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This project concerns the analysis and design of a wearable technology garment intended to aid with the instruction of ballet technique to adult beginners. A phenomenological framework is developed and used to assess physiological training tools. Following this, a garment is developed that incorporates visual feedback inspired by animation techniques that more directly convey the essential movements of ballet.
This project will bring together the static (e.g., sidewalk condition, street networks, characteristics of land use) and dynamic (e.g., traffic volumes, weather, and light quality) characteristics of the environment that are monitored close to real time into one decision support system for route planning.
Many women played important roles in the Civil Rights Movement. Their efforts to lead the movement were often overshadowed by men, who still get more attention and credit for its successes in historical narratives. The motivation of the project is to design an engaging way that draws people's attention to women's achievements and helps people feel closer to the events and women that made history during the Civil Rights Movement.

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