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4 Author(s)
Clark, A.F. ; Essex Univ., Colchester, UK ; Newman, N. ; Isaakidis, A. ; Pagonis, J.

Graphical user interfaces are widely regarded as being inappropriate for use on wearable computers. This paper outlines Sulawesi, a user interface framework for wearable computing. Some shortcomings in Sulawesi are analyzed. Two specific areas of improvement, a high-level user interface toolkit and contextual measurement and adaption, are reported upon. Together these contribute towards the development of a proactive personal assistant application, the authors' ultimate aim.

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Eurowearable, 2003. IEE

Date of Conference:

4-5 Sept. 2003