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  • Coatnet group at Carnegie Mellon - The research group on electronic textiles for ambient intelligence shows their journal articles and other publications as well as their vision and members.
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  • Industrial Ergonomics Group of Birmingham University - The project focuses on the human factors involved with the use of wearable computers.
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  • MIT: Wearable Computing - The group extensively describes its MIThril system: a complete wearable computer from hardware to applications. Also overviews of other projects as well as papers and people are given.
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  • Mobile Augmented Reality Systems (MARS) - The project at Columbia University informs on application scenarios (e.g. campus information system, journalist's workbench) as well as the system architecture.
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  • University of Oregon - Wearable Computing Laboratory - presents their projects on wearable communities and ad-hoc middleware, and give a list of their on-line publications and members.
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  • US Army LandWarrior - Describes the military communication and positioning system with lots of links.
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  • Wear-IT.net - The group at the University of Birmingham with several wearable hardware systems presents their projects, papers and lots of pictures.
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  • Wearable Computing Laboratory at ETH Z├╝rich - The university group presents its research and various student projects mainly focused on hardware as well as its vision for wearable computing.
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  • WearIT@Work - The EU project strives to apply wearable computing to increase the productivity of the work force in the areas emergency, healthcare, maintenance and production. Overview of business cases, publications, consortium and milestones as well as a definition of wearable computing.
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