IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society

hydraulophone installation at Ontario Science Centre


Christina with Steve Mann and his WearComp7 invention

Prof. Steve Mann

(pictured here with EyeTap wearable computer)

Director, EyeTap Personal Imaging (ePi) Lab

Director, FL_UI_D Laboratory


ECE1766 (Personal Imaging) course announcement


List of Steve's recent research papers


Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Computer Engineering Research Group
University of Toronto
10 Kings College Road; office = Room 2001; Mailstop S.F. B540
if mailing, use the mailroom (S.F. B540) in the mailing address.
Toronto, CANADA - M5S 3G4

email to username "mann", at the domain of "eecg.toronto.edu"
harmonic telegraph, telephone, phone, or whatever you like to call it:
(416) 946-3387,
fax: (416) 971-2326




Some of Steve Mann's recent publications that are available on the WWW:

Comparametric Equations (the mathematical theory of computer mediated reality)

Wearable Intelligent Signal Processing: Lead article from Proceedings of the IEEE, Nov. 1998, Vol. 86, No. 11, cover+p2123-2151

http://computer.org/computer/backissu.htm (scroll down to the feature article of Feb.'97)
The complete article is also available from: http://n1nlf-1.eecg.toronto.edu/ieeecomputer

See also: http://www.wearcam.org/chi97 and http://www.wearcam.org/personaltechnologies and http://www.wearcam.org/historical/

For a light overview of the invention, see: http://www.wearcam.org/judith_gaines_und.gif or if you want more resolution: http://www.wearcam.org/judith_gaines.jpg

Mathematical theory (video orbits) behind his "image compositing" work, see Sep.'97 issue of IEEE Transactions on Image Processing http://n1nlf-1.eecg.toronto.edu/tip.ps.gz

A small gallery of images is located at http://n1nlf-1.eecg.toronto.edu/orbits/gallery.html and a brief description at http://n1nlf-1.eecg.toronto.edu/orbits/

The chirplet transform

Take a look at some other embodiments of his "WearComp" (wearable computer) invention (e.g. WearComp1, WearComp3, etc.): http://www.wearcam.org/steve5.jpg

Other pictures of Mann's "WearComp" invention as it has evolved over more than 20 years.

OTHER LINKS:

University of Toronto has one of the most active FPGA research groups anywhere: http://www.eecg.toronto.edu/EECG/RESEARCH/FPGA.html

http://www.eecg.toronto.edu/~jayar/ (Jonathan Rose, one of the principal founders of the "transmogrifier" project,... an FPGA-based computational system)


Prof. Steve Mann
University of Toronto
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, mailstop S.F. B540,
10 King's College Road; Toronto, Ontario, Canada; M5S 3G4
Tel. 416.946-3387
Fax. 416.971-2326