Videos

Demonstrations of edge-related projects in action

15-821 Fall 2018

6 course projects (many based on cloudlets and Gabriel)The Fall 2018 offering of 15-821/18-843 "Mobile and Pervasive Computing" course included several 2- and 3-person student projects based on cloudlets and wearable cognitive assistance. Examples include efficient searching of data stored on cloudlets, leveraging cloudlets for DNN gesture or

Disk Tray Assembly

Disk Tray AssemblyIn collaboration with the company inwinSTACK, we created a Gabriel application for training a new worker in disk tray assembly for a desktop.   This demo was shown live at the Computex 2018 show in Taiwan in June 2018.   The application was created by Junjue Wang of CMU, and

15-821 Fall 2017

6 course projectsThe Fall 2017 offering of 15-821/18-843 "Mobile and Pervasive Computing" course included several student projects based on cloudlets and wearable cognitive assistance. This is a YouTube playlist with videos of the student projects captured on the final day of class.

IKEA Stool Assembly: Wearable Cognitive Assistant

IKEA Stool Assembly: Wearable Cognitive AssistantThis Gabriel application was created by Mihir Bala, a talented freshman CS student from the University of Michigan, as an NSF Research Experience for Undergradautes project under the mentorship of Zhuo Chen.   In addition to being another example of a Gabriel application, it offers the

Gabriel on CBS 60 Minutes

Wearable Cognitive Assistance can be viewed as  "Augmented Reality Meets Artificial Intelligence".   This 90-second excerpt from the October 9, 2016 CBS 60 Minutes special edition on Artificial Intelligence highlights the table-tennis wearable cognitive assistant on Google Glass.

IKEA Table Lamp Kit: Wearable Cognitive Assistant

In our talks on Gabriel, we have often mentioned assembly of IKEA kits as an example of how step by step guidance and prompt detection of errors could be valuable.   This video shows a Gabriel application to assemble a genuine IKEA kit (a table lamp) purchased off the shelf at

RibLoc System for Surgical Repair of Ribs: Wearable Cognitive Assistant

Unsolicited by us, this video was made by a startup company VIZR Tech to illustrate the potential of wearable cognitive assistance in medical training.The video provides background to explain relevant concepts to the company's target audience.  The company already uses Google Glass (with the camera blocked) in medical training,

15-821 Fall 2016

7 course projects (many based on cloudlets and Gabriel)The Fall 2016 offering of 15-821/18-843 "Mobile and Pervasive Computing" course included many 3-person student projects based on cloudlets and wearable cognitive assistance. Examples include wearable cognitive assistance for use of an AED device,  cloudlet-based privacy mediator for audio data,