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Big Idea Festival for Automotive Interfaces 2013.

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1 360 Navigation. 2013 Corral, Alfredo
2 360-Degree Vision: Driving toward a safer future. 2013 Hansley, Megan
3 3POV: Third Person Driving Made Possible. 2013 Brady, Phil
4 A New Driving SENSE-ation. 2013 Holmes, Cyerra
5 Alix: Personal Assistant and Lifeguard. 2013 Wilder, Lindsey
6 ARviz “Our Vis” (Augmented Reality Vizualization) 2013 Bostick, Joshua
7 AutoGrade: A Smart System for Safety and Savings. 2013 Gupta , Govil
8 AutoMobile: Mobile Communication with Cars. 2013 Kizilcec, Rene
9 BrainTrip: Back seat windows become interactive learning space for children. 2013 Calles, Justin
10 Car-Dapt: Revolutionizing car-to-user adaptation with the touch of a finger. 2013 Bram, Ruth
11 Cari: Road Information System. 2013 Wadud, Asiya
12 Communicar Systems: Improve the driving experience by increasing driver safety and convenience. 2013 Hsieh, Jonathan
13 Communicating With Your Car: A simpler, more calming, and engaging interface. 2013 Campbell, Ian
14 cPay: A Complete Car System That Cuts Out the Middleman, Personalizes the Experience, and Streamlines the Process. 2013 Clark, Meera
15 DIVE: Driving in Virtual Environments. 2013 Groce, Frederik
16 Drive E-Z: Parking Efficiency and Safety Monitoring. 2013 Bradley, Carolyn
17 ELLY. 2013 Shittu, Aziz
18 Environmentally Enhanced Display. 2013 Atchoo, Michael
19 FollowMe: Voice Activated Cellular-based Automotive Interface. 2013 Saeta, Andrew
20 Fuse. 2013 Bettonville, Matt
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Presentations authored by students in the course, "Computers and Interfaces: Psychological and Societal Perspectives" taught by Cliff Nass in Winter 2013 and presented at the Big Idea Festival on March 11, 2013 at Stanford University. The course explores user responses to interfaces and design implications of those responses and theories from different disciplines illustrate responses to textual, voice-based, pictorial, metaphoric, conversational, adaptive, agent-based, intelligent, and anthropomorphic interfaces. The students engaged in group design projects applying theory to the design of products or services for developing countries.
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Course description on the Revs Program at Stanford website
Big Idea Festival event information
Wired Article: We Need a Chrome OS for Cars
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