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From the Glossary:

Augmented Reality

Changing or adding information to the world around you

#17 Have you heard yourself lately

Third person simulation for better communication. This would be a type of AR in which you could switch you vision to a third person perspective, allows yourself to get a change in perspective.

#21 Human Dots

Two torcs that track the position of multiple other people wearing them on small vibrotactile 180 degree displays. Both vertical and horizontal position is tracked. Letting you know if someone is above, below or in which direction. But not being able to know who. Possibly learning to discern by recalling patterns of movement.

#28 Grounding

Using live satellite and plane data these shoe inserts nudge you when an object is directly overhead. Letting you feel the movements of the human built sky and our strive for communication.

#30 Net-meter

Instead of connecting directly to WiFi this device lets you see your own network traffic. The device connects to the network, while you connect to it. It shows incoming and outgoing connections and data volumes. The visualization is accomplished via led lighting.

#55 Experience

Records experiences and tags them, but provides recall only to a paired device. Whenever the paired device sees/hears something already tagged it will display/play that back.

Prototype

#65 Debate

A device that projects arguments, points and evidence in the space between two people debating.

Prototype

#80 Clutter Blinds

When tensions rise in communal living situations the smallest of clutter can be a major point of tension. So, remove them with clutter blinds.

#82 Repetitive Story Repeater

A database short illustrated stories which reside in a heads up display, enabling conversations to be inserted with comic strips and decreasing the annoyance or time spent repeating anecdotal stories to groups or individuals.

#89 Anticipators

A set of devices that each detect a small subset of pollutants/harmful substances but are networked and notify all wearers if one wearer is in proximity to them.

#103 Name Tagged

RFID enabled name tagging for those that are horrible at remembering names. just casually swipe your phone next to the chip and receive the other user’s name on your screen. Beats asking awkwardly what their name is because you don’t remember.