Chroma

 

We are investigating a variety of ubiquotous and multimodal technology such as digital pens, augmented reality glasses (Google Glass, Microsoft HoloLens), depth cameras (Microsoft Kinect), Eye-tracking, Interactive Surfaces, and more, to support a variety of users undergoing specific health issues such as aphasia, color-blindess, bruxism, Locked-in Syndrome, Autism, etc.

 
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Human-Centered & Ubiquitous Computing Lab
(The Weibel Lab)
University of California, San Diego
Computer Science and Engineering 
Mail Code #0404 
9500 Gilman Drive 
La Jolla, CA 92093-0404, USA