Bradley J. Rhodes

Author: Bradley J. Rhodes


Bradley J. Rhodes is researcher, designer and inventor with a proven track record for taking a project from conception to prototype to product. Extensive experience in mobile, ubiquitous and wearable computing, intelligent user interfaces, and user experience design. Bradley works for Google inc. as UX Researcher on Special Project. He was working for Ricoh EWS, developing numerous projects like Odessa or Makyoh. On Odessa project he was lead architect, developing system for automatic discovery and execution of third party widgets on printers, scanners and other shared IO devices. This became the reference architecture for App2Me, which is now deployed on all mid-to-high end Ricoh Multifunction Printers and is a key component of Ricoh's cloud-computing strategy. He has Ph.D in MIT, his thesis "Just-In-Time Information Retrieval." Investigated the design of JITIR agents: software that suggests useful information based on a person's local context.


Publication period start: 1997
Number of co-authors: 8


Number of publications with favourite co-authors
Rosalind W. Picard
Alex Pentland
Isac B. Crabtree

Productive Colleagues

Most productive colleagues in number of publications
Rosalind W. Picard
Thad Starner
Steve Mann


Rhodes, Bradley J. (2000): Margin Notes: Building a Contextually Aware Associative Memory. In: Lieberman, Henry (eds.) International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces 2000 January 9-12, 2000, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. pp. 219-224.

Crabtree, Isac B., Rhodes, Bradley J. (1998): Wearable Computing and the Remembrance Agent. In BT Technology Journal, 16 (3) pp. 118-124.

Rhodes, Bradley J. (1997): The Wearable Remembrance Agent: A System for Augmented Memory. In Personal and Ubiquitous Computing, 1 (3) pp. . https://

Starner, Thad, Mann, Steve, Rhodes, Bradley J., Levine, Jeffrey, Healey, Jennifer, Kirsch, Dana, Picard, Rosalind W., Pentland, Alex (1997): Augmented Reality Through Wearable Computing. In Presence: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments, 6 (4) pp. 386-398.