SNIF: social networking in fur

Abstract

We present SNIF: Social Networking in Fur, a system that allows pet owners to interact through their pets' social networks. SNIF comprises inexpensive hardware that can be unobtrusively and transparently affixed to pet collars and paraphernalia in order to augment pet-to-pet, pet-to-owner, and owner-to-owner interactions. SNIF devices aggregate pertinent environmental, social, and individual information that can be broadcast or addressed to other participating community members.

DOI: 10.1145/1056808.1056924

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@inproceedings{Gips2005SNIFSN, title={SNIF: social networking in fur}, author={Jonathan Gips and Noah Fields and Philip Liang and Arnaud Pilpr{\'e}}, booktitle={CHI Extended Abstracts}, year={2005} }