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Conclusions

Personal imaging suggests that the boundaries between seeing and viewing, and between remembering and recording will blur. Shared visual memory will begin to enlarge the scope of what the visual memory currently provides, for it may be possible to `remember' something or someone that one never saw.

Personal imaging has evolved beyond being a useful photographer's assistant, toward new paradigms in cinematography, wearable tetherless computer-mediated reality, and a graphical user interface on reality.



Steve Mann
Tue Jan 6 23:24:56 EST 1998