“Configurable and ad hoc display for clothes”

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    Configurable and ad hoc display for clothes

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    We present a configurable and ad hoc display for clothes. It allows users to build wearable displays on their favorite clothes and modify them. The examined applications of this display add information visually over a person like an emoticon, which gives users intuitive expressions of themselves.

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    2. Sato, M. 2008. Particle display system: a real world display with physically distributable pixels. In CHI ’08: CHI ’08 extended abstracts on Human factors in computing systems, ACM, New York, NY, USA, 3771–3776.


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