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“Better typing while walking, and other cool stuff from UW”

Gabe Cohn

GeekWire reports on the UW CSE Affiliates meeting:

“Maybe this is a commentary on my own bad habits, but WalkType was one my personal favorites among some 70 projects on display last night during an open house and poster session at the department’s annual Industrial Affiliates meeting.  The annual Madrona Prize, handed out by Madrona Venture Group, went to UW student Gabe Cohn and the “Humantenna” project, which uses a receiver on the human body to determine a person’s position in relation to electrical noise emanating from a home’s wiring system.”

Read the full post here.

October 20, 2011