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140130 Wearables and Lifelogging

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Status and visions of wearables and lifelogging. There is more to the quantified self than just narcissistic health monitoring.

Status and visions of wearables and lifelogging. There is more to the quantified self than just narcissistic health monitoring.


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  • 1. WEARABLE COMPUTING AND LIFELOGGING By Odd-Wiking Rahlff Senior User Experience Designer, Visma Software Int. AS Presented for Ifi Design, January 30th 2014
  • 2. AGENDA ¢  The Vision ¢  History ¢  Status ¢  Challenges ¢  The Future ¢  Discussion
  • 3. VISION OF WEARABLES ¢  (Web)connected electronic gadgets with displays and sensors and actuators that are made to be worn like clothes or accessories. ¢  Interweaves with daily life and activities ¢  ”Bitstream relays”
  • 4. BUT USED FOR WHAT? ¢  The next cool thing looking for a need? ¢  Self tracking – quantified self – biometrics —  —  —  —  ¢  Advanced step counter Training assistance Fitness and sleep monitor … Life logging —  —  —  —  Photolog Places you have been Sounds around Parasitic on other gadgets ¢  ¢  ¢  ¢  Phone log Twitterlog FB-log Sense augmentation and AR
  • 5. HISTORY OF A TIMEPIECE ?!
  • 6. HISTORY OF WEARABLES AS SUCH ¢  1980s: Steve Mann, MIT http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Mann
  • 7. STATUS FROM CES 2014 SONY SMARTBAND AND CORE FOR LIFELOGGING
  • 8. OTHER WEARABLE LOGGERS ¢  Jawbone Up ¢  Nike Fuelband ¢  Fitbit tracker ¢  Livescribe Pen
  • 9. …BUT THERE IS MORE THAN THIS “The bracelet will become available in limited quantities worldwide later this month. It comes in a striking rose gold colorway, which takes cues from high-end timepieces, with a clasp, bezel and screws manufactured from 316 series stainless steel. The beautifully crafted metal components are then hand-polished to a mirror finish and given a beautiful and extremely durable PVD coating. The Rose Gold Nike+ FuelBand SE will be available from select retail locations and nike.com beginning November 21, 2013 for a suggested retail price of $169 USD”
  • 10. SETTING YOUR MARK ON THE TIMELINE Neanderthal hands, El Castillo, Spain
  • 11. SAINT-LOUPE-DE-VARENNES, 1826 Joseph Nicéphore Niépce
  • 12. FACES FROZEN IN TIME, 1839
  • 13. MY GREAT GRANDMOTHER JENNY – BORNHOLM 1914
  • 14. LIFELOGGING  ¢  “The cover story spotlights the controversial practice of lifelogging - the painstaking effort to capture a life in photos, letters, keepsakes, video, audio recordings and more.” ¢  CACM, May 2010
  • 15. REASONS FOR LOGGING ¢  The —  —  —  frail human memory Memory Glasses [deVaul, MIT, 2003] Remembrance Agent [Rhodes, 1996] MyLifeBits [Gordon Bell] ¢  Self inspection ¢  The Innerverse
  • 16. THE REVISITED TIMELINE ¢  Leeds, October 1888 —  ¢  Berlin 1900 —  ¢  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1e8hnCRrGoE London 1926 —  ¢  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-m9A8mY-U0 London 1904 —  ¢  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=myQpkIlv_lw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwahIQz0o-M London revisited —  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5kml92pPjx0 E.g. Odd hits, July 6.1962 (27:40)
  • 17. PERSONAL AND SHARED STORIES Personal ¢  From Big Brother ¢  To “Little Brother”s Group Public
  • 18. NEEDS FOR STORAGE ¢  ¢  Books (~ 1 MB /book) All the books in the world - Library of Congress —  —  ¢  All the Movies in the world 100-200.000 —  ¢  28 mill books 28 TB Some PB A logged Life —  100 TB October 2013: “3D magnetic storage breakthrough enables 100TB+ hard drives” [Source: G.Bell, 2001. Kahle, 2004] 18
  • 19. SEARCHING YOUR LIFELOG… ¢  Words in my talkstream ¢  Places I’ve visited ¢  Along my Timeline ¢  Places my heart raced ¢  Times of joy ¢  … ¢  By active search… ¢  …or —  by passive Contextual triggering
  • 20. FACEBOOK TIMELINE, SEPTEMBER 2011
  • 21. BITSTREAMS 21 (s,ID,t,…) senso r s tag ID f(s,ID,t,…)
  • 22. THE INTERWEAVING OF THE STREAMS ¢  The things we see The things we see together ¢  ”I feel a great disturbance in the Force” ¢ 
  • 23. CHALLENGES ¢  Data integrity and privacy ¢  Fragmented standards ¢  Proprietary walled gardens —  —  —  —  Apple Samsung Sony … ¢  Battery —  The endless charging cycles ¢  Synchronisation ¢  Data preservation ¢  Usefulness
  • 24. DATA FOR WHOM? ¢  Yourself of course! ¢  NSA ¢  China ¢  Google ¢  Facebook ¢  PST ¢  Your pedigree?
  • 25. INHERITANCE OF LIFELOG
  • 26. THE FUTURE – INCORPORATION CORP. ¢  Google Glass
  • 27. WEARABLES SEEP IN EVERY…WEAR
  • 28. SUMMARY ¢  Wearable technology and lifelogging is here to stay ¢  First person perspective logging ¢  Changes our perception of reality ¢  Connects with personal and cultural trace ¢  Will be severely targeted by commercial use and secret monitoring ¢  Opens the hive mind
  • 29. DISCUSSION ¢  What would YOU like to get from a wearable? ¢  How do you think these systems will change us?
  • 30. AND THAT’S ALL FOLKS! ¢  Odd-Wiking —  —  Rahlff, oddwiking@gmail.com no.linkedin.com/in/oddwiking/