January/February 2018 issue of acmqueue

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Originally published in Queue vol. 4, no. 6
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Kari Pulli, Anatoly Baksheev, Kirill Kornyakov, Victor Eruhimov - Realtime Computer Vision with OpenCV
Mobile computer-vision technology will soon become as ubiquitous as touch interfaces.

Julian Harty - Finding Usability Bugs with Automated Tests
Automated usability tests can be valuable companions to in-person tests.

Jim Christensen, Jeremy Sussman, Stephen Levy, William E. Bennett, Tracee Vetting Wolf, Wendy A. Kellogg - Too Much Information
Two applications reveal the key challenges in making context-aware computing a reality. As mobile computing devices and a variety of sensors become ubiquitous, new resources for applications and services - often collectively referred to under the rubric of context-aware computing - are becoming available to designers and developers. In this article, we consider the potential benefits and issues that arise from leveraging context awareness in new communication services that include the convergence of VoIP (voice over IP) and traditional information technology.

Gaetano Borriello - The Invisible Assistant
One lab's experiment with ubiquitous computing


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chopper | Tue, 29 Jul 2014 03:29:48 UTC

Very interesting, this make me think about something about the barcode things:


Craig Schoonover | Tue, 22 Nov 2011 22:49:05 UTC

The problem with voice recognition and gesture type interaction, is that it makes all interaction public. The advantage of texting is that it can be done in public, and allow one to retain level of privacy. Also, by writing things down, one is better enabled to organize ones thoughts, edit, and refine one's message.

ehijator jefferson | Wed, 11 Aug 2010 11:33:18 UTC

thank you very much. thius material was very much helpful to me

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