Augmented Reality Without the Rose-Colored Glasses
The very nature of reality is about to change. Augmented reality devices will soon be capable of erasing the line between human perception & digital presentation; rendered against the canvas of my consciousness—borderless, pervasive, ubiquitous interfaces that could alter my view of the world, what it means, & who brings it to me. This is a profound human-centered design challenge, with the potential to impact behavior, society & culture. This talk outlines the ethical imperative of applying outcomes-based thinking to augmented reality and draws from multiple domains of knowledge, to present a new set of design principles capable of guiding the future of AR design.