Some SenseCam press

Great article in MIT’s Technology Review on the SenseCam, particularly focusing on the potential benefits for dementia sufferers…

“When Mrs. B was admitted to the hospital in March 2002, her doctors diagnosed limbic encephalitis, a brain infection that left her autobiographical memory in tatters. As a result, she can only recall around 2 percent of events that happened the previous week, and she often forgets who people are. But a simple device called SenseCam, a small digital camera developed by Microsoft Research, in Cambridge, U.K., dramatically improved her memory: she could recall 80 percent of events six weeks after they happened, according to the results of a recent study.”
Technology Review: A Camera to Help Dementia Patients

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