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In a piano lesson, a student often imitates the teacher's playing in terms of speed, dynamics, and fingering. While this learning model leverages one's visual and even audial perception for emulation, it still lacks an important component of piano playing the tactile sensation. We seek to convey the tactile sensations of the teacher's keystrokes and then signal the student's corresponding fingers. We implemented an instrumented fingerless glove called Tactile Teacher to detect finger taps on hard surfaces.
Off-premise ordering is a rapidly expanding revenue channel for the restaurant industry, especially among younger, millennial customers (ages 18-34). Fast casual restaurants are making radical changes to capture more of this market segment and increase their share of online sales. However, Moe's Southwest Grill is struggling to keep up, and seeks to improve its customer experience.
Wearable systems play an important role in continuous health monitoring and can contribute to early detection of abnormal health-related events and facilitate the advancement of personalized healthcare. The neck is a unique sensing location because it provides access to a set of health-related data that other wearable devices simply cannot obtain. Activities including breathing, chewing, clearing the throat, coughing, swallowing, speech and even heartbeat can be recorded from around the neck.
Please join us for the closing celebration and student showcase for the Civic Data Science summer internship.
Robotics-Inspired Implantable Passive Mechanisms to Surgically Re-Engineer the Human Body
MathWorks, Jul 19, 2018
Georgia Tech Alumni Magazine, Jul 16, 2018
Georgia Tech College of Computing Researchers Munmun de Choudhury and David Joyner Earn Mozilla Grants
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