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"Vironment": An Art of Wearable Social Distancing

@article{Mann2021VironmentAA,
  title={"Vironment": An Art of Wearable Social Distancing},
  author={Steve Mann and Cayden Pierce and Christopher Tong and Christina Mann},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2112.00093}
}
“Vironment” is a series of art pieces, social commentary, technology, etc., based on wearable health technologies of social-distancing, culminating in a social-distancing device that takes the familiar world of security and surveillance technologies that surround us and re-situates it on the body of the wearer (technologies that become part of us). This piece also introduces a conceptual framework for (1) the sensing of the self together with (2) sensing of others and (3) sensing of the… 

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