Synergetic Recollection: How to Design Lifelogging Tools That Help Locate the Right Information

@inproceedings{Kalnikait2012SynergeticRH,
  title={Synergetic Recollection: How to Design Lifelogging Tools That Help Locate the Right Information},
  author={Vaiva Kalnikait{\'e} and Steve Whittaker},
  booktitle={Human-Computer Interaction: The Agency Perspective},
  year={2012}
}
Recent lifelogging research has been primarily focused on developing new technology to support the capture of everyday events and experiences. Less attention has been spent on understanding what types of lifelogging tools have been built so far and how these different tools help reconstruct memories of the past. In this chapter, we discuss empirical research showing which lifelogging practices and features can help recollection. We explore psychology research for effective memory cuing such as… CONTINUE READING

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