Trust and transparency; working for the wearer.
Unlike many technologies which work for someone else, a personal
wearable is designed to facilitate, enhance, and work for the wearer.
The user trusts the wearable because it belongs to them, because the
interaction provides the user with sufficient oversight and
understanding, and because the software's operation is understandable
and open to evaluation (open source).
|Introduction to Wearable Computing|
|Richard W. DeVaul|
|The second annual "I Wanna Be a Cyborg" event, a borglab production.|