Visible to the public Willing to be fooled: Security and autoamputation in augmented reality

TitleWilling to be fooled: Security and autoamputation in augmented reality
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2012
AuthorsBrinkman, Bo
Conference Name2012 IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality - Arts, Media, and Humanities (ISMAR-AMH)
Date PublishedNov. 2012
ISBN Number978-1-4673-4665-8
KeywordsAccuracy, anonymity protection, augmented reality, augmented reality systems, autoamputation concept, computer security, Human Behavior, Media, privacy, pubcrawl, resilience, risk reduction, Scalability, security, security of data, Sensors, Sorting, Stress, Trusted Computing

What does it mean to trust, or not trust, an augmented reality system? Froma computer security point of view, trust in augmented reality represents a real threat to real people. The fact that augmented reality allows the programmer to tinker with the user's senses creates many opportunities for malfeasance. It might be natural to think that if we warn users to be careful it will lower their trust in the system, greatly reducing risk.

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