• KeyMenu: A Keyboard Based Hierarchical Menu 

      Lyons, Kenton Michael; Patel, Nirmal J.; Starner, Thad (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2002)
      KeyMenu is a keyboard based hierarchical menu system originally designed for use on a wearable computer. The menu uses a one to one mapping between buttons on the keyboard and menu items. The KeyMenu leverages off of the ...
    • Learning Significant Locations and Predicting User Movement with GPS 

      Ashbrook, Daniel; Starner, Thad (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2002)
      Wearable computers have the potential to act as intelligent agents in everyday life and assist the user in a variety of tasks depending on the context. Location is the most common form of context used by these agents to ...
    • Recognizing Workshop Activity Using Body Worn Microphones and Accelerometers 

      Atrash, Amin; Starner, Thad (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2003)
      Most gesture recognition systems analyze gestures intended for communication (e.g. sign language) or for command (e.g. navigation in a virtual world). We attempt instead to recognize gestures made in the course of performing ...
    • Technology Trends Favor Thick Clients for User-Carried Wireless Devices 

      Starner, Thad (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2002)
      A thin client approach to mobile computing pushes as many services as possible on a remote server. However, as will be shown, technology trends indicate that an easy route to improving thin client functionality is to ...
    • UBICOMP 2001: Informal Proceedings 

      Abowd, Gregory D.; Dey, Anind K.; Ubicomp 2001 (2001 : Atlanta. Ga.) (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2001)
    • The Use of Different Technologies During a Medical Interview: Effects on Perceived Quality of Care 

      Caldwell, Britt; DeBlasio, Julia M.; Jacko, Julie A.; Kintz, Erin; Lyons, Kent; Mauney, Lisa M.; Starner, Thad; Walker, Bruce N. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-10)
      This two-phase study examines a physician’s use of one of five different types of technology to note a patient’s symptoms during the medical interview. In this between-subjects design, 342 undergraduates viewed one of ...
    • Wearable Augmentation for Time Management 

      Rodenstein, Roy; Abowd, Gregory D. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 1998)
      Time, both one's own and others', is one of the most complex resources one must manage daily. As contact between computers and users grows closer and more constant, as in the case of wearable computers, new opportunities ...