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 +====== Wear Hacks and Projects pages ======
  
 +It became clear during the wiki transition that I had a number of "get 'em on the field" hacks in a variety of formats and locations as well as other wearable related pages and I needed to gather them up.
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 +As I clean up my site, this is where they will all be listed.  For now it is a growing list of links to where they currently reside.
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 +===== 1997 =====
 +  ? [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​wire-keygrip-1997/​|{{people:​priestdo:​wearables:​wirereal97.jpg?​125|}}]]
 +  ::​[[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​wire-keygrip-1997/​|wire chorder]]
 +  .. Protoype keygrip that then became a working chorder. ​ Photos show concept model and what it actually became as well as the version of Herbert it was used with.
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 +===== 1998 =====
 +  ? [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​keygrip-template-small/​|{{people:​priestdo:​wearables:​jpl.jpg?​80|}}]]
 +  ::​[[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​keygrip-template-small/​|Small Leather Chorder Pattern]]
 +  .. Scans of the parts for a leather chorder that was sold to an engineer at JPL in 1998.
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 +===== 2000 =====
 +  ? [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​chordhack/​|{{people:​priestdo:​wearables:​chordhack.jpg?​125|}}]]
 +  :: [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​chordhack/​|Linux kernel chording keyboard modification]]
 +  .. A project initialy coded by Jinnah Hosein which I then modified for later kernels. It has been superseeded by the [[chorder>​spiffchorder:​forside|Spiffchorder]].  ​
 +  ? [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​charmit/​|{{people:​priestdo:​wearables:​charmit.jpg?​125}}]]
 +  :: [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​charmit/​|Charmit Wearable Kit]]
 +  .. A local copy of the Charmed Technology site which sold the Charmit kit. This was a commercial open source wearable that Charmed sold from 2000 - 2004.  I was hired by Charmed in 1999 to design and build a wearable that could be built and used by hobbyists and those looking to explore the field. ​ This is the product that came out of that endeavor. ​    
 +  ? [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​TextConfig.M1|TextConfig file for the M1]]
 +  :: For using the QVGA M1 display in text modes I generated these TextConfig lines. ​
 +  ? [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​battery.clips/​|{{people:​priestdo:​wearables:​battclip.jpg?​125|}}]]
 +  ::​[[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​battery.clips/​|Battery Clips for mini-banana type batteries]]
 +  .. Quick clips for sony type camcorder batteries.
 +  ​
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 +===== 2001 =====
 +  ?  [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​chordhack/​phonerest/​|{{people:​priestdo:​wearables:​phonerest-thumb.jpg?​125|}}]]
 +  :: [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​chordhack/​phonerest/​|Phonerest keyboard]]
 +  .. A handheld chorder built on a plastic phonerest (the kind of thing you stick on the back of a handset to let you hold the phone against your ear with your sholder).
 +  ?  [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​chord/​|{{people:​priestdo:​wearables:​mz104.jpg?​125|}}]]
 +  :: [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​chord/​|The CHORD project]]
 +  .. The CHORD project was a design I submitted to [[http://​embedded.linuxjournal.com/​|Embedded Linux Journel'​s]] MZ104 "Hack Embedded Linux for Fun and Prizes"​ contest. ​ It was a finalist and I won an MZ104 board and developers kit.  This is my (minimal) documentation of that project.
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 +===== 2001 =====
 +  ?  [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​charmerino/​|{{people:​priestdo:​wearables:​charmerino.jpg?​125|}}]]
 +  :: [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​charmerino/​|charmerino]]
 +  .. A few pictures compairing the charmit and the smaller charmerino case. I wore the charmerino for 5 years.
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 +===== 2004 =====
 +  ? [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​hitachi-drive/​|{{people:​priestdo:​wearables:​onepoineight.jpg?​125|}}]]
 +  :: [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​hitachi-drive/​|1.8 inch Harddrive ]]
 +  .. 3 pictures of the 1.8 inch 9.5mm high 20gig Hitachi HTC424020 drive.
 +Each picture also has a 2.5 inch 4 gig toshiba laptop drive and a 320
 +meg IBM microdrive for comparison.
 +  ? [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​conversay/​|{{people:​priestdo:​wearables:​va.jpg?​125|}}]]
 +  :: [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​conversay/​|Speech input / Speech output Charmit]]
 +  .. A few pictures of the Charmit and battery sleds put together for a V.A. project providing audio navigation. The rig was sent off to Conversay so they could install their speech input engine. ​ These shots were for them.
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 +===== 2005 =====
 +  ? [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​dustpuppypumpkin/​|{{people:​priestdo:​wearables:​dustpuppy.jpg?​125|}}]]
 +  :: [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​dustpuppypumpkin/​|Pumpkin Hack]] Well, hacking up a pumpkin.
 +  .. A Halloween pumpkin that wanted to be dustpuppy.
 +  ? [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​twiddler_mods/​|{{people:​priestdo:​wearables:​twid-2005.jpg|}}]]
 +  :: [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​twiddler_mods/​|Twiddler Mods from 2005]]
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 +===== 2007 =====
 +  ? [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​Twiddler_Mods/​|{{people:​priestdo:​wearables:​twid-2007.jpg|}}]]
 +  :: [[http://​www.cs.vassar.edu/​~priestdo/​Twiddler_Mods/​|Twiddler Mods from 2007]]
 +  .. Twiddler Mods with instructions.