Tux Member Presentation
Steve Mann: 41 Years of Wearable Augmented Reality as a Natural User Interface: The Past, Present, and Future of Phenomenal Augmented Reality
2015-10-27 12:30 at MaRS
Come and personally experience and hold in your hand the past, present, and future of computer user interfaces, including 41 years of wearable augmented reality as a NUI (Natural User Interface). You will get to see and try out the world’s first wearable computer, which I built when I was 12 years old back in 1974 for “Phenomenal Augmented Reality” (augmented reality that makes visible physical phenomena like radio waves or metaphenomenology like the sensing of sensing). You’ll have the opportunity to do an Augmented Reality portrait picture you can keep and take home with you (we’ll bring several audience members up on stage to experience it) grasping and holding radio waves overlaid on physical reality in perfect alignment with what’s really happening in the physical space. A meta-conversation is a conversation about conversations. Meta data is data about data. Thus metasensing is sensing of sensors and their capacity to sense. Come and experience meta: the world’s first NUI is the future of computing.
Please read some of the Reference Citations before attending, and also see http://wearcam.org/swim/
-  Mann, S. (2001). Intelligent image processing. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.. (first published reference to the term “Natural User Interface”).
-  Mann, S. (2007, June). Natural Interfaces for Musical Expression: Physiphones and a physics-based organology. In Proceedings of the 7th international conference on New interfaces for musical expression (pp. 118-123).
-  Mann, S. (2001). Wearable computing: Toward humanistic intelligence.Intelligent Systems, IEEE, 16(3), 10-15. http://www.computer.org/csdl/mags/ex/2001/03/x3010.pdf
-  Mann, S. (1998). Humanistic computing:“WearComp” as a new framework and application for intelligent signal processing. Proceedings of the IEEE, 86(11), 2123-2151. http://www.eyetap.org/papers/docs/HumanisticComputing_Mann1998_ProcIEEE.pdf
- ACM. http://www.eyetap.org/papers/docs/mann_physiphones.pdf
-  Mann, S. (1997). Wearable computing: A first step toward personal imaging. IEEE Computer, 30(2), 25-32. http://www.eyetap.org/papers/docs/first_step.pdf
-  Ryan Janzen and Steve Mann, “An Information-Bearing Extramissive Formulation of Sensing, to Measure Surveillance and Sousveillance” Proc. IEEE CCECE 2014, pp.1-10. DOI: 10.1109/CCECE.2014.6901060 http://www.eyetap.org/docs/Veillametrics_JanzenMann2014.pdf