21 November 2005, 20:44 by mark hoekstra


CCTVme is an object that works like an analog firewall. It protects people’s privacy from outside attacks through the internal videocamera.

The user can choose between three sets of cards, each with three images. These sets are divided into the categories: Privacy, Perplexity and Anonymity.

The objective is to show the calling person that each video call turns him or her into an attacker or invader of somebody else’s privacy.

Part of Martin Redigolo’s Master Thesis: „Videophones“ – Influence, Impact and Future


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