Ppt on blind stick with sensors

Introduction to Problem Solving Spring 2008

30 sections 47 What Does It Mean? Active learners need to do something with info – discuss, study in group Reflective learners need to think about it Sensors like facts, memorization, method Intuitors like innovation, can lose patience, need/in their susceptibility to functional blindness. Awareness of the problem helps to avoid it. This is real issue for students and in “real life” Example: Debugging, algorithm design 150 Lateral Thinking “Vertical Thinking” is sticking with the current approach, being /


1 INTRUSION ALARM TECHNOLOGY DETECTION DEVICES. 2 INTRUSION ALARM TECHNOLOGY Detection devices can be either passive or active. Passive devices typically.

comes with additional parts; a cover that conceals the screw terminals and spacers to properly align the magnet with the sensor. 10 INTRUSION ALARM TECHNOLOGY Contrary to Hollywood movies and shows a piece of aluminum foil from a stick of gum/16 INTRUSION ALARM TECHNOLOGY Glass break detectors are sometimes called acoustic sensors, sensitivity of these detectors needs to be increased to compensate for heavy drapes or fabric style venetian blinds. These are active devices that require power, the next slide/


Input devices are used to get data into a system. The ideal input devices would be able to get data into a system as accurately as possible, in the least.

navigational devices for smaller electronic equipment such as mobile phones. Joystick elements: 1. Stick 2. Base 3. Trigger 4. Extra buttons 5. Autofire switch 6. /(both pronounced / ˈ ma ɪ k/), is an acoustic to electric transducer or sensor that converts sound into an electrical signal. Microphones are used in many applications such/raised dots on paper for use by the blind. Computer speakers, or multimedia speakers, are external speakers, commonly equipped with a low-power internal amplifier. The standard /


Basics of Continuous Subcutaneous Insulin Infusion Therapy Thomas Repas D.O. Diabetes, Endocrinology and Nutrition Center, Affinity Medical Group, Neenah,

Blindness Amputation Amputation Dialysis Dialysis Kidney Kidney Transplant Transplant Microalbuminuria Microalbuminuria Mild Retinopathy Mild Retinopathy Mild Neuropathy Mild Neuropathy Albuminuria Albuminuria Macular Edema Macular Edema Proliferative Proliferative Retinopathy Retinopathy Peridontal Disease Peridontal Disease Impotence Impotence Gastroparesis Gastroparesis Depression Depression RISK GoodPoor DCCT Microvascular Risk Reduction With/dl) Finger Stick Sensor Finger Stick Sensor Pump Therapy /


دانشگاه صنعتی امیرکبیر دانشکده مهدسی پزشکی سمینار درس کنترل سیستمهای عصبی-عضلانی استاد درس: آقای دکتر توحیدخواه توسط: محمد علی احمدی پژوه پاییز 87 ناوبری.

methods ► Disorders Controller Musculoskeletal System Sensors Sensor Data Processing Planning Tasks Navigation Ref Motor Com Two basic methods for dealing with space ► Sensory-motor interaction with the environment: look – find /the hand. OL 1. Agnosias 2. Monocular Blindness 3. Bitemporal Blindness Symptoms of OL Damage 6. Quadrantanopia 7. / Pointing (the “fly” gesture)  physical device (steering wheel, flight stick) Target-based metaphor ► discrete specification of the goal location  point at object/


PICAXEPIC 1 1 2014 Amherst Railroad Hobby Show Dave Bodnar January 23, 2014 Amherst, MA Electronics, Microcontrollers & Trains Electronic Gizmos, Gadgets,

is a tool for that! PICAXEPIC 21 I was blind and now I see… Volt / Ohm Meters are right up there with indoor plumbing. Less than $10.00 Sometimes free Use/other end – it is OFF Great for turning battery powered lights on/off with a magnet on a stick PICAXEPIC 41 Tip - Connectors We are always looking for ways to connect /visible and distracting and may be harmful to visitors or pets! PICAXEPIC 95 Laser Sensors sensor laser I decided to redo the circuit putting a microcontroller in charge of the laser/


Fluke company confidential Field sales force presentation September 2009 Actually it is 40+ SKUs……but who’s counting.

CO2-100, hand held High performance, low drift sensor measures CO 2 levels up to 3000ppm Triple display with simultaneous CO 2, temperature and RH readings Also measures// Right Guidance guides the user to the exact location of the buried utilities and eliminates “blind” searches for the line Three testing modes for best accuracy: –Passive Power Mode (50, /verifies that tester works properly Ergonomic design with a convenient handle Drop-proof to 6-FT Used with Hot Stick Tic 410A for voltage higher than 1500 /


COSMOS - Cluster 10 ‘Stars, Sight and Science’ Vision Class Report Jason Porter Advisor: David Williams August 6, 2001 Center for Visual Science and The.

and the eye’ How far away is the image? Students were supplied with a myriad of trial lenses (Bausch & Lomb), a slide projector focused at infinity, a meter stick and a movable image plane. GOAL: To determine which lenses were /sensor works Joy shows everyone how to obtain wavefronts on Norma Cluster 10 - Week 3 in Vision Concepts Covered Neurons and Brain Function Visual Pathways from photoreceptors to the brain Color Vision –Fundamentals of color vision –Color blindness Visual illusions –Illusion with/


Chao-Hsien Chu, Ph.D. College of Information Sciences and Technology The Pennsylvania State University University Park, PA 16802 Physical/

combustible elements Fire Detection: Includes alarms, manual detection pull boxes, automatic detection response systems with sensors, etc. Fire Suppression: Is the use of a suppression agent to put out a /organization should erect lights and use illumination in such a way that does not blind its neighbors or any passing cars, trains, or planes. Standby Lighting: /against stealing of data. What if the intruder carries his own USB memory sticks and connects them to the computers at their office? In a fraction /


Tom Peters’ Re-Imagine EXCELLENCE ! EXCELLENCE ! University of Auckland Business School 12 February 2015 (For more see tompeters.com and our fully annotated.

Autonomy and Entrepreneurship 4. Productivity Through People 5. Hands On, Value-Driven 6. Stick to the Knitting 7. Simple Form, Lean Staff 8. Simultaneous Loose-Tight Properties Properties/sensor-based health technology. They make a silicon chip the size of a grain of sand that is embedded into a safely digested pill that is swallowed. When the chip mixes with/ Base Rate Fallacy or Base Rate Neglect Belief Bias Bias Blind Spot Bizarreness Effect Change Bias Cheerleader Effect Childhood Amnesia Choice-/


1CS 338: Graphical User Interfaces. Dario Salvucci, Drexel University. Lecture 12: Assistive Technology.

inventions were originally aimed to aid people with disabilities – telephone (as a hearing aid) – cassette tape (as “book on tape” for the blind) – ballpoint pen (easier than fountain/.1 Keyboard modifications Main problem with a keyboard – small keys require fairly good accuracy Don’t need to use your fingers! – stick w/ rubber tip, in/Morse code input Head movements – attach pointer to head to manipulate keyboard – use sensor to detect head turn/tilt and map to software functionality Eye movements – detect /


ESye and Vision Copyright © 2014 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. All rights reserved.

a row of sebaceous glands (tarsal glands/Meibomian glands) that keeps the eyelids from sticking to each other. (sty) Vision Copyright © 2014 John Wiley & Sons, Inc./  The retina contains sensors (photoreceptors) known as rods and cones.  Rods to see in dim light  Cones produce color vision  From these sensors, information flows through the/produce blindness problem with drainage of aqueous humor Anterior Cavity Copyright © 2014 John Wiley & Sons, Inc. All rights reserved. (posterior to lens) filled with /


MCA/MSc CS 302 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND EXPERT SYSTEMS

program An architecture on which an agent resides is a hardware infrastructure like camera, sensors, videos , computer or any machine. A program usually is a software program to/ the bananas down with the stick. The monkey knows how to move around, carry other things around, reach for the bananas, and wave a stick in the air./ What is the best sequence of actions for the monkey? Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems MCA/MSc III Unit-2 Problem Solving Search Techniques Un-informed (Blind/


Action Causes Perception Causes Action: From Sensory Substitution to Situated Robots Lecture 3+4, Unit 5 NUCOG Seminar: Action, Perception, Motivation.

. Empirical research –Perceptual suppleance (sensory substitution) –Change blindness –Delay experiments Sensorimotor contingencies –Descriptive concepts for a situated/ a theoretical model was „acid tested“ (with little success) The actual problems had not/avoidance movement What the agent sees... „Carrot on a stick“ „Psychophysics“ Labeling and Discrimination Discrimination Criteria (Width!) /–Learning in a fixed weight neural network –Floor sensor, light sensor: find out at the beginning of 14 trials /


2004 CAPSTONE CDR Team SAFE Members Anders Fornberg Alejandro Henriquez Shannon Lahr Aaron Lyons Sean Groves Shannon.

take corrective action Detects and Prevents multiple accidents Head on Collisions Merging into blind spots Backing into Stationary Objects Shannon Modes of Operation 3 Modes of operation/ requests Sensors LCD control 20x4 DMC-20434N RS232 Communication Downloading Data Alex FPGA XCS10 Basic Functionality Work Horse Read Sensors Chip Select Send Interrupts (XIRQ) Provide HC11 with: Interrupt/ stick at >2 m Size1.75”w x.625”h x.5” d Anders Sensor Data Equation For Linear Section t=.1461*d+.0144 Anders Sensor /


Summary 1) Introduction 2) Definitions 3) Responsibilities

Against Hazardous Gas Concentrations The device reliably warns against hazardous concentrations of the following by changing the sensors: Ammonia (NH3), Arsine (ASH3), Carbon Monoxide (CO), Chlorine (Cl2), Hydrogen Cyanide (HCN/ mandatory, to control this space with a gas detector. If the cave is too deep, wide,…, a special devices, as an adapted stick, rod, is to use to/ Quiz 8) In the preparation of permit space, you must: A) Blind or disconnect and cap all input lines B) Verify breathing safety by air/


MARZIA MIGLIORA The research of Marzia Migliora (Alessandria, 1972) develops through a complex process.

sound 3’40’’, 5 directional audio speakers 5 original armchairs from Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux with pressure sensors 2 prints from the collection Châtillon red neon tube Ø 2 cm, 748x755 cm / men pulling a stick. On the stick there is a small white boat -a ghost vessel-filled to the brim with little human figures. The two men move the stick up and down,/as a measuring instrument is the most common strategy used by the blind to find their way with the objective of building up a mental map of tactile images. The/


1 Knowledge for Children Low Aim is a Crime, but not high ambition –NCERT ‘Guidance in Schools’ A need for every Child Today at Kayalpatnam.

the mechanism in the brain and lead to giddiness and vomiting. 56 Guidance for Children Blind men with improved capabilities  Scientists have found that the brain is plastic – meaning, the /rubber or eraser material, which wrap up the graphite particles. 95 Guidance for Children Stick to walk on ropes  While walking on a rope, as the base is/ three main components: a touch sensor, a controller, and a software driver. The touch screen is an input device, so it needs to be combined with a display and a PC to/


CSC 463 Uninformed Search. Today’s class Goal-based agents Representing states and operators Example problems Generic state-space search algorithm Specific.

final planet is at least 5,000,000 light years from Earth –Your sensors can scan for ‘potentially habitable’ planets at a range of 100,000 /distinct letters in the given problem. Remove 5 Sticks Given the following configuration of sticks, remove exactly 5 sticks in such a way that the remaining configuration /optimal one? That is, is it the one with minimum cost? Uninformed vs. informed search Uninformed search strategies –Also known as “blind search,” uninformed search strategies use no information about/


Dangerous Idea: box Safe Idea: cylinder or Wand = User Interface Harry Potter’s digital wand Larry Rudolph Harry Potter’s digital wand Larry Rudolph.

to curl Mobile Device Form Wand, stick, staff, cylinder Gandalf’s Staff Harry Potter’s Wand James Bond’s Pen Wand, stick, staff, cylinder Gandalf’s Staff /g. on trains such as the “hogwarts express” Why not simply use a hand with better camera tracking algorithms? Need to be in an immersive, instrumented space Does not /focused Parallel communication My favorite: two ships passing at sea Sonar Array Multi-sensor travel aid for the blind (Borenstein) Put it all together Sally O’Lee’s visualization initial view/


Signs, Signals, and Road Markings Chapter 2. # 1  What functions do traffic signs serve? Page 2.

Green Light: Proceed when the path is clear. Page 42 Computerize Traffic lights  Sensors in the road. Page 43 #14. Right Turn On Red Procedures  All states/rear of vehicle. Page 77 3.4 Driving a Vehicle with Manual Transmission  Selector-Lever Position: 4,5,6 speed shift patterns.  Using Stick shift Gears:  N-Neutral  1: start the/towing, operating a motorcycle, entering or exiting a expressway. Page 116  Blind Spots: Remember there are blind spots on both your right and left sides.  Being Followed: /


8/28/20151 Sermons From Science -- July 2013 科学布道 -- 2013 年 7 月 Sermons from Science is now published in both YouTube under the name “Pastor Chui” and.

太阳系外行星:更大,更致命 The article did not discuss the sticking problem: dust grains do not stick together; they, too, are “often /.… Thus, a fibrous architecture in combination with constituents that exhibit internal plasticity creates a material/materialistic man cannot explain the exquisite design of natural processes by its blind, unguided processes, he worships “nature” as his substitute god. /Design 活的设计启发设计 Artificial cricket hairs: A sensitive flow sensor modeled on cricket hairs was announced by Science/


First Courses Workshop Day 1 Mark Guzdial College of Computing Georgia Institute of Technology

That’s 0.00000037 and 0.00000073 meters But we perceive light with color sensors that peak around 425 nm (blue), 550 nm (green), and/ on comparison to backgrounds, not raw values. Luminance is actually color blind. Completely different part of the brain. Digitizing pictures as bunches of /destSample, getSampleValueAt( source, srcSample)) #destSample = destSample + 1 #for index in range(1, 1000): #Stick some quiet space after that #setSampleValueAt(dest, destSample, 0) #destSample = destSample + 1 play(dest) /


Chapter 2. This presentation covers: – Choosing input devices – Choosing output devices – Choosing storage devices.

not been covered: – Digital Camera – Touch Screen – Microphone – Switch – Sensor Research these devices and focus on their purpose and ergonomic features. Investigate the use of/ in this presentation can be outputted to a user. Blind users may have the information read out to them using/ read/write needle used to have to be in contact with the actual disk. Modern storage devices (such as USB /per Megabyte Floppy Disk Hard Disk CD DVD Tape USB Stick Complete the following table. Once you have done that.... /


Media Computation Workshop Day 1 Mark Guzdial College of Computing Georgia Institute of Technology

That’s 0.00000037 and 0.00000073 meters But we perceive light with color sensors that peak around 425 nm (blue), 550 nm (green), and/ on comparison to backgrounds, not raw values. Luminance is actually color blind. Completely different part of the brain. Digitizing pictures as bunches of /destSample, getSampleValueAt( source, srcSample)) #destSample = destSample + 1 #for index in range(1, 1000): #Stick some quiet space after that #setSampleValueAt(dest, destSample, 0) #destSample = destSample + 1 play(dest) /


Time Series Prediction Forecasting the Future and Understanding the Past Santa Fe Institute Proceedings on the Studies in the Sciences of Complexity Edited.

Noisy Long Blind Nonlinear Vector Many trials Discontinuous Switching Catastrophes Episodes Synthetic Nonstationary Stochastic Noisy Long Blind Nonlinear Vector / anything sticks” Examples: Delay coordinate embedding - Short term prediction by filtered delay coordinates and reconstruction with local linear models of the attractor ( T. Sauer ). Neural networks with internal/know? For example: predicting catastrophic failures of machines from sensors. Very NISTY: Convene a panel of leading researchers Identify/


Digital Cameras Basic Info on Operations Class Web Quest.

create 13.5x9 inch prints with no loss of picture quality. How do Digital Cameras capture color? Photosets are blind Photosets only keep track of the total intensity of light that strikes the surface To get full color of an image, most sensors use filtering to look at / often develop their own proprietary flash memory devices, including SmartMedia cards, CompactFlash cards and Memory Sticks. Storage Removable storage devices include: –Floppy disks –Hard disks, or microdrives –Writeable CDs and DVDs


 Unit 4: Sensation and Perception Energy Senses, Chemical Senses, Body Position Senses, Perception, Thresholds, Perceptual Theories, Principles of Visual.

Blindness  Someone with Monochromatic Color Blindness only sees shades of grey. What two theories are used to explain Color Vision? Opponent-Process Theory  This theory states that the sensory receptors arranged in the retina come in pairs:  Yellow/blue  Red/green  Black/white  If one sensor/Perception? Cooperative Learning Activity  You will create a flip book with a partner!  You will only have the rest of the period to complete it!  Use stick figures to save time (keep it simple!) What are the /


Signs, Signals, and Road Markings Chapter 2. Traffic Signs Page 1.

Controls traffic flow with sensors  Right-Turn-on-Red  Unless a sign prohibits, vehicles may eye-up the intersection and make a right turn with caution while the /traveling in both mph and kmph.  Tachometer: Indicates the engine revolutions per minute. (stick)  Odometer: Measures the amount of miles traveled.  Temp Light or Gauge: warning/operating a motorcycle, entering or exiting a expressway. Page 67  Blind Spots: Remember there are blind spots on both your right and left sides.  Being Followed:/


Signs, Signals, and Road Markings Chapter 2. Traffic Signs Page 1.

Controls traffic flow with sensors  Right-Turn-on-Red  Unless a sign prohibits, vehicles may eye-up the intersection and make a right turn with caution while the /traveling in both mph and kmph.  Tachometer: Indicates the engine revolutions per minute. (stick)  Odometer: Measures the amount of miles traveled.  Temp Light or Gauge: warning/operating a motorcycle, entering or exiting a expressway. Page 69  Blind Spots: Remember there are blind spots on both your right and left sides.  Being Followed:/


Foundations of Team Leadership MBTI Self & Team Awareness New Yorker Magazine 2004.

decision making and problem solving processes. Facilitates team building by identifying strengths, weaknesses and blind spots for teams. Acts as a lens through which to diagnose issues, and to organize/with unresolved issues in an open- ended way while Ps irritate Js by not deciding or taking a position Foundations of Team Leadership Some Shortcuts to Resolving Conflicts Extraverts: Stop, look, and listen Introverts: Express yourself Sensors: There ’ s more to conflicts than just the facts iNtuitives: Stick/


MSc Computer Games and Entertainment Maths & Graphics Unit 2011/12 Lecturer: Gareth Edwards.

that cannot be discriminated by people with various forms of colour blindness and transforms them into colours that /sensor." Therma isomerizations are more likely in pigments with peak absorptions at longer wavelengths, so the first photoreceptor may have been an orange-red cone with a peak sensitivity of say 625 nanometers as opposed to an ultraviolet cone with/with regard to primates is complicated because the majority of New World monkeys are so unusual. The Evolution of Colour Vision But sticking with/


Sensory Physiology Vision, Hearing, and Orientation.

Optic disk –where optic nerve joins the eye –no photoreceptors - “blind spot” Blind Spot Experiment Cover right eye Hold paper in right hand at arm length, with + sign sticking out to the right Looking directly at black spot, move paper toward eye/ deafness damage to conduction system (tympanic membrane, ear bones, etc.) Can hear skull vibrations –Sensorineural deafness damage to sensors or nerves (cochlea, auditory nerve, etc.) Cannot hear skull vibrations Tests Rhinne Test –Place tuning fork on mastoid /


Eco Committee Identification Eco Code Feedback welcome Monitoring Action And Evaluating Progress Annual To be presented today Linking to curriculum Current.

are now motion sensor lights. In 2003, there were very few blinds or curtains situated in classrooms around the school, whereas in 2006, there are a lot more blinds in the windows./ bus and encourage more people to bike to school.. 1.We need to stick posters around the school telling them about pollution made by fossil fuels. 2./sales during break and dinner times e.g. cheaper prices, promotional deals. Improve links with peer support group, help make it more available. Encourage pupils to grow and eat /


Current & Emerging Technologies UNIT 1:Systems and applications in ICT Tools & Techniques What is ICT? ICT is the use of technology for the input of data,

terabyte) CD ROMS 650mb DVD 17gb Memory stick/flash drive/USB key InputOutputProcess ADVANTAGES / /messages over the internet  Signatures  CC (carbon copy)  BCC (blind carbon copy)  Attachments Outlook Web based (Hotmail) Types of software: Systems/) - No need for central offices - Less face to face communication with customers and other employees - Increased flexible hours - Hot-desking and working/Equipment can be expensive for small tasks -Sensors must be carefully calibrated otherwise they could /


NCKU General Education: How to Cultivate the Creativity, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship? Sept 27, 2007 Class#2 Group Creativity Dr. Harold Szu 斯華齡,

-to-see hard chop stick to control” (US Patent pending Szu&Xi) Recommendation: Biomedical Wellness (BMW) Test Bed with 5 Winners stakeholders Aging population/harm” by randomized double-blind control & referee (replacing placebo). Noninvasive: Time-reversal ROC proving FDA “doing no harm” by randomized double-blind control & referee (/ The common key of BMW is mathematically Based on 37 o C & Pairs Sensors X(t) Physics & Physiology of Unsupervised Learning oNoninvasive Monitoring Aging WWII Baby Boomers/


Chapter 2 the computer. The Computer a computer system is made up of various elements each of these elements affects the interaction –input devices –

networks Interacting with computers to understand human–computer interaction … need to understand computers! what goes in and out devices, paper, sensors, etc. /and keyboard nipple Joystick –indirect pressure of stick = velocity of movement –buttons for /with special needs. Speech input - suitable for physically handicapped Speech output - suitable for the blind or those with other vision problems LCD screens - suitable for users with sub-optimal vision because they are clearer Touchscreens - for users with/


Robert Tanenberg, MD, FACP Professor of Medicine Division of Endocrinology Brody School of Medicine Medical Director, Diabetes and Obesity Institute East.

+ exenatide ± OADs (n=137) Insulin glargine + placebo ± OADs (n=122) Two major hypoglycemic episodes in the placebo group 30-week double-blind study comparing twice-daily exenatide vs. placebo as add-on to insulin glargine ± OADs Buse et al. Ann Intern Med. 2011 Jan 18;154(/Meal 0 50 100 150 200 250 300 400 Type I Diabetic - Sensor Type I Diabetic - Blood Type I Diabetic - Finger Stick Non-Diabetic - Blood Dex-Com™ 7 Day Tracking Graph in a Patient with TDM1 x 10 years (A1c=6.3%) The YSI reference value was /


Input and Output Devices

with dis Disadvantages People with RSI diff to use it Stop working with obstacle in front of it 16/4/2017 Chapter 2 Input Devices (Cont.) Joysticks Similar functions with mouse and trackerball Stick/ analogue using digital analogue converter Uses Output sound Home entertainment Help blind people Play downloaded sounds 16/4/2017 Chapter 2 Output Devices/of output devices Control devices are used control processes in conjunction with sensor input devices 16/4/2017 Chapter 2 Control Devices Actuators Transducers/


ACM SIGCSE 2005: Multimedia Construction Projects Mark Guzdial and Barb Ericson College of Computing Georgia Institute of Technology

That’s 0.00000037 and 0.00000073 meters But we perceive light with color sensors that peak around 425 nm (blue), 550 nm (green), / on comparison to backgrounds, not raw values. Luminance is actually color blind. Completely different part of the brain. Digitizing pictures as bunches of/targetIndex, getSampleValueAt( source, sourceIndex)) targetIndex = targetIndex + 1 for index in range(1,1000):#Stick some quiet space after that setSampleValueAt(target, targetIndex,0) targetIndex = targetIndex + 1 play(target/


Input, Output, and Processing IC3 Chapter 2 Guided Reading.

a variety of storage media to store the images including flash memory cards, memory sticks, USB keys, mini- discs, and other solid- state storage devices. Question /using the pen as a pointer. Question 14 Environmental Probes / Sensors Workers use environment probes and sensors with a standard web browser to view elements such as the temperature/ information on the computer screen. Screen Readers – Assists people who are blind or visually impaired by using a speech synthesizer to read screen content. Question/


ISO TC211 Workshop © 2007, by Ubiquitous ID Center, All Rights Reserved ucode An Efficient Tag-based Location Identification System for Ubiquitous Geographic.

Key issues of ubiquitous Ubiquitous computing is featured by new key technologies Ultra tiny devices …such as RFIDs and ubiquitous sensor network nodes Automatic identification (AutoID) technologies …such as RFIDs, barcodes, 2D barcodes, IR beacon, … Smart mobile/ Ubiquitous ID Center, All Rights Reserved Supporting the Physically Disabled (1) Location ID tag Blocks for the blind Location ID tag White stick with ID tag R/W ISO TC211 Workshop © 2007, by Ubiquitous ID Center, All Rights Reserved Supporting the/


BabyTalk: Generating English Summaries of Clinical Data

areas, pollen levels will be high with values of 6. Other data-text apps Medical: to-be-discussed Assistive technology: help blind people access statistical data Financial: summarise/ info, infer causal links, add background know But stick to describing data, don’t tell experts what to do! Data-text /to describe together Monitor equipment: Need to mention (not ignore) sensor artefacts Summary Good performance with human texts shows textual presentation is effective Also seen in previous /


The Science and Technology Horizon- Key Trends The trends presented in this appendix are drawn from a wide range of authoritative sources citing well referenced.

would add Vitamin A to rice to counter the deficiency which causes blindness in around half a million children every year ( the Independent). /bring power to the nano world with minuscule generators that take advantage of piezoelectricity. If he succeeds, biological and chemical nano sensors will be able to power /sticking point is that few of them are fully integrated into wireless communication systems. European researchers have been addressing this outstanding issue. ―The idea is to integrate sensor/


Technology & Universal Design Sarah C. Wayland, PhD Katharina Boser, PhD.

with Motor Impairments Voice synthesizers Joystick instead of mouse Keyboard Alternatives Intellikeys Head stick Voice Recognition Expanded keyboards Key guards Mini-keyboards (use with/with Vision Impairments Braille Talking clocks & watches Talking equipment Seeing eye dogs Cane Audio books Book readers (e.g., Kurzweil) Screen readers Sensors/good tools  Customized Browsers will convert mathematical text into auditory file for blind (for example) Self Advocacy Sites..  Blogs, chats, podcasts  /


Hardware Computer Business Applications. 2 Computer System Components and IPOS  A computer system requires many components to do its job:  Input: Some.

notebook computers and moved with the forefinger. Touchpad and Pointing Stick 44 Touch Pad Pointing Stick 45 4545 Standard Input Devices (continued)  Stylus:  Pen-like writing instruments to input information to a PDA or other mobile device.  Environmental Probes and Sensors:  Used with a Web browser to/ computer screen. Screen readers: Use speech synthesizers to read content for people who are blind or visually impaired. Voice synthesizers: A voice changes written computer text into synthetic speech. 65


Tax Office of Enschede S.H. Liem, A.H.C. van Paassen Delft, April 1998 S.H. Liem, A.H.C. van Paassen Delft, April 1998 Presentation of the building Presentation.

just below the exposed ceiling. The incoming cold air sticks to the ceiling by the Coanda effect and is mixed with the warm indoor air before it falls into the / devices, the offices have other features which improve the indoor climate: External blinds on the South façade to reduce the solar gains and avoid overheating./Internal view - closed Daylight shelf with integrated lights Trickle vents Daylighting window Light shelves are automatically controlled by a solar radiation sensor, but it can be manually /


Tom Peters’ EXCELLENCE ! “THE WORKS” 1966-2015 Chapter NINE NINE VALUE-ADDED STRATEGIES 30 November 2015 (10+ years of presentation slides at tompeters.com)

could be told I’ll stick with one. On each of the five floors of the hospital there is a central court area with, instead of the usual clutter/ the efforts of their team members. We think of this as eliminating blind spots.” —Leerom Segal, Aaron Goldstein, Jay Goldman and Rahaf Harfoush, The/by HR, with astronomical savings potential) Algorithmic invasion (“invasion” is the correct word in my opinion) of HR is underway. Ye gads! “Affective computing” “Emotion tracking” “Affective sensors” “Sentiment analysis/


Tom Peters’ EXCELLENCE ! “ THE WORKS” A Half-Century’s Reflections/1966-2016 Chapter ELEVEN: NINE VALUE-ADDED STRATEGIES STRATEGIES 01 January 2016 (10+

could be told I’ll stick with one. On each of the five floors of the hospital there is a central court area with, instead of the usual clutter/ the efforts of their team members. We think of this as eliminating blind spots.” —Leerom Segal, Aaron Goldstein, Jay Goldman and Rahaf Harfoush, The/by HR, with astronomical savings potential) Algorithmic invasion (“invasion” is the correct word in my opinion) of HR is underway. Ye gads! “Affective computing” “Emotion tracking” “Affective sensors” “Sentiment analysis/


The 2012 Mitsubishi “i” (innovative) Electric Vehicle Presented by Matt Dixon, Assistant Professor SIUC Automotive Technology Spring 2012.

turn on A/C etc. Can also set up charge times: off peak etc. Remote “stick” similar to other Mitsu products Also buttons on the side 2012 Mitsubishi “i” Pass side / port on Pass side SAE J1772 SPEC Acoustic Vehicle Alerting System Complies with USA Fed regulations to warn blind pedestrians etc. “twirling sound” comes from an underhood speaker controlled by/ torque Frequency: Determines speed MCU also contains smoothing condenser Current sensors on U and W phases ECU interaction EV-ECU is the most important however BMU/


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