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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
In May 2005 Nokia Sensor application (www.nokia.com/sensor) was launched, allowing mobile phone users to create digital identity expressions, seen by other users within Bluetooth range. This paper describes the design and mass-scale longitudinal field trial of a precursor prototype called DigiDress. 618 participants voluntarily used the application for an average of 25 days. The identity expressions created were both serious and playful, revealing and nonrevealing. Factors influencing thedoi:10.1007/11551201_12 fatcat:xg63zlywlrh3tdrsmengclhesa