Hands-free technology: Exploring the possibilities of ‘smart’ glasses / MU News Release

10/20/2020 11:51

Our study is out! Already published in 2019 - however, now the University of Missouri-Columbia picked it up. In our chapter with Eva Marell-Olsson & myself, we explored the possibilities of hands-free technology of smart’ glasses and have studied the benefits of wearable technology (e.g., Google Glass) in the workplace in the context of Umeå University's dentistry study program.

The MU News Release is online available at https://showme.missouri.edu/2020/hands-free-technology-exploring-the-possibilities-of-smart-glasses/

 

Reference

Eva Mårell-Olsson & Isa Jahnke (2019). Wearable Technology in a Dentistry Study Program: Potential and Challenges of Smart Glasses for Learning at the Workplace. In: I. Buchem et al. (Eds). Perspectives on Wearable Enhanced Learning (WELL). New York: Springer.

Read more: https://www.isa-jahnke.com/publications/

Eva Mårell-Olsson & Isa Jahnke (2019). Wearable Technology in a Dentistry Study Program: Potential and Challenges of Smart Glasses for Learning at the Workplace. In: I. Buchem, R. Klamma, & F. Wild (Eds), Perspectives on Wearable Enhanced Learning (WELL), (pp. 433-451). New York: Springer. Availalbe at https://www.springer.com/gb/book/9783319643007