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Wearable Technology and the Future of Digital and Social Media ~ DR4WARD Social Media Professor Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University

Wearable Technology and the Future of Digital and Social Media ~ DR4WARD Social Media Professor Newhouse School of Public Communications, Syracuse University

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  • 1. Wearable Technology and the Future of Digital and Social Media   Dr. William J. Ward aka @DR4WARD Social Media Professor S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications Syracuse University Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 2. Google Glass: Changing the way we see the future Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 3. Explorer Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 4. What does the future look like? Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 5. When was the first smartphone introduced? Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 6. iPhone launched 2007 Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 7. How much power did the first iPhone have? Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 8. 100,000 times as much ram as Apollo Guidance Computer 1000+ times faster than the computer used to land the orbiter on the moon 16 million colors vs calculator-like display of the AGC Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 9. How quickly have Smartphones been adopted? Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 10. Smartphone adoption is faster than any other technology shift in history? 58% Mobile Market penetration in the U.S. - 2013 Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 11. How quickly have tablets been adopted? This year, tablet sales could surpass both desktops and laptops Launched 2010 2013- 31% of adults have a tablet computer - 26% own an e-reader Source: Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project 2013 Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 12. What are people doing on theirSmartphones? Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 13. How are our devices changing what we do? 88% of people who watch TV have a second screen in front of them 62% of people use Social Media while they watch TV. 2012 Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 14. What does the future look like? Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 15. What does the future look like? ~ Brian Solis, Principal at Altimeter Group Author, The End of Business As Usual Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 16. Digital Divide Is Every 6-12 months, Not Generational Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 17. How has social media transformed politics? Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 18. Spread of Earthquake Related Tweets 5.8 mag earthquake Epicenter VA Aug. 23, 2011 30 secs. Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 19. How fast are we moving today? Real-time SB47 more than 22 million tweets. SB46 had 13 million. Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 20. How quickly has Facebook grown? Launched 2004 2008 - 100 million users 2013 - 1.1 billion users 79% of daily active users are outside the U.S. and Canada Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 21. How quickly has Twitter grown? Launched 2006 2008 - 6 million users / 300,000 Tweets per day 2013 - Over 500 million users / 400 million Tweets per day Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 22. How quickly have new social media grown? Launched 2013 2013 40 million users # of users? 2011 users receive (not send) 400 million photo or video snaps a day 88% of snaps sent to one person 70% of users are female 2011 2010 2010 Saturday, March 1, 14 500 million users 150 million users 48.7 million users
  • 23. Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 24. How will wearable computers, devices and sensors activated by voice and gesture change what we do and how we use digital and social media? Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 25. Smart Contacts Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 26. Bionic Ears Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 27. Glasses / Goggles Google Glass NTT SmartGlass Saturday, March 1, 14 Recon GPS Ski Googles Glass Up
  • 28. Smartwatches Samsung Galaxy Gear Qualcomm Toq Saturday, March 1, 14 Google Apple
  • 29. Fitness and Activity Bands Jawbone Up Nike Fuel Bowflex Boost Fitbit Flex Saturday, March 1, 14 Misfit Shine
  • 30. NFC Ring Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 31. Surface / Motion Sensors Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 32. “…it’s not intended to watch a full-length movie or read a book; it’s designed around what we call microinteractions. It’s designed for fast and brief experiences.” – Google Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 33. First Semester on Google Glass Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 34. Student Created Google Glass Apps #eyeCatch A Google Glass word recognition app that gives you two sets of eyes by reading and registering specified words to assist the busy, the lazy, and/or the unfortunately oblivious. Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 35. Is Google Glass the future of news? Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 36. How much data is there? Our 15th Century counter parts experienced less data in their entire lifetime than we do in a a single day. Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 37. How big is “Big Data” really? “Every day, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data -- so much so that 90% of the data in the world has been created in the last two years alone.” ~ IBM Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 38. What is “Big Data?” We now leave a trail of digital exhaust, a perpetual stream of text, location and other data. ~ Human Face of Big Data http://www.dr4ward.com/dr4ward/2012/09/how-to-measure-the-world-using-big-data-humanfaceofbigdata-video.html Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 39. What is in your Digital Exhaust?” http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=x2eCAgQ1DTo Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 40. What do you think the biggest issues facing digital and social media are right now? False Tweet from hacked @AP 's handle during market hours wiped out ~ $136 Billion from the S&P 500 in less than 1.5 minutes. April 23, 2013 #NewhouseGLDSM Trust Saturday, March 1, 14
  • 41. How will you define Wearable Technology? Saturday, March 1, 14

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