• Cooking with gas sensors Nov 7, 2015 | No Comments

    Cooking with gas sensors

    As food cooks, it releases various smells that can be used to discern its progress; however, humans cannot always discern these subtle changes. We are investigating how gas sensors can be used to not only detect these changes, but provide meaningful information to the cook. This investigation comes in three major parts. First, we must […]

  • DanceCraft Nov 7, 2015 | No Comments

    Individuals with autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders often experience sensory perception impairments, which can lead to challenges such as sensitivity to loud noises or irritation from specific textures on their skin. Atypical movement, such as rocking, can be exhibited as compensation for this sensory perception impairment. Currently, therapists use dance therapy to stimulate the various […]

  • Slow Refresh Tactile Displays Nov 7, 2015 | No Comments

    Large format refreshable tactile displays, to the extent that they exist, are traditionally far too costly for the individuals that need them most. In this project we are exploring the use of 3D printing and low cost electronics to build modular refreshable displays that communicate digital information tactilely for people with visual impairment. Establishing new […]

  • PACK Reminder App Mar 6, 2015 | No Comments

    PACK Reminder App

    A strategy reminder app for parents.

  • Food Assistance Outreach with e-Government Applications Oct 1, 2011 | No Comments

    Food Assistance Outreach with e-Government Applications

    Food assistance outreach workers assist clients in applying for governmental nutrition assistance programs utilizing both offline and online application systems. These outreach workers make e-Government applications and services accessible to their client populations, by engaging in extensive human effort on behalf of their clients by negotiating information exchanges between governmental organizations and individual clients, fostering client and government relationships, and non-directly supporting and explaining underlying governmental processes to clients.

  • Technologies for Autism: ActivityCoach Sep 29, 2012 | No Comments

    Technologies for Autism: ActivityCoach

    For many people living with ASD, remembering detailed schedules can be challenging. However, the static representations of those schedules that are normally used as supports do not represent the dynamic nature of life. A well planned day can be disrupted by a late bus or cancelled work. ActivityCoach is a mobile application that provides dynamic […]

  • Nonvisual Computer Interfaces Mar 6, 2015 | No Comments

    Exploring the reappropriation of visual computing metaphors into the physical world.

  • Managing Online Identities for the Deceased Oct 29, 2013 | No Comments

    Managing Online Identities for the Deceased

    The death of a loved one can be a challenging time for survivors who are left to manage the deceased’s affairs. In many cases, our increasing amount of online data is exacerbating this issue.¬†Our social media lives create vast quantities of personal data that remain after we die. However,¬†these data are not like other assets that we include in wills or testaments. They are connected to a large number of friends who survive us, all with diverse needs.

  • Technologies for Autism: Mobile Video Modeling Jun 8, 2012 | No Comments

    Technologies for Autism: Mobile Video Modeling

    Video modeling has been demonstrated to support individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in learning a variety of skills.This involves watching recorded videos of others (peer modeling) or oneself (self modeling) modeling positive behavior or successfully completing a task. The ubiquitous nature of mobile technologies provides an opportunity to make video modeling more connected to the activities people are trying to accomplish.

  • Zody iPad Game Jun 11, 2015 | No Comments

    Zody iPad Game

    Evaluation of the pairs of children with autism’s social relationships behaviors observed during Zody iPad game and Lego play sets.


Projects
BrainTrack
Nov 7, 2015 | No Comments
Children suffering from a mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) are currently unlikely to follow recovery protocols and little is...
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STAR students given best paper nods
Oct 2, 2016 | No Comments
We are excited to announce that Kate Ringland et. al. and Oliver Haimson et. al. have both acknowledgement on their recent publications...

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STAR students given best paper nods
Oct 2, 2016 | No Comments
We are excited to announce that Kate Ringland et. al. and Oliver Haimson et. al. have both acknowledgement on their recent publications...

Kate Ringland wins ARCS Fellow Scholar Award
Oct 2, 2016 | No Comments
STAR lab gives congratulations to Kate Ringland who was awarded and ARCS Fellow Scholar award for 2016-2018! The National ARCS...

Research makes news
Mar 22, 2016 | No Comments
Understanding Social Media Disclosures of Sexual Abuse Through the Lenses of Support Seeking and Anonymity has been receiving...


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STAR students given best paper nods
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STAR students given best paper nods
We are excited to announce that Kate Ringland et. al. and Oliver Haimson et. al. have both acknowledgement on their recent publications...
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STAR students given best paper nods
We are excited to announce that Kate Ringland et. al. and Oliver Haimson et. al. have both acknowledgement on their recent publications...
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STAR students given best paper nods
We are excited to announce that Kate Ringland et. al. and Oliver Haimson et. al. have both acknowledgement on their recent publications...
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STAR students given best paper nods
We are excited to announce that Kate Ringland et. al. and Oliver Haimson et. al. have both acknowledgement on their recent publications...
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