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A Case Study on Information Presentation to Increase Awareness of Walking Exercise in Everyday Life

@inproceedings{Fujinami2011ACS,
  title={A Case Study on Information Presentation to Increase Awareness of Walking Exercise in Everyday Life},
  author={Kaori Fujinami},
  year={2011}
}
The advancement of technologies has led people to a sedentary lifestyle with a lack of physical activity. Consequently, preventing lifestyle-related disease is now a social issue. In this article, we propose an augmented mirror to increase the awareness of daily walking. The augmented mirror is a two-way mirror that displays symbols representing the number of steps walked on a daily basis. The mirror is designed with four strategies to reflect daily walking: 1) pleasurable interaction with the… 

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