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, E-learning, 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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