Real-time Behavioural Analysis using Google Glass
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Lifelogging is a form of pervasive computing that represents a phenomenon whereby people can digitally record their own daily lives in varying amounts of detail, for a variety of purposes. Lifelogging offers huge potential for supporting behaviour change because it can capture the totality of life experience and provide heretofore unknown levels of insight into the real-world activities of the lifelogger. In this paper we present a real-time curated lifelogging prototype that can support real-time behavioural analysis by supporting immediate feedback and intervention to the lifelogger.
Measuring Behaviour 2014
Measuring Behaviour 2014 9th International Conference on Methods and Techniques in Behavioural Research
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Dublin City University (DCU)
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