The interview with the gurus who work in the Bay Area Research Center continues. Here Jim Gemmell shows off a "sensecam" that'll capture pictures and other data in response to lighting and other changes.
Ok, I'm sold, where do I signup to be the assistant's assistant?
Oh, and the Sense cam was it? I'll take two.
The Deja View - what a great idea! Simple, but great - as the best ideas usually are.
It needs an ammonia sensor ... just in case you forgot to turn it off.
We need a constitution admendment to require elected officials to wear these at all time.
I see privacy invasion.
That could get pretty scary pretty quick...privacy issues galore. I don't think I like it...
Yes, there are privacy questions. They started cropping up day 1, hour 1, minute 1. Which is why there are only twelve SenseCam research prototypes in existence right now, and why some of the first studies they ran were on the privacy issues.
(which in practice turn out not to be that bad)
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