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Seminar 14362
Augmenting Human Memory - Capture and Recall in the Era of Lifelogging

Mark Billinghurst (University of Canterbury - Christchurch, NZ), Nigel Davies (Lancaster University, GB), Marc Langheinrich (University of Lugano, CH), Albrecht Schmidt (Universität Stuttgart, DE)

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Seminar Wide Materials
 
 Intro Slides
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 Human Memory: A Dagstuhl Tutorial on Recall
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C. Philip Beaman , University of Reading
 Augmenting Human Memory: Views from Experimental Psychology
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Michel Beaudouin-Lafon , University of Paris South XI
 

Agon Bexheti , University of Lugano
 

Mark Billinghurst , University of Canterbury - Christchurch
 

Andreas Bulling , MPI für Informatik - Saarbrücken
 On the potential of human visual behaviour for memory augmentation and life logging
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Ozan Cakmakci , Google Inc. - Mountain View
 Head-Worn Displays: A Review
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Nigel Davies , Lancaster University
 

Simon Dennis , University of Newcastle
 The quantified self: Understanding and augmenting human memory
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Tilman Dingler , Universität Stuttgart
 Designing Knowledge Acquisition Points: Speeding up Reading Tasks on Electronic Devices
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Christos Efstratiou , University of Kent
 

Niforatos Evangelos , University of Lugano
 Augmenting Human Memory For UX Evaluation
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Scott Greenwald , MIT - Cambridge
 Three Talks in One: Augmented learning, WearScript, and Musings on Lifelogging
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Cathal Gurrin , Dublin City University
 Lifelogging at DCU
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Vicki Hanson , Rochester Institute of Technology
 Lifelogging and Wellbeing of Care Home Residents
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Niels Henze , Universität Stuttgart
 Augmenting Food with Information
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James D. Hollan , University of California - San Diego
 Activity-Enriched Computing: 
Retrieving and Restoring Context
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Christoph Korinke , OFFIS - Oldenburg
 Photobooks for Human Memory
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Kai Kunze , Osaka Prefecture University
 Augmenting the Human Mind
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Wendy E. Mackay , University of Paris South XI
 

Mateusz Mikusz , Lancaster University
 

Daniela Petrelli , Sheffield Hallam University
 On the Design of Digital Mementos
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Adam C. Rule , University of California - San Diego
 Reinstating the Context of Interrupted Activities
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Corina Sas , Lancaster University
 Emotional Memories: Cueing, Forgetting and Digital Disposal
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Albrecht Schmidt , Universität Stuttgart
 Déjà vu – Technologies that make new Situations look Familiar
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Aurelien Tabard , University Claude Bernard - Lyon
 Visualisation for activity based computing
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Kristof Van Laerhoven , TU Darmstadt
 Long-Term Activity recognition and logging from the wrist
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Geoff Ward , University of Essex
 The act of recall will affect future recall: Early insights into intelligent reviews
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Katrin Wolf , Universität Stuttgart
 Lifelogging image presentation
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