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We are on the verge of the next era in Human-Computer Interaction: Agentive technologies accessed through “Natural” interactions. In this talk by Cooper Directors Christopher Noessel and Stefan ...

We are on the verge of the next era in Human-Computer Interaction: Agentive technologies accessed through “Natural” interactions. In this talk by Cooper Directors Christopher Noessel and Stefan Klocek, we will discuss the nature of these technologies, the challenges that they will pose for interaction designers and urban planners, the best metaphors for thinking about these technologies, and share three scenarios illustrating what it might be like to interact with Jinn technology in the context of the city.

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  • 1. The Jinni and the cityA framework for designing cities that work for people
  • 2. CooperChris Noessel Stefan Klocek@chrisnoessel @klocekianchris@cooper.com chris@cooper.com
  • 3. The jinni frameworkA look at where technology is headed.
  • 4. How does the Jinni Frameworkhelp us design better, smarter cities?
  • 5. Too often the focus is on infrastructure
  • 6. Too often the focus is on infrastructure
  • 7. Jinni shift the focus to the relationshipsbetween people and their environment.
  • 8. Scenario 1The city helps Frances build a new park
  • 9. Home Workplace
  • 10. Social media Reviews Check-insHome Workplace
  • 11. Social media Design Reviews Check-ins CyclingHome Workplace Cocktails Live music Travel Local food Outdoors
  • 12. Greenspace
  • 13. Green Thisspace location
  • 14. Green Thisspace location 1 Supporter
  • 15. Green Thisspace location 232 Supporters
  • 16. Green Thisspace location Proposed design 232 Supporters
  • 17. Green space This location Proposed design
  • 18. Green space This location Proposed design
  • 19. Green space This location Proposed design
  • 20. Green space This location Proposed design
  • 21. Scenario 2The city helps its citizens through an earthquake
  • 22. Thinking of the city as jinn Puts a focus on people, places, and conversationsWhile still being grounded in forward-looking technology