We present a new energy harvesting technology that generates electrical energy from a user’s interactions with paper-like materials.
We introduce SideBySide, a system designed for ad-hoc multi-user interaction with handheld projectors.
In this work, we consider how the electrical properties of humans and their attire can be used to support user differentiation on touchscreens.
AIREAL is a novel haptic technology that delivers effective and expressive tactile sensations in free air, without requiring the user to wear a physical device.
The proposed system enables new entertaining applications by creating the illusion (for a human observer) that both transmitting and receiving LEDs are always switched on.
We present and evaluate a software-based VLC physical layer and a VLC medium access control layer that retain the simplicity of the LED-to-LED approach. The design satisfies the requirement that LEDs should always be perceived as on with constant brightness.
A novel approach for pairing RFID-enabled devices is introduced and evaluated in this work.
This poster investigates the use of a phase-based, Dual-Frequency Continuous-Wave (DFCW) and Continuous- Wave (CW) composite radar for RF backscatter ranging.
Delay-tolerant networks can complement cellular networks to address today's growth in demand for wireless data. We are interested in delay-tolerant networks for reaching out into underserved regions in growing economies, when distributing media and videos from cities to rural areas.
Measurements of the magnetoquasistatic fields generated from a magnetic dipole (an electrically small current loop) located above the earth are presented and compared with calculations using complex image theory.
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