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Does the use of a wearable context-aware computer increase task proficiency? User trials have been carried out in an attempt to answer this question. The study involves WECAPC software developed to ran on the χ3 wearable computer. The trials demonstrate that a wearable computer with simple context-awareness yields superior performance to either Internet search or realworld activity. Thus, we conclude that the use of context does indeed improve user task proficiency.
Date of Conference: 2002