Protecting Extended Reality (XR) user and bystander privacy by supporting legibility of XR sensing and processing

Mark McGill, Mohamed Khamis, Pejman Saeghe, Melvin Abraham – University of Glasgow

PriXR intends to harden Extended Reality (XR) technology against violations of privacy and anonymity, crucially exploring XR not in terms of its benefits to society, but in how society can safely unlock those benefits through supporting resistance against surveillance and misuse and facilitating bystander awareness and consent.