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Obstacles to wearable computing

Helen Oliver, Apollo-University Of Cambridge Repository, Jonathon Crowcroft, Richard Mortier
The participants each received a technology probe to wear in the wild for a year. They then updated their DFs as a way to reflect on the implications of the technology.  ...  In the year 2021, wearable technology could look beautiful and feel magical, but instead is exemplified by a plain wristband that looks suspiciously like a prison monitor.  ...  Wolters' validation and support have made all the difference in bringing this research to fruition, and the creativity of the students who contributed to the workshops speaks for itself.  ... 
doi:10.17863/cam.78712 fatcat:ckzmccr4afh4npwrwnummx6pzm

The Language of Filmic Audio Description: a Corpus-Based Analysis of Adjectives

Saveria Arma
In particular, this research works focuses on the use of the adjectival function from both a grammatical and a semantic perspective.  ...  The corpus-based analysis has been conducted on a corpus of 69 English AD film scripts by means of corpus analysis tools (AntConc and CQP in particular) and has co [...]  ...  Always from a 119 In addition, as Vermeer (1998: 52) stresses "How would one measure and compare the effect of Tchaikovsky"s 5th symphony on a Russian, a Chinese and a Scotsman, a connoisseur and a layman  ... 
doi:10.6092/unina/fedoa/8740 fatcat:5pyjj5rimvgxddqm56xj7tlpui