Wobble: Shaping unobtrusive reminders for prospective memories in the home context

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Conference Proceeding
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TEI 2017 - Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction, 2017, pp. 31 - 35
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2017-03-20
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© 2017 ACM. Reminders are designed to support remembering actions or intentions to be performed later in time. Most technologies that have a reminding functionality do so by asking attention (e.g., by using auditory alerts or vibration patterns) from users at a certain point in time or location. Because of their obtrusive nature, the reminders of many (digital) prospective memory AIDS we use on a daily basis are hard to ignore, regardless of our ability and motivation to perform the reminded action or intention. In this paper, we present Wobble: An interactive cone-shaped artefact for reminding in the home environment. Wobble was designed to investigate peripheral reminders. Our results imply that wobble is best suitable for reminding intentions that do not require direct action but can be carried out over a period of time, which is a type of reminding currently not met by most electronic memory AIDS.
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