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Steve Mann, inventor of the wearable computer and personal imaging system
(pictured wearing a prototype of his eyeglass-based device),
is currently a faculty member at the University of Toronto, Department
of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Steve has been experimenting with wearable computing and
personal imaging as a hobby, since his high school days
in the 1970s and early 1980s.
In 1991 he introduced his vision to
the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and established a
new direction of research there.
He received his PhD degree from MIT in 1997.
His previous degree is Master of Electrical Engineering (MEng)
from McMaster University.
Steve also holds undergraduate degrees in physics (BSc) and electrical
He was also guest-editor of a special issue on
wearable computing and
personal imaging in Personal Technologies journal,
one of four organizers of the ACM's first international workshop on
wearable computing, and publications chair for the IEEE international
symposium on wearable computing (ISWC-97).
His present research interests include photometric
image-based modeling, pencigraphic imaging, formulation of the response of
objects and scenes to arbitrary lighting, creating a self-linearizing camera
calibration procedure, and wearable, tetherless computer-mediated reality
-- inventing the camera of the future.
Steve is also interested in the visual arts and has exhibited his
homometric image composites and lightspace renderings
in numerous art galleries from 1985 to present.
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