We are a research group at the Computer Science Department of Stony Brook University. The goal of this work is to use UI Virtualization to (a) easily extend smartphone applications to wearable devices, and (b) improve power consumption and accessibility.
To this end, we have developed systems that can generate wearable apps with limited developer effort(UIWear), design an Ultra Low Power Mode for phones by enables screenless interaction (ULPM), and enable users with visual impairments to interact with their smartphones while conserving power and improving privacy (DarkReader). See Research.
We are grateful for funding and support from Stony Brook University, and the NSF.
DarkReader: Bridging the Perception of Smartphone Power Consumption to Reality for Blind Users accepted at ASSETS 20195 December 2018
SBUWear new version of website released!13 October 2018
Jian presents ULPM at UIST 2018 in Berlin.3 August 2018
The Ultra-Low-Power Mode for Screenless Mobile Interaction (ULPM) work accepted at UIST 2018.17 October 2017
Jian presents UIWear at MobiCom 2017 at Utah.1. July 2017
UIWear: Easily Adapting User Interfaces for Wearable Devices accepted at MobiCom 2017