The future of looking back Brunel University | The HCDI Seminars Series | 2nd October 2012 | @rbanks
MicrosoftResearchCambridge
social                 computerscience                  science           interaction           design
See: “On HumanRemains” by Kirk &Sellen.
See: “Passing on andputting to rest” byOdom et al
PHYSICAL       DIGITAL Unique.      Duplicable.  Senses.     Interactive.  Space.      Shareable.   Age.        Persistent...
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How should we think of our systems in the long term, not just the short? What are the obligations of service   providers t...
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Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012
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Future of looking back - Prof. Richard Banks at HCDI seminar 2 October 2012

  1. 1. The future of looking back Brunel University | The HCDI Seminars Series | 2nd October 2012 | @rbanks
  2. 2. MicrosoftResearchCambridge
  3. 3. social computerscience science interaction design
  4. 4. See: “On HumanRemains” by Kirk &Sellen.
  5. 5. See: “Passing on andputting to rest” byOdom et al
  6. 6. PHYSICAL DIGITAL Unique. Duplicable. Senses. Interactive. Space. Shareable. Age. Persistent. Patina. Malleable.Perception. Metadata. Collections.
  7. 7. See video of Digital Slide Viewer at:http://vimeo.com/14119000
  8. 8. See video of Backup Box at:http://vimeo.com/14119374
  9. 9. See video of Timecard at:http://vimeo.com/17645562
  10. 10. http://projectgreenwich.research.Microsoft.com
  11. 11. How should we think of our systems in the long term, not just the short? What are the obligations of service providers to issues of legacy? How do we manage growingvolumes of media that are inheritable? How do we provide new tools for reflection?
  12. 12. P10456.JPG
  13. 13. An object Clusters of data
  14. 14. Thanks@rbanks
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