the advance and functions of clever wearable interfacesAs cellular computing, sensing expertise, and synthetic intelligence turn into extra complex and their purposes extra common, the realm of clever wearable interfaces is turning out to be in significance. This rising type of human-machine interplay has endless probabilities for reinforcing people' features in communications, activities, tracking, and control.Intelligent Wearable Interfaces is a set of the efforts the authors have made during this quarter on the chinese language college of Hong Kong. They introduce methodologies to strengthen quite a few clever wearable interfaces and canopy sensible implementations of platforms for real-life purposes. a few novel clever wearable interface structures are tested, including:Network structure for wearable robotsWearable interface for automated language translationIntelligent cap interface for wheelchair controlIntelligent footwear for human-computer interfaceFingertip human-computer interfaceUbiquitous 3D electronic writing instrumentIntelligent cellular human airbag systemThis publication is a useful reference for researchers, designers, engineers, and upper-level undergraduate and graduate scholars within the fields of human-machine interactions,rehabilitation engineering, robotics, and synthetic intelligence.

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