Life editing: Third-party perspectives on lifelog content
Byrne, Daragh and Kelliher, Aisling and Jones, Gareth J.F. (2011) Life editing: Third-party perspectives on lifelog content. In: The ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2011), May 2011, Vancouver, Canada.
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Lifelog collections digitally capture and preserve personal experiences and can be mined to reveal insights and understandings of individual significance. These rich data sources also offer opportunities for learning and discovery by motivated third parties. We employ a custom-designed storytelling application in constructing meaningful lifelog summaries from third-party perspectives. This storytelling initiative was implemented as a core component in a university media-editing course. We present promising
results from a preliminary study conducted to evaluate the
utility and potential of our approach in creatively
interpreting a unique experiential dataset.
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