In situ with bystanders of augmented reality glasses: perspectives on recording and privacy-mediating technologies

CHI, 2014.

Cited by: 128|Bibtex|Views53|DOI:https://doi.org/10.1145/2556288.2557352
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Abstract:

Augmented reality (AR) devices are poised to enter the market. It is unclear how the properties of these devices will affect individuals' privacy. In this study, we investigate the privacy perspectives of individuals when they are bystanders around AR devices. We conducted 12 field sessions in cafés and interviewed 31 bystanders regarding...More

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