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Gabriel Reyes
Research Scientist at Thalmic Labs
Research Scientist at Thalmic Labs
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Our work in the last 60 years has made great advances in aviation, helped to develop a commercial space industry, enriched our economy, created jobs, and strengthened international diplomacy. As we prepare for the #NASA60th anniversary on October 1, learn more: https://go.nasa.gov/2QmMJB8
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Rethinking prosthetics as an extension of the body and the wearer's abilities, not fixing or replacing. #prosthetics #wearables
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When your two year old talks to the phone assistant and it understands him... should I be more impressed by the toddler or the AI? #techdad
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Presented a talk at +University of Waterloo this week with our team at +Thalmic Labs on the importance of embracing diversity and human individuality in the design and engineering of wearable computing. Thanks to Prof. Daniel Vogel, all the students, and UWaterloo HCI for hosting us and showing us some of the cool work you're doing! #thalmic #hci #wearables
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GVU Center at Georgia Tech celebrates 25 years of imagining and inventing the future of human-computer interaction #HCI #ProudAlum +GVU Center at Georgia Tech +Georgia Tech
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Google Glass presented a number of camera design challenges - tiny camera and lens starved the image of light, a small image sensor relative to cell phones, and very limited compute and battery power. The solution = computational photography software techniques. Gcam for Android was born.
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"For many applications of robotics, the “final” answer could be decades away. Robotics platforms today aren’t even in the Apple II, let alone the smartphone era."
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Boston Dynamics' Atlas robot can backflip!
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