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IEEE Pervasive Submission PC52

This is a repository of our revised submission materials (Submission #PC52) for the special joint issue of IEEE Pervasive Computing and IEEE Personal/Wireless Communications. Right-click each link and choose "Save to Disk" or "Save Target As" to save each file locally.



NEW! Revised galley proof (Completed 28 August 2002)


PDF file of the submission


Original MS Word 2000 document
This document includes links to the TIFF format images below, and expects them to be located in the same directory as the document file.


Document figures
TIFF format, PC byte ordering, 300dpi, CMYK color

Original Illustrator 9.0 artwork for figures 1 and 2
I couldn't get these images to export to EPS properly, but the original vector art files may be helpful in preparing for publication.


UPDATED! Author Biographies with photos

Stephen Voida is a Ph.D. student in the College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology. He is a member of both the Augmented Environments and Everyday Computing labs and is affiliated with the GVU Center. His research interests include augmented environments, ubiquitous computing, and technology in the workplace. He is a recent graduate of the M.S. program in HCI at Georgia Tech and also holds a B.S. in computer science from Arizona State University. He can be contacted at svoida@cc.gatech.edu. Photograph

Elizabeth D. Mynatt is an Associate Professor in the College of Computing and the Associate Director of the GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology. She directs the research program in Everyday Computing, examining the implications of having computation continuously available in many aspects of everyday life. She previously worked for three years at Xerox PARC with Mark Weiser. Her research explored how to augment everyday places and objects with computational capabilities. Contact her at mynatt@cc.gatech.edu. Photograph

Blair MacIntyre is an assistant professor in the College of Computing and the GVU Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Dr. MacIntyreís current research focuses on understanding how to create highly interactive augmented reality environments, especially those that use personal displays (i.e. displays worn or carried by the user, such as see-through head-worn displays) to directly augment a userís perception of their environment. His research covers a broad spectrum of topics in this area, with the goal of gaining a complete understanding of how to design and build such systems. Dr. MacIntyre received M.Phil and Ph.D. degrees from Columbia University in 1995 and 1999, and M.Math and B.Math degrees from the University of Waterloo in 1991 and 1989. He can be contacted at blair@cc.gatech.edu. Photograph

Gregory M. Corso is an associate professor in the School of Psychology at the Georgia Institute of Technology where he teaches Engineering Psychology. His research interests include dynamic function allocation, the perception of change and visual display formatting. He can be contacted via e-mail at gregory.corso@psych.gatech.edu. Photograph


Author Contact Information

Stephen Voida
College of Computing
GVU Center, Georgia Tech
Atlanta, GA 30332-0280
Daytime telephone: 404/385-1102
E-mail: svoida@cc.gatech.edu
Fax: 404/894-3146

Elizabeth D. Mynatt
College of Computing
GVU Center, Georgia Tech
Atlanta, GA 30332-0280
Daytime telephone: 404/894-7243
E-mail: mynatt@cc.gatech.edu
Fax: 404/894-3146

Blair MacIntyre
College of Computing
GVU Center, Georgia Tech
Atlanta, GA 30332-0280
Daytime telephone: 404/894-5224
E-mail: blair@cc.gatech.edu
Fax: 404/894-0673

Gregory M. Corso
School of Psychology
GVU Center, Georgia Tech
Atlanta, GA 30332-0170
Daytime telephone: 404/894-6772
E-mail: gregory.corso@psych.gatech.edu
Fax: 404/894-8905



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