The Wearable Computing Group is a research group at the University of Oregon that focuses on the development and evaluation of wearable and mobile computing technology for facilitating and augmenting human collaboration. Started in 1995 by Professor Zary Segell and Ph. D Student Gerd Kortuem, the group specializes in exploring the community aspects of wireless, wearable and peer-to-peer technologies.

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  • The Wearable Computing Group is a research group at the University of Oregon that focuses on the development and evaluation of wearable and mobile computing technology for facilitating and augmenting human collaboration. Started in 1995 by Professor Zary Segell and Ph. D Student Gerd Kortuem, the group specializes in exploring the community aspects of wireless, wearable and peer-to-peer technologies.
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