SenseCam

Visiting Las Vegas

Last week I was in Las Vegas for DevConnections and the launch of Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. Normally you won’t catch me dead in Las Vegas along The Strip due to all of the tourists, the constant cigarette smoke and the pervasive heat. This trip did not turn out so bad. I went in the…

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SenseCam: An FAQ About My Personal Experiences Wearing One

I have written a little about the SenseCam and my experiences with it, but there are still many questions people ask, so I thought I would attempt to answer some of the more common ones here. What is a SenseCam? A SenseCam is a gadget that, at the very least, captures images of people and…

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LifeLogging With A SenseCam Video Round-Up

A quick round up of various SenseCam videos found on YouTube and also a good overview of what a SenseCam is and what it can do. Just in case you are wondering why I am so interested in the Microsoft SenseCam, it is because I developed my own over two years ago and have been…

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BBC Video About The SenseCam

This video is a bit old but I just found it so it is new to me: James May of the BBC show about “Big Ideas” where he takes a quick gander at Microsoft’s SenseCam. James wore the SenseCam he was loaned for just a weekend and immediately hit the issue that everyone who wears…

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How SenseCam’s External Memories Screw With Your Own Perception

Ever recalled “facts” about an event in your personal life that simply were not true? Sometimes termed False Memory Syndrome, it has come to public consciousness mostly because of sexual abuse victims that were never abused. Instead, the alleged victims were lead to believe false memories created by a psychotherapist. This can also happen to…

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Live Your Life With A SenseCam

What’s a SenseCam? Think of a SenseCam as a black box flight recorder for human beings. Almost everything you or I see, hear or encounter can be recorded in some fashion on a tiny digital device. You can later use the recorded data as a memory aid, to reconstruct an event, to prove who won…

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