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The Accessible Bluetooth Cane project allows visually impaired users to control their iPhone while using the white cane, without having to stop and take out the phone. This is achieved by embedding Bluetooth remote controls with tactile buttons inside the cane handle.
Visual analytics (VA) systems with semantic interaction help users craft machine learning (ML) based solutions in various domains such as bio-informatics, finance, sports, etc. However current semantic interaction based approaches are data and task-specific which might not generalize across different problem scenarios. In this project, we describe a novel technique of abstracting user intents and goals in the form of an interactive objective function which can guide any auto-ML based model optimizer (such as Hyperopt, Sigopt, etc.) to construct classification models catering to the expectation
Invisible Cities is a mobile dashboard for collaboratively developing AR monuments and expansive artworks in public squares. Users are able to create, share, and maintain public AR works that can be shared with a small community or the entire city. To get started, users need only download the Georgia Tech's Argon AR browser and be in a public space with AR content. From there, they can engage in creating a socially engaged AR with their fellow citizens. In an age of post-truth and fake news, AR public monuments serve as a touchstone for cultural heritage and expression.

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