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Lifelog app from Sony - log your day, every day
Lifelog app from Sony - log your day, every day
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TUTORIAL COMO USAR O LIFELOG
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نظرة على سوارة Sony SmartBand وتطبيق Lifelog
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Getting started with SmartBand and LifeLog app from Sony
Getting started with SmartBand and LifeLog app from Sony
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Sony Smartband Lifelog Wearable | deutsch
Sony Smartband Lifelog Wearable | deutsch
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Lifelog App from Sony Review
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Sony Lifelog App Demonstration - Sony SmartBand Demo
Sony Lifelog App Demonstration - Sony SmartBand Demo
Published: 2014/02/24
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Keep up with your life with the Lifelog Android app from Sony
Keep up with your life with the Lifelog Android app from Sony
Published: 2014/09/03
Channel: Sony Xperia
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Приложение Sony LifeLOG - личный автоматический дневник
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Helo LX for Lifelog Health
Helo LX for Lifelog Health
Published: 2017/01/31
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Lifelog 3.0.A.0.12 with new icon and user interface
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Channel: Sony XPERIA Device
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Lifeloggers
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Wor(l)d GN - HELO LifeLog
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What is LIFELOG? What does LIFELOG meani? LIFELOG meaning, definition & explanation
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How to Set up Sony SmartBand with Lifelog & SmartBand App on Xperia Z2
Published: 2014/05/14
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Sony Xperia Z2 - aplikacja Lifelog od Sony dla opaski SmartBand
Sony Xperia Z2 - aplikacja Lifelog od Sony dla opaski SmartBand
Published: 2014/06/01
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INFOlab Responde: o Life Log funciona sem a SmartBand da Sony?
Published: 2015/08/03
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Smart Products Lifelog app – the innovative Android app from Sony
Smart Products Lifelog app – the innovative Android app from Sony
Published: 2014/09/03
Channel: Sony Xperia
Sony Lifelog App Overview for Sony SmartBand SWR10
Sony Lifelog App Overview for Sony SmartBand SWR10
Published: 2014/02/24
Channel: HardwareZone SG
LIFE LOG: DIY Shabu Shabu & Shopping Spree
LIFE LOG: DIY Shabu Shabu & Shopping Spree
Published: 2016/09/26
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ALGtechnology - Recensione Sony smartband e lifelog
ALGtechnology - Recensione Sony smartband e lifelog
Published: 2014/07/09
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GET HEALTHY WITH LIFELOG!!!!
GET HEALTHY WITH LIFELOG!!!!
Published: 2016/08/19
Channel: XperiaTips
Prise en main du Sony SmartBand SWR10 et de son application Lifelog
Prise en main du Sony SmartBand SWR10 et de son application Lifelog
Published: 2014/02/24
Channel: BlogNT
Приложение Lifelog от Sony - сохраняй свой день. Каждый день
Приложение Lifelog от Sony - сохраняй свой день. Каждый день
Published: 2014/03/13
Channel: sonyxperiaru
Lifelog uygulaması ve Batarya Testi Türkçe Anlatımı
Lifelog uygulaması ve Batarya Testi Türkçe Anlatımı
Published: 2014/12/14
Channel: Süper Karınca
LifeLog v2.0.0 Overview
LifeLog v2.0.0 Overview
Published: 2015/06/28
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My NEW GIRLFRIEND (Ultra Click-bait)| Life Log
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Lifelog nedir ne işe yarar?
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REAL LIFE LOG! Clash Royale Beast Log Deck
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Sony Smartwear - An In Depth Introduction to Sony's SmartBand and LifeLog
Published: 2014/02/26
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Life Log Review For The Helo Pro Plan
Life Log Review For The Helo Pro Plan
Published: 2017/03/06
Channel: Keep it Fitness
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Boost your app with Sony's Lifelog API
Published: 2015/01/05
Channel: SonyDevWorld
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Sony LifeLog
Published: 2014/02/25
Channel: MovilZona
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Test du bracelet Sony Smartband et de l'app Lifelog - par Test-Mobile.fr
Published: 2014/07/24
Channel: W38 - Test Mobile
SONY SmartBand 2 Lifelog SWR12
SONY SmartBand 2 Lifelog SWR12
Published: 2015/09/16
Channel: MICHAELTELECOM AG
Sony SmartBand and Lifelog App Walkthrough
Sony SmartBand and Lifelog App Walkthrough
Published: 2014/02/27
Channel: TechnoBuffalo
Sony Smartband & Lifelog app hands-on review
Sony Smartband & Lifelog app hands-on review
Published: 2014/01/09
Channel: Rappler
Sony Core SmartBand and Lifelog app
Sony Core SmartBand and Lifelog app
Published: 2014/01/27
Channel: Notebook Italia
Lifelog 3.0.A.0.12 nabízí novou ikonu a uživatelské rozhraní
Lifelog 3.0.A.0.12 nabízí novou ikonu a uživatelské rozhraní
Published: 2016/02/13
Channel: Sony XPERIA Device
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Published: 2014/04/18
Channel: Sony Xperia FR
Sony Xperia Z3 Lifelog
Sony Xperia Z3 Lifelog
Published: 2015/01/14
Channel: Hak-Joon Lee
Sony smartband lifelog RECENSIONE review ITA
Sony smartband lifelog RECENSIONE review ITA
Published: 2014/06/24
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Application Sony Lifelog (smartwatch & smartband) - Cobrason
Application Sony Lifelog (smartwatch & smartband) - Cobrason
Published: 2014/11/26
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Sony Smartband Talk with LifeLog Hands On
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Published: 2014/09/03
Channel: Mobilegeeks.de
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LifeLog is Live Day 1 Worldgn Helo
Published: 2017/06/07
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Published: 2015/08/26
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Evolution of lifelogging apparatus, including wearable computer, camera, and viewfinder with wireless Internet connection. Early apparatus used separate transmitting and receiving antennas. Later apparatus evolved toward the appearance of ordinary eyeglasses in the late 1980s and early 1990s.[1]
Evolution of the lifelogging lanyard camera. From left to right: Mann (1998); Microsoft (2004); Mann, Fung, Lo (2006); Memoto (2013)

Lifeloggers (also known as lifebloggers or lifegloggers) typically utilize wearable technology or mobile devices in order to capture and chronicle their lives.

Overview[edit]

In this context, the first person to do lifelogging, i.e., to capture continuous physiological data together with live first-person video from a wearable camera, was Steve Mann whose experiments with wearable computing and streaming video in the early 1980s led to Wearable Wireless Webcam.[citation needed] Starting in 1994, Mann continuously transmitted his everyday life 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and his site grew in popularity, becoming Cool Site of the Day on February 17, 1995.[2] Using a wearable camera and wearable display, he invited others to both see what he was looking at, over the Web, as well as send him live feeds or messages in real time.[3] In 1998 Mann started a community of lifeloggers (also known as lifebloggers or lifegloggers) which has grown to more than 20,000 members.[4]

Throughout the 1990s Mann presented this work to the U.S. Army, with two visits to US Natick Army Research Labs, as well as a formal invited talk.

Jennifer Ringley's JenniCam (1996–2003) was followed by collegeboyslive.tv (still running/NSFW)(1998–present).[5] That same year, the streaming of live video from the University of Toronto became a social networking phenomenon.[6]

Lisa Batey and HereAndNow.net started streaming 24/7 in 1999, continuing into 2001. "We Live In Public"[7] was a 24/7 Internet conceptual art experiment created by Josh Harris in December 1999. With a format similar to TV's Big Brother, Harris placed tapped telephones, microphones and 32 robotic cameras in the home he shared with his girlfriend, Tanya Corrin. Viewers talked to Harris and Corrin in the site's chatroom. Others on camera included New York artists Alex Arcadia and Alfredo Martinez, as well as =JUDGECAL= and Shannon from pseudo.com fame. Harris recently launched the online live video platform, Operator 11.[8]

DotComGuy arrived in 2000, and the following year, the Seeing-Eye-People Project[9] combined live streaming with social networking to assist the visually challenged. After Joi Ito's Moblog (2002), web publishing from a mobile device,[10] came Gordon Bell's MyLifeBits (2004), an experiment in digital storage of a person's lifetime, including full-text search, text/audio annotations and hyperlinks.[11] Social networking took a quantum leap in 2006 with live webcam feeds on Stickam.

In 2004 Arin Crumley and Susan Buice met online and began a relationship. They decided to forgo verbal communication during the initial courtship and instead spoke to each other via written notes, sketches, video clips and Myspace. They went on to create an autobiographical film about it called Four Eyed Monsters. It was part documentary, part narrative with a few scripted elements added. "[12] They went on to produce 13 podcasts about the making of the film in order to promote it.

In 2007 Justin Kan arrived wearing a webcam attached to a cap, Kan began streaming continuous live video and audio, beginning at midnight March 19, 2007, and he named this procedure "lifecasting".

Recent years with the advent of smartphones and other pervasive devices the paradigm of life logging extended to ubiquitous devices. For instance UbiqLog[13] and Experience Explorer[14] employ mobile sensing to perform life logging. While other lifelogging devices, like the Autographer, use a combination of visual sensors and GPS tracking to simultaneously document where you are and what you see.[15] Lifelogging was popularized by mobile app Foursquare, which had users check-in as a way of sharing and saving their location, and later evolved into the popular lifelogging app, Swarm.

Life caching and sharing lifelog information[edit]

Life caching refers to a social act of storing and sharing one's life events in an open and public forum.[16][17][18][19][20] Modern life caching is considered a form of social networking and typically takes place on the internet. The term was introduced in 2005 by trendwatching.com,[21] in a report that says that it had yet to occur but could potentially due to available technology. However, life log information is privacy sensitive, and sharing such information is associated with different risks.[22]

Manual[edit]

Referred to as an early proponent of lifelogging[23] and perhaps the most extreme example of self-tracking[24] since 2003, conceptual media artist Alberto Frigo has embarked on an ambitious project, 2004–2040, to understand himself.[25] Starting with tracking everything his right (dominant) hand has used,[26] he’s slowly added on different tracking and documentation projects. Keeping the focus on himself and his surrounding has helped him connect to himself and the world around him.[27] Frigo differentiates from common lifeloggers in that he does not automate the process of capturing, organizing and retrieving his lifelog, but he accomplishes this manually, programming his own behaviour to do so and, in this respect, avoiding the privacy implications related to automatic lifelogging approaches. In addition, his approach can be conceived more as a classic attempt to unify under one system of representation, his conscious and subconscious.

Mobile and wearable apps[edit]

To assist in their efforts of tracking, some lifeloggers use mobile devices and apps. Utilizing the GPS and motion processors of digital devices enables lifelogging apps to easily record metadata related to daily activities. A myriad of lifelogging apps are available in the App Store (iOS), Google Play and other app distribution platforms, but some commonly cited apps include: Reporter,[28] Journey,[29] Path,[30] Moves,[31] and HeyDay.,[32] insight for Wear (smartwatch) [33]

Xperia has also a native mobile application which is called Lifelog.[34] The app works standalone, but gets enriched when used with Sony Smart Bands.[35]

Swarm is a lifelogging app that motivates users to check-in and hold on to every place they’ve visited, while inspiring them to visit new places.  

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ IEEE Computer, pp. 25-32, Vol. 30, Iss. 2 Feb. 1997
  2. ^ Cool Site of the Day, Feb 17, 1995
  3. ^ [ Wearable Wireless Webcam]
  4. ^ [ The Glogger community]
  5. ^ [ collegeboyslive.tv]
  6. ^ [ Cyborgs Broadcast Orientation Worldwide]
  7. ^ [ Platt, Charles. "Steaming video," Wired, November 2000]
  8. ^ [ Naone, Erica. "The Rise of the Net Jockey", Technology Review, August 10, 2007.]
  9. ^ [ Seeing-Eye-People Project]
  10. ^ [ Moblog]
  11. ^ [ MyLifeBits Project]
  12. ^ [ this might be a Love story by Stephanie Gerson on smartmobs.com]
  13. ^ "UbiqLog: a generic mobile phone-based life-log framework". Springer. 
  14. ^ "Experience Explorer: A Life-Logging Platform Based on Mobile Context Collection". IEEE. 
  15. ^ "Autographer Life Logging Wearable Camera Review". 2014. 
  16. ^ Schofield, Jack (August 18, 2004). "How to save your life". The Guardian. London. 
  17. ^ Schofield, Jack (February 21, 2007). "Life caching revisited -- Gordon Bell's digital life". The Guardian. London. 
  18. ^ Beaumont, Lucy (July 18, 2004). "Life in byte-sized pieces". The Age. Melbourne. 
  19. ^ "The trend-spotters handbook". The New Zealand Herald. October 17, 2005. Retrieved October 14, 2011. 
  20. ^ "Ethics on the line as ordinary people put themselves in the picture". The Sydney Morning Herald. August 1, 2006. 
  21. ^ http://trendwatching.com/trends/LIFE_CACHING.htm
  22. ^ "Towards sharing life-log information with society". 2012. 
  23. ^ Alex Preston (August 3, 2014). "The death of privacy". The Guardian. 
  24. ^ "How safe is your quantified self?" (PDF). 2014. 
  25. ^ "Website of the records generated for 36 years". 2014. 
  26. ^ Bruce Sterling (April 9, 2006). "Alberto Frigo". Wired Magazine. 
  27. ^ "Alberto Frigo: A 36-year Tracking Project". 2014. 
  28. ^ Ellis Hamburger (February 6, 2014). "Reporter for iPhone tracks your whole life, one quiz at a time". The Verge. 
  29. ^ Eric Ravenscraft (January 14, 2016). "Journey Is a Journal App With Photo Support and Calendar View". Lifehacker. 
  30. ^ Nate Swanner (July 9, 2014). "These three iOS apps make life-logging fun and easy". Slash Gear. 
  31. ^ Dani Fankhauser (September 24, 2013). "9 Lifelogging Apps to Log Personal Data". Mashable. 
  32. ^ "Lifelogging / Quantified Self". Lifestream Blog. 
  33. ^ "Lifelogging tool for Android Smartwatch". 
  34. ^ "Lifelog – innovative activity tracker Android™ app from Sony". Retrieved 10 Oct 2015. 
  35. ^ "Sony SmartBand 2". Retrieved 10 Oct 2015. 

Bibliography[edit]

  • Kieron, O’Hara; Tuffield, Mischa M.; Shadbolt, Nigel (2009). "Lifelogging: Privacy and empowerment with memories for life". Identity in the Information Society. Springer. 1 (1): 155. doi:10.1007/s12394-009-0008-4 

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