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Santa Clara : Santa Clara University
Individuals currently face difficulty allocating time to achieve an ideal level of productivity. It is often demanding to manage tasks and responsibilities along with their specific priority level and deadlines. Likewise, managing health and wellness priorities while under the stress of a busy schedule can be just as challenging. The productivity tools of today offer a fragmented mobile experience that relies on a multitude of applications to achieve simple goals. A viable solution is a life-management system for Google Glass that integrates a user's schedule in order to aid productivity and time management. This system manages a series of everyday tasks and calendar events, while as the same time promoting a healthy lifestyle by offering suggestions based on availability and user-defined priorities. The system allows notifications to be displayed conveniently within a user's field of view, ultimately leading to more productive and healthy individuals.
Aguilar, Arturo; Luva, Ruben; Mora-Barajas, David; Patel, Sunny; and Rodriguez, Alejandro, "Dynamic life management assistant (DyLMA)" (2015). Computer Engineering Senior Theses. 50.