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Welcome to the SenseCam Wiki!
SenseCam is a wearable digital camera that takes photos automatically. Originally conceived as a personal 'Black Box' accident recorder, it soon became clear that SenseCam had great potential in a wide variety of application areas. This wiki is a forum for the exchange of information about SenseCam, primarily for the researchers and clinicians around the world who are exploring a multitude of uses for the device. Use the navigation bar on the left to find out more.
SenseCam was conceived and developed by Microsoft Research, in the Sensors and Devices Group in Cambridge, UK. There is more information on the Microsoft SenseCam website along with various resources including downloadable images and videos.
Contribute to SenseCam Wiki
If you would like to contribute information about your SenseCam research to the SenseCam Wiki you can register by sending an email to email@example.com with your request. Please ensure to provide your full name within the email.
Support for your Vicon Revue
If you bought a Vicon Revue, technical support is available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Some common problems are described on the support page.
- 6 SenseCam articles have recently been published in a special issue on "Wearable Cameras in Health" in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine
- Next SenseCam symposium will be in San Diego, California, USA - 18/19 November 2013
- Vicon sibling company 'OMG Life' to release the SenseCam-like 'Autographer' in November 2012, according to press release on Engadget. Product website.
- SenseCam helps brain tumour boy's memory - 27 June 2012
- SENSECAM 2012 SYMPOSIUM in Oxford - 3/4 April 2012
- Link to proceedings of 2nd workshop on information access to personal media archives (IAPMA 2011) - 18 April 2011
- Powerful 15 minute clip on SenseCam directly supporting lives of those with memory difficulties, on NineMSN in Australia - 05 April 2011
- Video link to SenseCam talk given by Gordon Bell at Personal Digital Archiving 2011 - 25 February 2011
- Video link to SenseCam talk given by Cathal Gurrin and Aiden Doherty at Personal Digital Archiving 2011 - 25 February 2011
- 6 page Time Magazine Article Explaining SenseCam - 11 October 2010
- some pictures taken at the second annual SenseCam symposium - 27th September 2010
- Proceedings of the Second Annual SenseCam Symposium now available online - 17 Sept 2010
- Details on how to change the trigger used to take SenseCam photos on SenseCam works same for Vicon Revue - 17 Sept 2010
- Speakers at SECOND ANNUAL SENSECAM SYMPOSIUM will be Chris Moulin and Kieron O'Hara - 9 June 2010
- SECOND ANNUAL SENSECAM SYMPOSIUM WILL TAKE PLACE IN DUBLIN ON 16TH AND 17TH SEPTEMBER 2010!- 6 June 2010
- Great piece with Prof Martin Conway on BBC TV on how SenseCam aids memory- 12 May 2010
- Vicon Revue now available to purchase and shipping- 3 May 2010
- 16 and 17 September 2010 are the dates for the 2nd Annual SenseCam Symposium: Exploring the Social, Ethical, Technological, and Psychology Challenges in Visual Lifelogging and eMemories - Location Dublin, Ireland
- DCU/CLARITY SenseCam browser now available for all as an open source release- 15th February 2010
- The Vicon Life Recorder - Lifelogging Takes Another Step Forward- 28th October 2009, Singularity Hub
- Vicon have announced a licencing agreement with Microsoft under which they will manufacture and sell devices incorporating SenseCam technology - 15 October 2009
- Gordon Bell's and Jim Gemmell's book on Total Recall has a nice website with news, discussion, comments, etc.
- Life Recorders May Be This Century’s Wrist Watch - 06 September 2009, TechCrunch
- This Is Your Lifelog - 03 September 2009, Gordon Bell speaks about SenseCam to Business Week
- New study proves that Microsoft’s sensory innovation aids memory recall – 13 March 2009, Microsoft Research press release
- Utilising Wearable Sensor Technology to Provide Effective Memory Cues - January 2009, ERCIM News
Please refer to the news archive for older news.