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The Future of Human-Computer Interaction: Electromyography Wrist Interfaces for Augmented Reality Applications

Author: Jennifer B. Maisel Published: March 22, 2021 As part of its three-part series on the future of human-computer interaction (HCI), Facebook Reality Labs recently published a blog post describing a wrist-based wearable device that uses electromyography (EMG) to translate electrical motor nerve signals that travel through the wrist to the hand into digital commands

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privacy law, Rothwell Fig, artificial intelligence
Artists Use Their Media to Voice Concerns About Privacy Intrusions Lutzker, Susan J.

Author: Susan J. Lutzker Published: August 3rd, 2021 Sam Durant’s drone sculpture above New York’s High Line and the stunning photographs of Trevor Paglen are stark representations of the pervasive presence of government surveillance in our lives. While courts are grappling with the legal boundaries of such surveillance, artists are joining the debate. Click

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Lutzker & Lutzker LLP, privacy law, drones
Virtual Try-On Features: Augmented Reality Technologies Highlight Evolving Compliance Hurdles Under U.S. Privacy Laws Martin, Carolyn Wimbly

Author: Carolyn Wimbly Martin Published: June 21st, 2021 Augmented reality virtual try-on features have been available publicly for years, but the COVID-19 pandemic has caused this technology to surge in popularity. More brands are using virtual try-on experiences to encourage customers to shop from home and increase conversion and sales rates, but

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Lutzker & Lutzker LLP, Biometric data, artificial intelligence
Cybersecurity: New Executive Order Promises to Overhaul the Entire Industry Martin, Carolyn Wimbly

Author: Carolyn Wimbly Martin Published: June 2nd, 2021 From the SolarWinds debacle to the Colonial Pipeline hack, cybersecurity has been making news headlines. Now, nearly ten years after then-Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta predicted the U.S. would face a “cyber-Pearl Harbor,” the Federal Government has finally acted. The new Executive Order has

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Lutzker & Lutzker LLP, cybersecurity, intellectual property law