The Memory Glasses: Subliminal vs.Overt Memory Support with Imperfect Information

  title={The Memory Glasses: Subliminal vs.Overt Memory Support with Imperfect Information},
  author={Richard W. DeVaul and Alex Pentland and Vicka R. Corey},
Wearables are frequently designed to support users engaged in complex “real world” activities, ranging from food inspection to ground combat. Unfortunately, wearables also have the potential to interfere with the very tasks they are designed to support, either by distracting the user or providing them with misleading information. In 2002 we published a pilot study suggesting that a subliminal visual cuing system might be an effective lowattention interaction strategy for just-in-time memory… CONTINUE READING
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