Applying a Wearable Voice-Activated Computer to Instructional Applications in Clean Room Environments

C.A. Graves and M.L. Lupisella (USA)


Wearable Computing, Pervasive Computing, Remote Learning, Elearning, Speech Recognition, Education Enhancement


The use of wearable computing technology in restrictive environments related to space applications offers promise in a number of domains. The clean room environment is one such domain in which hands-free, heads-up, wearable computing is particularly attractive for education and training because of the nature of clean room work. We have developed and tested a Wearable Voice-Activated Computing (WEVAC) system based on clean room applications. Results of this initial proof-of-concept work indicate that there is a strong potential for WEVAC to enhance clean room activities.

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