NEWS | Sept. 1, 2012

Unintended, Malicious, and Evil Applications of Augmented Reality

By Col. Gregory Conti, Dr. Edward Sobiesk, Paul Anderson, Steven Billington, Alex Farmer, Cory Kirk, Patrick Shaffer, and Kyle Stammer

Most new products begin life with a  marketing pitch that extols the product's cultures. A Similarly optimistic property holds in user-centered design, where most books and classes take for granted that interface designers are out to help the user. Users themselves are assumed to be good natured, upstanding citizens somewhere out of the Leave it to Beaver universe.

 

Unintended, Malicious, and Evil Applications of Augmented Reality