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M. Bolas, J.A. Jones, and D.M. Krum. Control of Ambient and Stray Lighting in a Head Mounted Display. US Patent: 10,416,453. Issued: September 17, 2019.

D. Krum, J. Faenger. Context Aware Voice Communication Proxy for Vehicle Operators. Submitted: October 2008.

J. Faenger, D. Krum. Spatial Display and Selection Techniques. Submitted: December 2007.

A. Keshavarzian, D. Krum, D. Lal, B. Srinivasan. Smart Badges for Collective Workspaces. US Patent Application: 11/521,279. Submitted: September 2006.

D.M. Krum. Controlling Systems Through User Tapping. US Patent: 8,339,363. Issued: December 25, 2012.

D.M. Krum, H. Schmidt. Sensor-Initiated Exchange of Information Between Devices. Submitted: May 2005.

C. Lee, D.M. Krum, D. Ouyang.Apparatus for and Method of Checking the Validity of Directory Numbers in a Device for Interfacing Communications Equipment to a Telephone Line. US Patent: 5,917,807. Issued: June 29, 1999.


D.M. Krum, How Can VR and AR Technologies Help Us During a Pandemic?, presented at the Global VR-AR Conference 2020, Korea VR-AR Industry Association and Korean Ministry of Science and ICT, South Korea, July 20, 2020.

D.M. Krum, Reigniting Virtual Reality, presented at the Hackaday Superconference, Pasadena, California, November 5, 2016.

D.M. Krum, Reigniting Virtual Reality, presented to the cel Academy, Korea Creative Content Agency, Seoul, South Korea, August 26, 2016.

D.M. Krum, The Use of Wearable Computers as Spatial Cognition Aids, presented to the Center for Lifelong Learning and Design, University of Colorado at Boulder, May 19, 2004.

D.M. Krum, Situational Visualization and Assistive Technology, presented at the annual conferenceof the Rehabilitation Engineering & Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA), Atlanta, GA, June 20, 2003

D.M. Krum,Visualization for Wearable Computers, presented to the Visualization and Graphics Interest Group, University of Alabama in Huntsville, December 6, 2002.


Wearable Computers and Spatial Cognition

My PhD dissertation examines wearable computers as an aid for spatial cognition, helping people more quickly learn the structure of the environment around them. I also present a "relationship mediation model" for classifying and designing wearable computer applications.