Report on CSUN AT Conference

On March 11-15, 2019 Harpo participated in the 34th CSUN Assistive Technology Conference in Anaheim, USA. We presented SUITCEYES on the project stand during the whole event and presented the paper Sensor technology, gamification, haptic interfaces in an assistive wearable submitted to the Journal on Technology & Persons with Disabilities on March 14 (Session information).

Entrance to the area of CSUN AT Conference

The Conference draws more than 4,500 persons annually who attend sessions, visit the exhibit halls, and participate in affiliate meetings and informal gatherings. Tens of visitors were present on the SUITCEYES presentation. It was great opportunity to share our last results from user studies, and capturing, translating and semantically representing environmental cues, further plans and of course to present our consortium, the idea behind the project, our approach and first conception of the red dress prototype

Employee of Harpo explaining SUITCEYES to a vistor of CSUN AT Conference

We met with a warm reception of listeners during the presentation and visitors on our stand. We also distributed the materials promoting our project. In addition to Harpo, the exhibition was attended by over 120 exhibitors from around the world. Our stand was very popular among visitors. Thanks to the event, we are richer with more contacts and experiences.

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