Jester is a wearable that allows the wearer to communicate to other wearers through gestures like crossing arms and arms behind head. Jesters are equipped with IMU sensors that output orientation data and gravitational vectors. Users can define mappings between gestures and meanings by repeatedly performing the gesture, which allows the Jester to train using machine learning. Our vision for this product includes a feature that allows users to track the frequency of habitual movements like shaking legs and get immediate reminders to stop them.
BA Interdisciplinary Field Studies, 2019
MUD, Urban Design, 2019
B.A. Computer Science, 2020
Ph.D., Architecture, 2022
B.A. Computer Science, 2019