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Computational clock drawing analysis for cognitive impairment screening

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Hyungsin Kim, Young Suk Cho, Ellen Yi-Luen Do: Computational clock drawing analysis for cognitive impairment screening. Tangible and Embedded Interaction 2011: 297-300


Grocery hunter: a fun mobile game for children to combat obesity

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Hyungsin Kim, Anya Kogan, Chandan Dasgupta, Michael Misha Novitzky, Ellen Yi-Luen Do: Grocery hunter: a fun mobile game for children to combat obesity. Tangible and Embedded Interaction 2011: 317-320


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Super Hero Design Competition: Hawl’s Power

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TEI2011 Superhero Fashion Show from TEI2011 on Vimeo. Story Description: Hawl is a successful conductor working with his orchestra. Music is Hawl’s love of life during the day. At the same time, he lives a secret life. He has a mysterious power of controlling music to spread joy and to defeat devils around him. As [...]


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Six Papers from Georgia Tech at TEI 11

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The 2011 Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction (TEI), for which Ellen Yi-Luen Do is Program Co-Chair and Ali Mazalek is GSC Co-Chair, received 203 submissions (the highest number of submissions in TEI history) and accepted a total of 65 papers, an acceptance rate of 32%. GVU research projects have had the following six [...]


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Szu-Chia Lu and Hyungsin Kim Awarded ACM-W Scholarship

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Szu-Chia Lu and Hyungsin Kim, have each been awarded an ACM-W scholarship for attendance at the Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction (TEI). The scholarship helps cover expenses for their intercontinental attendance. The ACM-W’s mission is to celebrate, inform and support women in computing, and work with the ACM-W community of computer scientists, educators, [...]