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The last day of Ubicomp/ISWC early registration is less than a week away (7/22)! Find more details at ubicomp.org or iswc.net. (9/11 - 9/15, Maui, HI, USA)

This is the first year of IMWUT to be presented at Ubicomp. We are preparing for the 10th anniversary of ISWC design exhibition as well. Find more details about our 10 great workshops and 3 tutorials with hot topics (VR, startup, deep learning). The final conference program will be ready in a couple of weeks, so stay tuned!

Looking forward to seeing you all at beautiful Grand Wailea Resort at Maui, Hawaii!
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Google has announced the next version of Glass. I'm particularly excited about customer-facing use cases, like those pursued by Augmedix.

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If you know #Braille, you now know how to instantly type on the #Twiddler3. Two new Twiddler configs map the Braille Cell directly on the Twiddler Key matrix. Read more here: http://forum.tekgear.com/t/braille-configurations/298

Thanks to +Greg Priest-Dorman for the inspiration to make these maps.

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+Google Glass Today is a good day. #Twiddler3 #throughglass
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When we talk about #WearableApps it is always important to know that what to test and how to test ? These #apps are quite different from simple apps and therefore, a tester needs to make note of strategies they follow. For wearable #AppTesting strategy and experienced testing professionals, contact us at info@apptestingexperts.com or visit us at http://www.apptestingexperts.com/
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This is unexpected. It might be time to dust off the old Glass and connect the Twiddler.
https://support.google.com/glass/answer/7434728?hl=en&ref_topic=3284652

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Just arrived at SXSW. Anyone here? I'm giving a talk Monday 12:30-1:30pm at the JW Marriott Salon 5. We hope to have a live demo of the FIDO wearable computers for working dogs (if the Marriott lets our dog in).

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The people experimenting with wearable chording keyers will probably benefit from this at a rapid pace. I just hope that it plays nice with linux.

The largest issue  see with this is the input methods the holographic keyboard they have seems to be as inefficient as the "hunt and peck" method. 

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