Abstract

Since SenseCam’s inception in 2003, work with the device has grown at a truly remarkable pace. Following the first clinical trial in 2005, work by an ever-growing network of collaborators continues to show tremendous potential for the technology as a memory aid.
Early on in the SenseCam project, the device’s potential as a tool for understanding the mechanisms of memory and cognitive functioning also became apparent and is now actively being pursued. In the meantime a huge variety of other potential applications for the technology continue to be suggested, trialled and developed. Now that SenseCam is more readily available as the Vicon Revue, we fully expect this to continue.