Veilance and reciprocal transparency: Surveillance versus sousveillance, AR glass, lifeglogging, and wearable computing

@article{Mann2013VeilanceAR,
  title={Veilance and reciprocal transparency: Surveillance versus sousveillance, AR glass, lifeglogging, and wearable computing},
  author={Steve Mann},
  journal={2013 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS): Social Implications of Wearable Computing and Augmediated Reality in Everyday Life},
  year={2013},
  pages={1-12}
}
This paper explores the interplay between surveillance cameras (cameras affixed to large-entities such as buildings) and sousveillance cameras (cameras affixed to small entities such as individual people), laying contextual groundwork for the social implications of Augmented/Augmediated Reality, Digital Eye Glass, and the wearable camera as a vision and visual memory aid in everyday life. We now live in a society in which we have both “the few watching the many” (surveillance), AND “the many… CONTINUE READING