First person perspective digital ethnography, Seminar 5
Location: LSE, St. Clement's Building (STC), Room S314, Houghton Street, London, WC2A 2AE Google map of WC2A 2AE.
Date: 27 September 2013, 10.00-17.00
Theme: The future of mobile first perspective data collection.
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First Person Perspective Digital Ethnography (FPPDE) is the use of wearable mobile digital recording equipment (eg, Sensecam, Subcam, audio-visual recorders) to provide data on the unfolding experiences and decisions of actors within an activity setting.
This final seminar, 'The future of mobile first person perspective data', will explore future FPPDE technologies such as Google Glass and their implications.
- Thad Starner (Georgia Institute of Technology and Google Glass Project),
- Cathal Gurrin (Dublin City University)
- Kieron O’Hara (University of Southampton)
- Saadi Lahlou (LSE).
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- Seminar 1: Current and potential uses of first person perspective digital ethnography, 18 January 2013
- Seminar 2: First person perspective video data: discovering new questions, 8 March 2013
- Seminar 3: Analysing first person perspective data, 10 May 2013
- Seminar 4: Ethical issues in first person perspective digital ethnography, 21 June 2013
- Seminar 5: The future of mobile first perspective data collection, 27 September 2013