The current focuses of the Pebbles project include the use of handhelds
for people with disabilities, including the new EdgeWrite
input technique, and the use of handhelds as "personal
universal controllers" for appliances.
We developed a number of handheld applications
that are mostly available for download. We aren't developing these much anymore,
but occasionally we update them for new versions of of the operating systems.
If you want new features for this software, consider giving us a grant to support
The Command Post of the Future (CPoF) project
has also ended. We have not worked on using handhelds
in the classroom for awhile either.
We plan to continue to work on Pebbles project. Let us know what would be useful.
If you have ideas or requests, please email them to us at bam at cs.cmu.edu.
Please also consider supporting the Pebbles project by providing a research
grant. This will help us continue this research.
The companies that are "affiliates" of the Pebbles projects will
be given advance notice of future directions, and will be asked for advice on
future directions. They will also have access to source code. We would also
be interested in gifts of equipment.
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