The importance of being mobile: some social consequences of wearable augmented reality systems

@article{Feiner1999TheIO,
  title={The importance of being mobile: some social consequences of wearable augmented reality systems},
  author={Steven K. Feiner},
  journal={Proceedings 2nd IEEE and ACM International Workshop on Augmented Reality (IWAR'99)},
  year={1999},
  pages={145-148}
}
  • Steven K. Feiner
  • Published 20 October 1999
  • Computer Science
  • Proceedings 2nd IEEE and ACM International Workshop on Augmented Reality (IWAR'99)
What are the consequences of mobility for augmented reality? This paper explores some of the issues that I believe will be raised by the development and future commonplace adoption of mobile, wearable, augmented reality systems. These include: social influences on tracking accuracy, the importance of appearance and comfort, an increase in collaborative applications, integration with other devices, and implications for personal privacy. 

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