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SenSys 2022 Demo: Through an AR Lens

Sarah Eom has demonstrated our ongoing work on AR-based magnification for hand-held loupes at ACM SenSys’22 in Boston, MA. This work is based on a collaboration with Miroslav Pajic (Duke ECE) and Majda Hadziahmetovic (Duke Ophthalmology). [Demo description PDF] [Accompanying poster PDF]

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ACM UbiComp 2022 Best Poster Award

A poster we presented at ACM UbiComp 2022 in Cambridge, UK, titled “IoT-Enabled Environment Illuminance Optimization for Augmented Reality“, received the ACM UbiComp’22 Best Poster Award. [ Poster submission  ] [ Poster presented at the conference ] This poster outlines a system that uses a smart … Continue reading

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Two papers appearing at IEEE ISMAR’22

We are delighted to have two of lab’s papers appear at the top AR/MR conference, IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality (ISMAR) 2022 (acceptance rate: 21%). In a paper led by PhD student Sarah Eom titled NeuroLens: Augmented … Continue reading

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Apple is coming to Durham

Delightful news today: Apple is planning to build a brand new campus here in Durham, spending 1 bln dollars over 10 years, and creating 3,000 highly skilled jobs, in particularly in AI, ML, and software engineering. Exciting news for the … Continue reading

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ACM SenSys’20 paper: Gaze-based Cognitive Context Sensing

In our recent work that appeared in ACM SenSys 2020, we take a close look at the detection of cognitive context, the state of the person’s mind, through users’ eye tracking. Eye tracking is a fascinating human sensing modality. Eye movements … Continue reading

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Undergraduate Students Presenting Their Work on Next-generation Augmented Reality at Duke University Undergraduate Research Showcases

Three undergraduate students have presented the results of their independent studies in CS and ECE poster sessions and demonstrations here at Duke University. Michael Glushakov presented a poster and a demo of his work on edge computing-supported augmented reality with … Continue reading

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2017 IEEE Fog World Congress

IEEE Fog World Congress was a blast. It takes a lot to put together an inaugural conference on a new topic — the organizing committee did a great job putting the event together. Moderating the Fog and Edge from the Practitioners’ … Continue reading

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2016 IEEE Communications Society Young Author Best Paper Award

Aya Wallwater, Gil Zussman, and myself received the 2016 IEEE Communications Society Young Author Best Paper Award at the 2016 IEEE GLOBECOM earlier this week, for our paper on measurements and algorithms for networks of energy harvesting nodes that appeared … Continue reading

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Why I Volunteer On The Grace Hopper Conference Scholarship Committee

I am finding it exceptionally rewarding to be serving on the Grace Hopper Conference Scholarship Committee, that is, reviewing Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference travel grant applications. I’ve served on this committee in 2015 and 2016, and … Continue reading

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Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2016: First Timer’s Impressions

The legendary and glorious Consumer Electronics Show. A congregation of more than 170,000 people (for comparison, I grew up in a city of only 30,000), in the shiny artificial Las Vegas. A happening that takes over tech pages in all … Continue reading

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