Jason Tester

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Aimed largely at children today, persuasion is already part of many technologies, but many more are on the way for everyone else. For better or for worse, persuasive technologies are already part of the everyday technological landscape we all live in. Since 1997, the Persuasive Technology Lab at Stanford University has tracked existing and emerging(More)
CommuterNews is a prototype of an in-car persuasive entertainment system developed by the Stanford Persuasive Technology Lab in collaboration with DaimlerChrysler. The system presents daily news stories in the form of multiple-choice questions and short relevant sound clips selected from a standard broadcast story. By asking questions about the content(More)
A few SIG participants then described examples of persuasive computing currently on the market. These technologies don't always follow the traditional form factors for computers. Two examples shown included Baby Think It Over (www.btio.com) and the Polar Heart Rate Monitor (www.polar.fi), both of which are non-traditional computing devices designed to(More)
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