Guidelines for the presentation and visualisation of LifeLog content

  • Byrne D
  • Lee H
  • Jones G
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Lifelogs offer rich voluminous sources of personal and social data for which visualisation is ideally suited to providing access, overview, and navigation. We explore through examples of our visualisation work within the domain of lifelogging the major axes on which lifelogs operate, and therefore, on which their visualisations should be contingent. We also explore the concept of ‘events’ as a way to significantly reduce the complexity of the lifelog for presentation and make it more human-oriented. Finally we present some guidelines and goals which should be considered when designing presentation modes for lifelog content

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  • Daragh Byrne

  • Hyowon Lee

  • Gareth J. F. Jones

  • Alan F. Smeaton

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