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Industrial Design Students to Share International Experience


Tuesday's presentation by Bamonte (left) and Meredick ...
Tuesday’s presentation by Bamonte (left) and Meredick …
... will touch upon the wearable technology they explored in Finland, such as this temperature-reading bracelet.
… will touch upon the wearable technology they explored in Finland, such as this temperature-reading bracelet.

Industrial design majors Nicole Bamonte and Abigail M. Meredick will discuss their June travels to Finland during a presentation at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25, in Room 129 of College Avenue Labs. Bamonte, of Williamsport, and Meredick, of Danville, learned about and prototyped wearable technology among 80 students from 15 countries who attended the ninth annual International Summer School hosted by The Center for Ubiquitous Computing at the University of Oulu.

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