Fixed in time and "time in motion": mobility of vision through a SenseCam lens

@inproceedings{Lindley2009FixedIT,
  title={Fixed in time and "time in motion": mobility of vision through a SenseCam lens},
  author={Si{\^a}n E. Lindley and Richard Harper and Dave W. Randall and Maxine Glancy and Nicola Smyth},
  booktitle={Mobile HCI},
  year={2009}
}
SenseCam is an automatic wearable camera, often seen as a tool for the creation of digital memories. In this paper, we report findings from a field trial in which SenseCams were worn by household members over the course of a week. In interviews with these users, it became apparent that the way in which SenseCam images were played back, the manner of which might be described as a stilted movie, affected the values that were realised within them. The time-lapse nature of the image stream led… CONTINUE READING

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