Title

Sousveillance: Implications for Privacy, Security, Trust, and the Law

RIS ID

100462

Publication Details

Michael, K. (2015). Sousveillance: Implications for Privacy, Security, Trust, and the Law. IEEE Consumer Electronics Magazine, 4 (2), 92-94.

Abstract

Point of view has its foundations in film. It usually depicts a scene through the eyes of a character. Body-worn video-recording technologies now mean that a wearer can shoot film from a first-person perspective of another subject or object in his or her immediate field of view (FOV). The term sousveillance has been defined by Steve Mann to denote a recording done from a portable device such as a head-mounted display (HMD) unit in which the wearer is a participant in the activity. Some people call it inverse surveillance because it is the opposite of a camera that is wall mounted and fixed.

Please refer to publisher version or contact your library.

Share

COinS
 

Link to publisher version (DOI)

http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/MCE.2015.2393006