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References

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Steve Mann. Smart clothing: The wearable computer and wearcam. Personal Technologies, March 1997. Volume 1, Issue 1.

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Steve Mann. Smart clothing: The shift to wearable computing. Communications of the ACM, pages 23-24, August 1996.

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Jennifer González. Prosthetic Territories, chapter 9, Autotopographies, pages 133-150. Westview Press, Boulder.

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Thomas Bass. The Eudaemonic Pie. Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston, 1985.

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Steve Mann. Eudaemonic computing: Unobtrusive embodiments of `WearComp' for everyday use. In Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Wearable Computing, Cambridge, MA, October 13-14 1997. IEEE. /wearcomp/eudaemonic.html.

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Cynthia Ryals. Lightspace: A new language of imaging. PHOTO Electronic Imaging, 38(2):14-16, 1995. http://www.novalink.com/pei/mann2.html.

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Steve Mann. Lightspace. Unpublished report (Paper available from author). Submitted to SIGGRAPH 92. Also see example images in /wearcam/lightspace, July 1992.

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Steve Mann and Simon Haykin. The chirplet transform: Physical considerations. IEEE Trans. Signal Processing, 43(11), November 1995.

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Steve Mann. `VibraVest'/`ThinkTank': Existential technology of synthetic synesthesia for the visually challenged. In Proceedings of the Eight International Symposium on Electronic Art, Chicago, September 22-27 1997. ISEA.

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M. Clynes and N.S. Kline. Cyborgs and space. Astronautics, 14(9):26-27,and 74-75, September September 1960.

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Steve Mann. Wearable computing: A first step toward personal imaging. IEEE Computer, 30(2), Feb 1997. http://n1nlf-1.eecg.toronto.edu/ieeecomputer/.

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I. Sutherland. A head-mounted three dimensional display. In Proc. Fall Joint Computer Conference, pages 757-764, 1968.

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S. Feiner, B. MacIntyre, and D. Seligmann. Knowledge-based augmented reality, Jul 1993. Communications of the ACM, 36(7).

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S. Finger, M. Terk, E. Subrahmanian, C. Kasabach, F. Prinz, D.P. Siewiorek, A. Smailagic, J. Stivorek, and L Weiss. Rapid design and manufacture of wearable computers. Communications of the ACM, pages 63-70, February 1996.

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T. Starner, S. Mann, B. Rhodes, J. Levine, J. Healey, D. Kirsch, R. Picard, and A. Pentland. Augmented reality through wearable computing. PRESENCE, 6(4), August 1997. MIT Press.

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S. Mann. Wearable Wireless Webcam, 1994. /wearcam.

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Joe Constance. Nowhere to hide. holographic imaging radar may soon be uncovering hidden dangers at u.s. airports. http://www.ingersoll-rand.com/compair/octnov96/radar.htm.

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S. Mann. `mediated reality'. TR 260, M.I.T. Media Lab Perceptual Computing Section, Cambridge, Ma, 1994.

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Steve Mann. Wearable, tetherless computer-mediated reality: WearCam as a wearable face-recognizer, and other applications for the disabled. TR 361, M.I.T. Media Lab Perceptual Computing Section, Cambridge, Ma, February 2 1996. Also appears in AAAI Fall Symposium on Developing Assistive Technology for People with Disabilities, 9-11 November 1996, MIT.

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Michael W. McGreevy. The presence of field geologists in mars-like terrain. PRESENCE, 1(4):375-403, FALL 1992. MIT Press.

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S. Mann and R. W. Picard. Video orbits of the projective group; a simple approach to featureless estimation of parameters. TR 338, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Ma, See http://n1nlf-1.eecg.toronto.edu/tip.ps.gz 1995. Also appears IEEE Trans. Image Proc., Sept 1997, Vol. 6 No. 9.

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Steve Mann. `pencigraphy' with AGC: Joint parameter estimation in both domain and range of functions in same orbit of the projective-Wyckoff group. Technical Report 384, MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, Massachusetts, December 1994. also appears in: Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Image Processing (ICIP-96), Lausanne, Switzerland, September 16-19, 1996, pages 193-196.


Steve Mann
Tue Jan 6 23:24:56 EST 1998