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Title: The Design of a Context-Aware Home Media Space for Balancing Privacy and Awareness
Authors: Neustaedter, Carman
Greenberg, Saul
Keywords: Computer Science
Issue Date: 30-May-2003
Abstract: Traditional techniques for balancing privacy and awareness in video media spaces, like blur filtration, have been proven to be ineffective for compromising home situations involving a media space. As such, this paper presents the rationale and prototype design of a context-aware home media space(HMS) - defined as an always-on video media space used within a home setting- that focuses on identifying plausible solutions for balancing privacy and awareness in compromising home situations. In the HMS design, users are provided with implicit and explicit control over their privacy, along with visual and audio feedback of the amount of privacy currently being maintained.
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