Funding for the Pebbles Research Project in
funded by a grant from DARPA.
This research was performed in part in connection with Contract
number DAAD17-99-C-0061 with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory. This
supported research on the use of handhelds in the Command Post of the
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authors and should not be interpreted as presenting the official
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Research Laboratory or the U.S. Government unless so designated by
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funded by a grant from NSF.
This research is funded in part by the National Science Foundation under Grant No.
IIS-0117658. This is supporting research on the use of handhelds
as Personal Universal Controllers. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this
material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the
National Science Foundation.
funded by grants from MICROSOFT.
This research is also partially funded by four generous grants from
Microsoft (in 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2001), sponsored by Microsoft
Research, and by the Windows
CE development group. This supported research on the use of
PocketPC and WindowsCE handhelds in education and in the
- Partially funded by a grant from the Pittsburgh
This grant, in collaboration with Maya Design
focuses on the "Personal Universal Controller".
- Partially funded by a grant from General Motors,
for Summer, 2002. This is supporting research on the use of handhelds
as Personal Universal Controllers for automobiles.
- Thanks for
a generous equipment grant from Symbol
Technologies of one PPT
2700 (ruggedized Palm-size PC running Windows CE with a laser
scanner and radio), two SPT
1750s (ruggedized Palm with laser scanner and radio), a Spectrum24
Wireless LAN AP 4111 Access Point, and a LA
3020 Wireless LAN PC Card.
- Thanks for a generous equipment grant from Hewlett Packard, under the
of 10 Jornada
430se, 120 Jornada
680 and about 100 Jornada 720 for studying handhelds for
- Thanks for a generous equipment grant from Lucent Technologies
of about 300 Wavelan wireless network PCMCIA cards for the HP Jornadas
for studying handhelds for education.
Thanks for a generous equipment grant from Palm
Computing, Inc. of 10
Palm IIIx Connected Organizers and 12
Palm Vx Handhelds and 4 m100
- Thanks for
a generous equipment grant from IBM of ten IBM
- Thanks to
SMART Technologies, Inc. for the donation of a
SMART Board 580 and stand.
- Thanks to TDK Systems
Europe, LTD for six BlueTooth modules for Palms and PCs: 4 Blue5
sleds for Palms, and 2 USB
- Thanks to Mitsubishi
Electric Research Laboratory for donating a Mitsubishi WS-65909
65" Integrated HDTV Diamond Series television and Mitsubishi HS-HD2000U
High Definition Digital VCR that support the HAVi protocol. Also for
funding our purchase of the VividLogic HAVi SDK.
- Thanks to Vivid
Logic for a discount price on their HAVi
Donations for Study of Hand-Helds as Assistive Technologies for
People with Disabilities: