The Initial CFP for ISWC 2006 is now available
are available from the tutorial "Computer
Vision for Wearable Visual Interface" here
Slides from Akira Matsunaga's talk are
Here are some pictures from ISWC 2005:
in Japanese about ISWC 2005.
ISWC 2006 will be held in Montreux, Switzerland
from October 11-14. ISWC 2006 will be co-located with UIST, which
runs from October 15-18.
Best Paper information
The ISWC 2005 Best Paper Award winner was
Activity Recognition by Aggregating Abstract Object Usage
Donald Patterson, Dieter Fox, Henry Kautz and Matthai Philipose (U.
Washington and Intel Research, Seattle). Other nominees, rated
highest by reviewers among all long papers submitted, were:
ReachMedia: On-the-move interaction with everyday
objects, by Assaf Feldman, Emmanuel Munguia Tapia, Sajid
Sadi, Pattie Maes and Chris Schmandt (MIT Media Lab)
Process for the Development of Innovative Smart Clothing that
Addresses End-User Needs from Technical, Functional, Aesthetic and
Cultural View Points by Jane McCann, Richard Hurford and Adam
Martin (University of Wales)
Depth Cues for Outdoor Augmented Reality by Jason Wither and
Tobias Höllerer (University of California, Santa Barbara)
Camera System for Capturing User-view Images without Head-
mounted Camera by Hirotake Yamazoe, Akira Utsumi and Kenichi
The Impacts of Limited Visual Feedback on Mobile Text Entry for the Twiddler and
Mini-QWERTY Keyboard by James Clawson, Kent Lyons, Thad
Starner and Edward Clarkson (Georgia Tech)
A message from the general co-chairs has been
posted on the About ISWC
ISWC2005, the ninth annual IEEE International Symposium on
Wearable Computers, will bring together researchers, product
vendors, fashion designers, textile manufacturers, users, and all
other interested parties to share information and advances in
wearable computing. We invite you to attend ISWC 2005 and submit
to one or more of the following categories: papers, posters,
demonstrations, tutorials, and exhibits.
Download a flyer and pass it out to help promote ISWC05!