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People with Hearing Loss Needed for Google Glass Study

Where: Hornbake : Human Computer Interaction Lab (HCIL)
Event Type(s): Other,Special Event

Are you deaf or hard-of-hearing? Do you lip read? We need your help designing the next generation of accessible heads-up display technology like Google Glass!

Our research team is studying how to make the next generation of mobile computing technology more accessible. Specifically, we are exploring the use of Google Glass to provide visual information about sound, such as where sound is coming from, who is speaking in a group conversation, and so on.

Study sessions will be conducted at our lab on the University of Maryland, College Park. The study will take up to 75 minutes and you will be receive $20 for your time.

If you are interested in participating, please email Dhruv Jain ( with the following information:
1. Degree of hearing loss.
2. Two or three possible days/times to meet between now and August 8. We are available any day of the week including Saturday and Sunday.

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For more information, contact:
Dhruv Jain

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