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This paper presents a novel investigation of how motion as measured with just a single wearable accelerometer is informative of people's interests and motivation during crowded social events. We collected accelerometer readings on a large number of people (32 and 46 people in two crowded social events involving up to hundreds of people). In our experiments, we demonstrate how people's movements are informative of their particular interests: during talks, their interests in particular topics,doi:10.1145/2390821.2390829 dblp:conf/mm/EnglebienneH12 fatcat:dqwa4b4jevfilhnxeejhssyy5i