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Protecting sensitive information from reality applications with Private Collection

Technology in the home can be exciting but comes with a lot of questions about personal security and privacy. Private Collection addresses these questions by allowing users to choose between different levels of abstraction or filtering to mask sensitive personal information encountered in augmented reality (AR) applications within the home.

The idea is to showcase that treating people's data with respect does not exclude the use of intelligent AR applications in the home. In contrast, it can be leveraged to create more personal and trustful relationships between people and service providers.



Sydney Kidd, Strategist, Human Centered Design, Idea Couture

Sydney Kidd

Strategist, Human Centered Design, Idea Couture