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Part of a research thrust of the National Science Foundation-sponsored Quality of Life Technology Center, the researchers were particularly interested in learning whether multi-modal feedback would improve the driving performance of elderly drivers.
Jones Center for Entrepreneurship; Project Olympus; Quality of Life Technology Foundry; and the Open Field Entrepreneurs Fund (OFEF).
Quality of Life Technology Center research ready to be turned into consumer products includes "NavPrescience" that enables cars to "learn how you drive" and plot routes accordingly, said director Curt Stone.
He spent 10 years as director of Carnegie Mellon's world-renowned Robotics Institute, and is currently director of the National Science Foundation Quality of Life Technology Engineering Research Center, which was established in 2006.
Takeo Kanade, Professor of Computer Science and Robotics, and the Director of Quality of Life Technology Engineering Research Center at Carnegie Mellon University, as the third and final featured speaker for SIGGRAPH 2008 to be held in Los Angeles this August.
In 2006, Carnegie Mellon and the University of Pittsburgh received a five-year, $15 million grant from the National Science Foundation to establish the Quality of Life Technology Engineering Research Center for research in this field.
This initiative dovetails with the Pittsburgh region's interest in improving healthcare and its strong support for other projects such as the recently announced University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University Quality of Life Technology Engineering Research Center (QoLT ERC) which has been established to develop technologies that will help the elderly and disabled live independently," said Doros Platika.