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Minimal social weight user interactions for wearable computers in business suits

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4 Author(s)
Toney, A. ; Circus Syst., Seattle, WA, USA ; Mulley, B. ; Thomas, B.H. ; Piekarski, W.

This paper presents the e-SUIT, a wearable computer incorporated in a traditional business suit. A key feature of the system is an array of input/output devices integrated into the garment. These devices are connected to a network bus incorporated into the suit jacket. The network connects the jackets sensors and I/O with a Compaq iPAQTM operating Windows CE. The iPAQ is connected to the users personal information systems via a wireless LAN. Demonstrated within is an application allowing the e-SUIT to control the factory installed Microsoft Pocket Outlook®. Pocket Outlook is a functioning business class application that allows the proof of concept testing to be performed on an integrated product used in the marketplace.

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Wearable Computers, 2002. (ISWC 2002). Proceedings. Sixth International Symposium on

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