#TFT12: Amber Case

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Presentation for #TFT12: Location and the Future of the Interface
In this presentation, Geoloqi founder Amber Case will highlight why developers of apps should look at what users want to do now, as well as what users want to do in the future, why social apps should try to mirror real-world relationships, why sharing should be about who you share with as well as how long you're sharing, and why developers should think about how to make apps "ambient" and require less user interaction.

See Amber's TFT speaker Pinterest board: http://pinterest.com/servicedesk/amber-case/

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#TFT12: Amber Case

  1. 1. LOCATION AND THE FUTURE OF THE INTERFACE Amber case
  2. 2. Location and the Future of the Interface TFT 2012 Amber Case http://caseorganic.com/ @caseorganic
  3. 3. We are all cyborgs
  4. 4. Flickr: cybertoad
  5. 5. http://farm1.static.flickr.com/119/293670483_cbce23bdde_b.jpg Flickr: soylentgreen23
  6. 6. Univac 1 ~1950’s iPhone ~2000’s
  7. 7. I. Problems
  8. 8. Persistent Paleontology
  9. 9. II. History
  10. 10. Self-Portrait of Steve Mannwith WearableComputingApparatus 1981. slideshare.net/caseorganic
  11. 11. Diminished Reality vs. Augmented Reality •  Adding your own layer onto reality •  Replacing public messages with your own
  12. 12. Adblock: Image recognition, processing and replacement.
  13. 13. Collaborative Reality
  14. 14. Remember the Milk Contextual Notification Systems Virtual Post-It Notes with ImageProcessing 1995 @caseorganic slideshare.net/caseorganic
  15. 15. Computer-Mediated Reality: Face Recognition and History
  16. 16. Sousveillance:MaybeCam
  17. 17. Evolution of Prosthesis slideshare.net/caseorganic
  18. 18. Present-Day Steve Mann •  Extremely lightweight equipment •  Most people have this in their pocket
  19. 19. Present-Day Steve Mann •  Extremely lightweight equipment •  Most people have this in their pocket
  20. 20. Text goes here
  21. 21. III. Persistent Architecture
  22. 22. Englebart’sCyborgGlove
  23. 23. Text goes here
  24. 24. Twiddler by HandyKey Corporation One-Handed Key Chording USB Keyboard @caseorganic
  25. 25. Inputs
  26. 26. ThadStarner
  27. 27. Borg Group – MIT Media Lab
  28. 28. Sandy Pentland
  29. 29. GA Tech
  30. 30. V. Non-visual wearablecomputing
  31. 31. HapticCompassBelt
  32. 32. Future
  33. 33. IV. The Future
  34. 34. What is an ambientapplication? @caseorganic slideshare.net/caseorganic
  35. 35. What is an ambient application?  Processes occur in the background  Data is pushed to the user  User input can come in many forms, not just through keyboard input@caseorganic slideshare.net/caseorganic
  36. 36. Information should be pushed to you A robot working for you behind the scenes. The more it knows about you the more it can do for you.@caseorganic slideshare.net/caseorganic
  37. 37. Ambient user input  User’s location  Time of day  Current speed (slow or fast?)  Average speed over time (driving vs. walking)  Prior actions (clicks, subscriptions  User’s friends on another platform@caseorganic slideshare.net/caseorganic
  38. 38. your phone is a remotecontrol for reality.
  39. 39. •  Actions as buttons •  Invisible interfaces •  Trigger-based interactionsCalm technology
  40. 40. The interfacedisappears •  Actions are Reduced •  Queries are Eliminated
  41. 41. TheInvisible 80mInterface 900m
  42. 42. A Collectionof InvisibleButtons
  43. 43. Types of Interactions•  Entering•  Exiting•  Dwelling at a place
  44. 44. Proximal Notification
  45. 45. AmbientNotification
  46. 46. Geonotes
  47. 47. your phone becomes a remote control for reality. @caseorganic slideshare.net/caseorganic
  48. 48. Use Case: Home Automation Energy management and notifications   Enter the house, the lights turn on   Leave, and the lights turn off
  49. 49. Real-TimeHyperlocalWeather
  50. 50. BringingWikipedia to Life
  51. 51. Credit: Reid Beels
  52. 52. Real-Life Gaming
  53. 53. mapattack.org
  54. 54. Monitorsignificant eventsnot all events“Dave, who is normally in New York, isin town. Both of your schedules arefree at noon”.
  55. 55. @caseorganic slideshare.net/caseorganic
  56. 56. @caseorganic
  57. 57. Personal location analytics
  58. 58. Inform users of significant social updates. @caseorganic slideshare.net/caseorganic
  59. 59. Everyone has a unique footprint of their city. @caseorganic slideshare.net/caseorganic
  60. 60. Location-Based Triggers Create triggers based on where people are. @caseorganic slideshare.net/caseorganic
  61. 61. 9:00AmSend users a message if theyre notwithin a radius within a certain timeperiod. @caseorganic geoloqi.org/API/trigger/create
  62. 62. Layers ofFunctionality (Geo-plugins)
  63. 63. Geonotes Leavemessages foryour futureself!
  64. 64. But…
  65. 65. BatteryDrain
  66. 66. Solvingthoseproblemsenablesentireindustries
  67. 67. The best interface isinvisible. slideshare.net/caseorganic
  68. 68. No longer this. slideshare.net/caseorganic
  69. 69. This! slideshare.net/caseorganic
  70. 70. Thank you! Amber Case http://caseorganic.com/ @caseorganic
  71. 71. WITH THANKS TO OUR SPONSOR bmc remedyforce #TFT returns may 2013

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