Associate Professor Tony Herrington (Education), Dr M.G. Michael (Informatics) and Dr Katina Michael (Informatics) recently presented at the inaugural AUPOV09 national conference with its focus on wearable computing or mobile e-learning technologies.
Presenters at the conference, held at the Wollongong City Beach Function Centre, discussed a range of topics which included glasses that can record a person’s POV (Point-of-View) of the world and the wearing of helmet cameras.
The event brought together delegates representative of private enterprise, community and government registered training organisations including the Australian Navy, Australian Armed Forces, UOW, UNSW, commercial publishers, educational consultants, and POV manufacturing and retail distribution.
Alexander Hayes in Bernie Goldie, K. Michael, and M.G. Michael. "Conference examines wearable computing technologies in education" UOW News and Media: Latest News Jun. 2009.
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