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Poster papers of 2-6 pages at ISMAR 2016 to be published in IEEE'S Xplore.
Deadline 1st of July.

Also see participation opportunities at a variety of ISMAR 2016 workshops at

www.ismar.vgtc.org

Confirmed ISMAR 2016 Keynotes:

Prof Andrew Davison, Imperial College London.

Prof Steve Feiner, Columbia University.
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Both our papers on the handheld robot project feature in the IEEE Spectrum's curated ICRA video selection. There is a further video from colleagues at Bristol on the whiskerbot. Our CAD designs for the handheld robots are freely available for research purposes at http://handheldrobotics.org
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Handheldrobotics.org
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David lynch-designed robots, look the part...
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Whats important when considering a PhD candidate or Post Doc? Is it grades or something much more revealing? I often ignore grades, do you?. This article is interesting reading
http://thebiologist.rsb.org.uk/biologist-opinion/159-biologist/opinion/1450-degreegrades
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Estimating Visual Attention from a Head Mounted IMU

Learning how to be a Gaze Tracker from head motion and determining attention for users wearing GoogleGlass.
From our ISWC 2015 paper:
Teesid Leelasawassuk, Dima Damen, Walterio W Mayol-Cuevas, Estimating Visual Attention from a Head Mounted IMU. ISWC '15 Proceedings of the 2015 ACM International Symposium on Wearable Computers (ISWC). ISBN 978-1-4503-3578-2, pp. 147–150. September 2015.
http://www.cs.bris.ac.uk/Publications/Papers/2001754.pdf
http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2808394&CFID=548041087&CFTOKEN=31371660
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Some moments from ISMAR 2015, come to ISMAR 2016 visit www.ismar.vgtc.org
Paper Deadline 15th March 2016
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Google reports self-driving car mistakes: 272 failures and 13 near misses in the last 14 months. By me for The Guardian.
http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2016/jan/12/google-self-driving-cars-mistakes-data-reports
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