Wearable computer, handheld keyboard

Wearable computer, handheld keyboard

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Caption: Wearable computer. Researcher testing a handheld keyboard for a wearable computer. The keys are designed to be part of a glove, worn on the hand and operated with the fingers. Wires connect the keyboard to the rest of the system. Wearable computers are designed to integrate computer functions more fully into everyday life. This system is being developed at the University of Toronto, Canada, in the laboratory of Steve Mann, one of the pioneers of wearable computers. Photographed in 2002.

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