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Lifelogging: New Challenges for Information Visualization on Mobile Platforms
Yang Yang, Hyowon Lee, Cathal Gurrin
Lifelogging offers a lot of promise in the realm of self- monitoring and reflection. The advent of personal devices with the potential for supporting self-tracking, such as smartphones, has resulted in large amount and multi-faceted data being created. Meanwhile, the consumption of collected lifelog data takes place within a wider mobile environment. These diversifying devices opened up new challenges for designers to create rich interactive visualizations under such context. In this workshop paper, we introduce SenseSeer, a web-based lifelogging application that passively tracking individual daily experience through built-in sensors from users' smartphones. We present our approaches from the stage of data collection to visualization of personal lifelogs on different mobile platforms.