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Experimenting a wearable future
Google Glass and its context
Adobe User Group; Connecting Devices, December 17, 2013
Daphne Channa Horn
Documentary photography, glassexplorer.nl
Glass as connected wearable

IPAN, December 3, 2013
http://www.businessinsider.com/the-future-of-digital-2013-2013-11#-17
People

Services

Things

Image: Simplio.com
Connected experiences with meaning

Optimized

Meaning
Data intelligence is the new online value
pagerank
pagerank

network effect
network+effect

conversations
conversa0ons

int...
gravity.com
Internet of everything
Internet of everything people
Wireless in the world, Timo Arnall
From search to relevant agent
Google Now
A new kind of products
Or product-service-ecosystems
Wearable devices are boiling down the implused
shaped services
Design for Glass
Learnings
Static cards
Input

Live cards

Immersion
Menus
Technical learnings
▪ Cloud apps/Static cards
▪ work via REST API (Mirror API) interface (all languages possible)
▪ have n...
The principle
Design for Glass

Don’t get in the way

Keep it relevant

Avoid the unexpected

Build for people
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S80mE3kQTJ0
3 clients, 3 design cases
Enhance an existing service with contextual smartness
!
!

Connect the data from the cloud to th...
Greenwheels service: sesame open
Open and close with Glass
Step 1: connect accounts
Step 2: make a reservation
Step 3 & 4: get a reminder and navigate to car
15 min before reservation
step 5: standing next to the car: open via voice
Connected the mirror API to
Greenwheels back-end




Keep the flow simple and focused 




Think timely and context-full
bol.com and the power of the data
enhance the real world
EYE; a new way of storytelling
open up the museum
Principle: find the stories in the space
Glass inspires new ways of interacting,
using head gestures and in real presence
Storytelling is a powerful guideline
Overall learnings
▪ There are no apps, you create relations with apps. See it as subcriptions
▪ You always start with the ...
So: Meaning of Glass
Signpost for context driven wearable tech
Glass forces to think in context and timely and
usage-driven interactions.
Google has the power to shape this relevancy
driven world, as they did with search.
Other wearables will walk the same road. So use
these findings to model your product/service &
marketing.
November 2013

Glass Development Kit 1st release
!

January 2014

prescription Glass

Milestones

!

April 2014 (expected)...
/os
2006: video

2000: advertising
2004: mail

1998: web

2006: office
2008: mobile

2005: maps
2005: analytics

2011: wallet
...
Most Advanced, Yet Acceptable
Raymond Loewy (1893-1986)
ok daphne,

take a picture
Thanks!
Iskander Smit, @iskandr, labs.info.nl
Daphne Channa Horn, @ikbendaf, glassexplorer.nl
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  1. 1. Experimenting a wearable future Google Glass and its context Adobe User Group; Connecting Devices, December 17, 2013
  2. 2. Daphne Channa Horn Documentary photography, glassexplorer.nl
  3. 3. Glass as connected wearable IPAN, December 3, 2013
  4. 4. http://www.businessinsider.com/the-future-of-digital-2013-2013-11#-17
  5. 5. People Services Things Image: Simplio.com
  6. 6. Connected experiences with meaning Optimized Meaning
  7. 7. Data intelligence is the new online value pagerank pagerank network effect network+effect conversations conversa0ons intelligence big+data
  8. 8. gravity.com
  9. 9. Internet of everything
  10. 10. Internet of everything people
  11. 11. Wireless in the world, Timo Arnall
  12. 12. From search to relevant agent Google Now
  13. 13. A new kind of products Or product-service-ecosystems
  14. 14. Wearable devices are boiling down the implused shaped services
  15. 15. Design for Glass Learnings
  16. 16. Static cards Input Live cards Immersion Menus
  17. 17. Technical learnings ▪ Cloud apps/Static cards ▪ work via REST API (Mirror API) interface (all languages possible) ▪ have no access to sensors except location ▪ Subscription model also in engineering: example menus ! ▪ Native apps ▪ are in essence Android apps (APKs, Java) ▪ SDK (GDK) released in November
  18. 18. The principle
  19. 19. Design for Glass
 Don’t get in the way
 Keep it relevant
 Avoid the unexpected
 Build for people
  20. 20. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S80mE3kQTJ0
  21. 21. 3 clients, 3 design cases Enhance an existing service with contextual smartness ! ! Connect the data from the cloud to the moment to create a new value from their knowledge. ! ! With EYE we enhance the physical space.
  22. 22. Greenwheels service: sesame open Open and close with Glass
  23. 23. Step 1: connect accounts
  24. 24. Step 2: make a reservation
  25. 25. Step 3 & 4: get a reminder and navigate to car 15 min before reservation
  26. 26. step 5: standing next to the car: open via voice
  27. 27. Connected the mirror API to Greenwheels back-end
 
 Keep the flow simple and focused 
 
 Think timely and context-full
  28. 28. bol.com and the power of the data enhance the real world
  29. 29. EYE; a new way of storytelling open up the museum
  30. 30. Principle: find the stories in the space
  31. 31. Glass inspires new ways of interacting, using head gestures and in real presence Storytelling is a powerful guideline
  32. 32. Overall learnings ▪ There are no apps, you create relations with apps. See it as subcriptions ▪ You always start with the journey of the Glass-user to look for moments of nearby interactions with the service ▪ Limit the interactions, make no long trees ▪ More than ever: don’t make me think! ▪ Use existing knowledge from data and profiles ▪ Context rules: obey the moment ▪ Make it fun to use by creating magic
  33. 33. So: Meaning of Glass Signpost for context driven wearable tech
  34. 34. Glass forces to think in context and timely and usage-driven interactions.
  35. 35. Google has the power to shape this relevancy driven world, as they did with search.
  36. 36. Other wearables will walk the same road. So use these findings to model your product/service & marketing.
  37. 37. November 2013 Glass Development Kit 1st release ! January 2014 prescription Glass Milestones ! April 2014 (expected) introduction on US market ! ??? Introduction Europe
  38. 38. /os
  39. 39. 2006: video 2000: advertising 2004: mail 1998: web 2006: office 2008: mobile 2005: maps 2005: analytics 2011: wallet Google’s spinning the world… 2011: people (plus) 2012: life (now) 2013: things http://designmind.frogdesign.com/blog/envisioning-your-future-in-2020.html
  40. 40. Most Advanced, Yet Acceptable Raymond Loewy (1893-1986)
  41. 41. ok daphne, take a picture
  42. 42. Thanks! Iskander Smit, @iskandr, labs.info.nl Daphne Channa Horn, @ikbendaf, glassexplorer.nl
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