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Sign language recognition model combining non-manual markers and handshapes
People with disabilities have fewer opportunities. Technological developments should be used to help these people to have more opportunities. In this paper we present partial results of a research project which aims to ...
Human aspects of ubiquitous computing: a study addressing willingness to use it and privacy issues
Identifying the human aspects related to ubiquitous systems focused on people’s willingness to use them and privacy concerns was our goal. We selected two ubiquitous systems: a wearable system (Google Glass) and an embedded ...
Use of Emerging 3D Printing and Modeling Technologies in the Health Domain
Three-Dimensional (3D) technologies emerged from the technological advances in manufacturing required to produce physical versions of digital models. The most attractive feature of 3D technologies is that virtual models ...