Printing and Fabrication

July–Sept. 2014

Pervasive Computing magazine cover

A revolution is occurring in terms of how pervasive computing hardware is designed, prototyped, and manufactured. A broad set of researchers and users now have access to a host of digital fabrication tools and techniques that empower them to create new devices and realize new concepts more quickly, cheaply, and easily. This special issue brings together four articles that describe recent research in this space of printing and fabrication for pervasive computing. Read article »

About IEEE Pervasive Computing

IEEE Pervasive Computing explores the many facets of pervasive and ubiquitous computing with research articles, case studies, product reviews, conference reports, departments covering wearable and mobile technologies, and more.

Articles from IEEE Pervasive Computing

The Power of Smartphones

The Power of Smartphones

If you are new to power monitoring in the mobile design process, either when building mobile hardware or when writing software based applications, this article will cover the basics, pointing you in the right direction to consider the test equipment you will need. Read full article »

Behavioral Imaging and Autism

Behavioral Imaging and Autism

This article discusses a research program focused on the study of dyadic social interactions between children and their caregivers and peers. Behavioral imaging — the use of computational sensing and modeling techniques to measure and analyze human behavior — could broadly affect the quality of care for individuals with a developmental or behavioral disorder. Read full article »

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