Here's a look around the fantastic combined poster session of final projects from students in Ubiquitous Computing (INFO 4120/6120) and Human Robot Interaction (INFO 4410/CS 4754) held on Thursday, May 5, in Gates Hall. 

Among some of the awesome final projects: a sensored mattress to help prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (developed by Ryan Dong); a more candid, sensation-based approach to selfies (developed by Roshini Thiagarajan and Zheng Yao); the "WristWatch" to help improve a user's wrist posture while typing (developed by Michelle Ji and Jocelyn Lee), and several prototypes to make for better, more efficient teams. 

Congrats to all participating students who made such fascinating work.