Alex Haw Lecture - 090527 - University of Technology Sydney - Smartlight Sydney - Luminous Surveillance - 566
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Luminous Surveillance: In this lecture, Alex Haw, director of atmos talks about media technologies and how they spark creativity in his practice's design processes.

Luminous Surveillance: In this lecture, Alex Haw, director of atmos talks about media technologies and how they spark creativity in his practice's design processes.

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Alex Haw Lecture - 090527 - University of Technology Sydney - Smartlight Sydney - Luminous Surveillance - 566 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. luminous surveillance @ Smart Light Sydney alex haw - atmos 26 05 . 09
  • 2. In June America’s Departments of Justice and Homeland Security and a grouping of American police chiefs released the “Suspicious Activity Report—Support and Implementation Project”. Inspired in part by the approach of the Los Angeles Police Department, it urges police to question people who, among other things, use binoculars, count footsteps, take notes, draw diagrams, change appearance, speak with security staff, and photograph objects “with no apparent aesthetic value.”
  • 3. P300 "Brain Fingerprinting": A Very Freaky Future Indeed http://jeffjonas.typepad.com/jeff_jonas/2007/01/p300_brain_fing.html We may not be far away from the thoughtcrime described in 1984. “Apparently, your brain creates a very specific electrical brain response, known as P300, when one is presented with information that is already contained in one’s mind. If you recognize the information (i.e., it is familiar to you), you will have a P300 response. There is no way to avoid this; it is a biological/electrical stimulus response event. Sort of like a lie detector, only (reportedly) always accurate. P300 is already being used in court as admissible evidence by both defense and prosecuting attorneys.” On March 5, 2001 Pottawattamie County, Iowa District Court Judge Tim O'Grady ruled that Brain Fingerprinting® testing is admissible in court.
  • 4. Hsinchun Chen, head of the Artificial Intelligence Lab at the University of Arizona says “sentiment analysis”, which he performs for American and international intelligence agencies, is an emerging and booming field. The goal is to identify changes in the behaviour and language of internet users that could indicate that angry young men are becoming potential suicide-bombers. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), a lobby, says the list maintained by the Terrorist Screening Centre at the FBI now has more than 900,000 names, with 20,000 more every month. Abdul Bakier, a former official in Jordan’s General Intelligence Department, says that tips to foil data-mining systems are discussed at length on some extremist online forums. Tricks such as calling phone-sex hotlines can help make a profile less suspicious.
  • 5. “Meat tagged in readiness for crime surge” 20 October 08 Alan Hyder “Retailers preparing for a rapid rise in crime due to the credit crunch are placing electronic tags on expensive cuts of meat.”
  • 6. COTS Dust GOALS: • Create a network of sensors • Explore system design issues • Provide a platform to test Dust components • Use off the shelf components
  • 7. COTS Dust - RF Motes – Atmel Microprocessor – RF Monolithics transceiver • 916MHz, ~20m range, 4800 bps – 1 week fully active, 2 yr @1% N W E S 2 Axis Magnetic Sensor 2 Axis Accelerometer Light Intensity Sensor Humidity Sensor Pressure Sensor Temperature Sensor
  • 8. 1 Mbps CMOS imaging receiver 10mW, 1mrad Optical Filter Collection Lens 64x64 CMOS Imager 10cm 5mm 200m Photosensor CRC Check SIPO Shift Local Bus Driver Register 2 km Field of View of Single Pixel Signal Processing A/D Conversion Off Chip Bus Driver Pixel Array
  • 9. 2D beam scanning AR coated dome lens Steering Mirror laser CMOS ASIC
  • 10. Dust Delivery • Floaters • Autorotators – solar cells • Rockets – thermopiles MOTE • MAVs
  • 11. CamScape @ your computer
  • 12. CCLTV @ Euston & Marylebone Road
  • 13. SeeCTV v.4 @ The Old Express Dairy , Kings Cross
  • 14. SeeCTV v.1 @ British Film Institute , South Bank
  • 15. SpaceBook : domestic optical networking @ The Milan Triennale
  • 16. SpacePro @ The LightHouse, Brighton
  • 17. Hurry Up Please IT’S TIME @ Big Chill House / Roxy Bar & Screen
  • 18. LightHive @ the Architectural Association / the Light Forum
  • 19. LightFall @ the Cutty Sark DLR
  • 20. Elizabeth Garrett Anderson Memorial @ University Colleg Hospital , London
  • 21. The Dezzzk @ your office , anywhere in the world ( courtesy Bene )
  • 22. Work / Space / Ply / Time @ London Design Week / Hong Kong – Shenzhen Biennale
  • 23. Surf @ August Art
  • 24. sweeping under the plasterboard @ private home, Islington
  • 25. WingScape @ various locations throughout Yorkshire
  • 26. Tidal Bridge @ Upper Thames Street, London
  • 27. Incel @ DAM & Deutsche Borse , Frankfurt
  • 28. Sunlands @ Middle Dock , Canary Wharf