Bristol Wearable Computing

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cyber.jpg (108389 bytes)The Bristol Wearable Computing Initiative is concerned with exploring the potential of computer devices that are as unconsciously portable and as personal as clothes or jewelry. The initiative was set up in Bristol, England at the start of 1997 as a collaboration between Bristol University and the Hewlett-Packard Research Laboratories.


As part of this initiative we have built a CyberJacket - for heavy duty outdoor use; Blazerjet - a sports blazer for our shopping application; and a CyberBag which enables us to experiment with different combinations of equipment.

Applications we have developed include:-



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