Researching designs of cameras and microphones for 'tangible privacy'
We are looking for creative ways to communicate whether someone is being actively recorded or not. A lens cap covering the camera could indicate that video recording is not possible. How would you assure someone in the vicinity that the microphone is indeed off? There are no easy solutions yet, and we are exploring various possibilities.
Department: Computer Science
Supervising Faculty: Apu Kapadia
We are seeking students from both computer science and informatics backgrounds. This project includes both programming and human centered components.
We have funding for 1-2 positions through the National Science Foundation to support undergraduate research of up to 10 hours/week during the semester, and 20-29 hours/week in the summer.
Conditions of Employment
Expected Hours Per Week: 0
Send an email to Prof. Apu Kapadia