A user can sometimes miss content or events of interest due to distraction or inattention. Rewinding and replaying to view the missed content or event may not be possible when the missed situation is live and not pre-recorded. Further, the user may view the content as a real-world experience rather than via a computing device. This disclosure describes techniques that make it possible to replay moments from the immediate past, thus enabling an experience for the real world similar to that of the rewind functionality for recorded content. With the user’s permission, a recording is triggered when it is determined that the user is likely to miss an upcoming event of interest, enabling the user to retrieve and play the missed event. A trained event interpretation model is used to determine the event of interest from the recorded data.
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Cărbune, Victor and Deselaers, Thomas, "Selective lifelogging to record missed events of interest", Technical Disclosure Commons, (March 22, 2019)