CMU Silicon Valley

                                TED SELKER                         Buisness mentoring
                ...
Context Aware Computing

Using Sensors and Virtual sensors
To understand and
respect human intention
:Industrial Design Intelligence:
                  Engineering and evaluation a perspective
                 http://cac.me...
Industrial Design Intelligence:
Courses and workshops

The movement of product design from a style-based
discipline to a c...
• We live in “virtual” and “real” worlds
• We must evaluate to contribute
  With new,
  Intelligent,
  Technology
Exposing function through design -
Scenario, human connection, technology, evaluation
Product Design?
• Art: creating ideas to create an emotional reaction
• Science: creating ideas that other people cite
• D...
What does a designer do?
       Necessity: mother of invention?


• Plan to create something?
• Limits to planning
   – Pr...
Kitchen technology born with people

             190,000 years of cooking,




Plumbing 1500 BC

                        ...
Kitchen design created people…




  Kitchen gadget 1500 BC   2004 AD
Make rather than store dishes?




• Personalized dishes
• When you need them
Smart useful things
• Materials           Chameleon mug
   – Look like a mug when coffee
   – Look like a tumber when ice ...
Creating Thinkpads?
In Keyboard
Pointing
              Finger Control Everywhere!
Remote Controls
Air Traffic Control     TrackPoint
Surgical ...
Towards a Behavioral Motor Match
•   Placement
•   Eye Tracking
•   Wiggly Fingers
•   Going Fast
•   Movement Feedback
• ...
Scrolling....
                 Does another input help?


     great 3

very good 2

     good 1

     OK      0

     poo...
Petina
Privately on you?

On you, private?
Forms and their implications
             Keyboard size and implications
                     Hinge and implications

    ...
$100 Laptop studies
Artifacts and Evaluation


                Hildegard Schmaltz <schhi@leatherman.com>
    08/13/2001 06:38 PM
             ...
User System Ergonomic Research
        IBM Almaden Research Center
            San Jose California
Physical,

            ...
Creating …
Integrated
Augmented Kitchen
Chandelier video projector
Chandelier Video Projector
A Spoon that teaches cooking




• Better food
• Teaching cooking
Sec.
             Graphical interface mappings               20
                                                       17....
Invention is a performance -
Personal credo

• Inventing is like an action movie
   – Grab for a branch, it breaks, land i...
1.    Annotated smart kitchen                                    Recognizing and coaching activity in kitchen
            ...
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design
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Industrial Design Intelligence: Evaluation Supporting Aesthetic and Functional Design

  1. 1. CMU Silicon Valley TED SELKER Buisness mentoring MIT Media Lab The Generator Fund User System Ergonomic Research Context Aware Group IBM Almaden Research Center, 1999 - 2008 Stanford University Physical, D Graphical, M T & Cognitive L B ALU Reg Human Computer Interface
  2. 2. Context Aware Computing Using Sensors and Virtual sensors To understand and respect human intention
  3. 3. :Industrial Design Intelligence: Engineering and evaluation a perspective http://cac.media.mit.edu/weblogs/idi04/assignments • Sept 12 :TrackPoint; the makings of an ergonomic product and article Sept 14 :Famous Industrial Design examples; Design of the 20th Century Sept 19 :Discussion of product design projects • Sept 21 :Thinkpad stories of design challenges and solutions Sept 26 :Prototyping stories, deconstruct product • Sept 28 :Invention and evaluation of graphical interfaces Oct 3 :Physical model making Oct 5 :Discuss project description proposals and paper Oct 10 :Columbus day Oct 12 :Discuss project description proposals, discuss ID magazine Oct 17 :The Idea of Design: perspectives from the design world Oct 19 :Project mock-ups presented, and discuss Charles Eames Oct 24 :Discuss Design for the real world, and Raymond Loewy Oct 26 :Discuss project evaluation and Richard Sapper Nov 7 :Sensation and Perception and deconstruct product Nov 9 :Memory and Learning Nov 14 :Writing a paper Nov 16 :Motor control Nov 21 :Project evaluation discussion Nov 23 :Thanksgiving Nov 28 :Discuss drafts of papers Nov 30 :Product lifecycle Dec 5 :Psychology of everyday things Dec 7 :Presenting projects Dec 12 :Project reviews
  4. 4. Industrial Design Intelligence: Courses and workshops The movement of product design from a style-based discipline to a cognitive science and engineering- supported, aesthetics-based discipline. We strive to expose technology gracefully in products. A course in mechatronics is a small beginning for a product designer to understand the vast array of materials, how to design new materials, and how to understand the psychological and behavioral realities of humans. Multidisciplinary teams can help, but it is difficult for people to continually argue from different perspectives. We must educate ourselves to span evaluation engineering and aesthetics to move product design into a future where things look and act in a natural way.
  5. 5. • We live in “virtual” and “real” worlds • We must evaluate to contribute With new, Intelligent, Technology
  6. 6. Exposing function through design - Scenario, human connection, technology, evaluation
  7. 7. Product Design? • Art: creating ideas to create an emotional reaction • Science: creating ideas that other people cite • Design: is creating things of value
  8. 8. What does a designer do? Necessity: mother of invention? • Plan to create something? • Limits to planning – Practice helps (chess) • Empathy does it exist? – I know what the designer will do – I know what the engineer will need – I know how this will be used • Assign a designer? – Domain and technology matter • Grocery shopping aint rocket science
  9. 9. Kitchen technology born with people 190,000 years of cooking, Plumbing 1500 BC Namche Bazzar today
  10. 10. Kitchen design created people… Kitchen gadget 1500 BC 2004 AD
  11. 11. Make rather than store dishes? • Personalized dishes • When you need them
  12. 12. Smart useful things • Materials Chameleon mug – Look like a mug when coffee – Look like a tumber when ice tea • Electronics Leftover timer – Count days in fridge • Smarts … Talking Trivet… – Needs re-warming – Hot and ready to eat – Cooked and ready to take out – Fire!
  13. 13. Creating Thinkpads?
  14. 14. In Keyboard Pointing Finger Control Everywhere! Remote Controls Air Traffic Control TrackPoint Surgical Instruments Sightless Pointing Prosthetics pointing Steering Two Handed Industrial Controllers Arcade Games In Mouse Scrolled
  15. 15. Towards a Behavioral Motor Match • Placement • Eye Tracking • Wiggly Fingers • Going Fast • Movement Feedback • Gripiness • Mouse Lockout Select and Type
  16. 16. Scrolling.... Does another input help? great 3 very good 2 good 1 OK 0 poor -1 very poor -2 terrible -3 Mouse WheelMouse JSMouse 2hand
  17. 17. Petina
  18. 18. Privately on you? On you, private?
  19. 19. Forms and their implications Keyboard size and implications Hinge and implications • Keyboard size and implications • Hinge implications • Durability, maintainability • look
  20. 20. $100 Laptop studies
  21. 21. Artifacts and Evaluation Hildegard Schmaltz <schhi@leatherman.com> 08/13/2001 06:38 PM To: "Ted Selker (E-mail)" <selker@media.mit.edu> cc: Subject: WAVE IS DANGEROUS Dear Mr. Selker, We are very sorry to hear of your accident with the Wave. Your email was the first time that we have heard of this type of accident with this tool. In consulting with our engineering department, they wonder if the tool may have a damaged component. We would like to get the tool back to the factory for inspection and repair or replacement as soon as possible. For your convenience, we can have your tool picked up by UPS Call Tag
  22. 22. User System Ergonomic Research IBM Almaden Research Center San Jose California Physical, Graphical, & Cognitive Human Computer Interface
  23. 23. Creating …
  24. 24. Integrated
  25. 25. Augmented Kitchen
  26. 26. Chandelier video projector
  27. 27. Chandelier Video Projector
  28. 28. A Spoon that teaches cooking • Better food • Teaching cooking
  29. 29. Sec. Graphical interface mappings 20 17.5 Selction Performance: Masked (top) and Unmasked 15 16 12.5 14 12 Restrained Free 10 10 8 7.5 6 4 Masked 5 Day 1 2 2.5 Unmasked 0 No Mask -20 -40 -60 -80 -100 0 T1 T2 T3 T4
  30. 30. Invention is a performance - Personal credo • Inventing is like an action movie – Grab for a branch, it breaks, land in the water and swim… – The way it doesn’t work moves you forward • Audition stories and roles – Think of many possible ways out • keep thinking about it • All the world is a stage. – Slowly replace pantomime for real sets and actors • Have things/ideas compete, not people • Pretend things are the way you want them • Create it from anything – All tools are made of other tools – Prototype here and now
  31. 31. 1. Annotated smart kitchen Recognizing and coaching activity in kitchen 2. Alzheimer's Living Center Adaptive interface to support communication for people with dementia 3. Attention vending machine Socially interpreted interactive media in a vending machine 4. Audio interface tool Tool for exploring audio interface for voting and telephones 5. Attention meter Camera input for interactive 6. Bike alert Auto system for telling bike car door might open 7. Car coach Feedback to improve driving 8. Climbing interface Platform for museum interactive 9. Context builder Context aware application engine 10. Considerate thing Sensor/ electronics platform for making considerate things Context 11. Chameleon tables Computer interactive tables with height control and sensing 12. Digital cigarette Motivation and relationship building demonstration 13. Disruption manager Semantic based system to mediate desktop interactions 14. Driftcatcher Socially aware email annotation interactive 15. Dishmaker Recycling kitchen manufacturing Aware 16. e-Bed Eye gesture based GUI 17. e-Clay 24 degree of freedom design input tool 18. e-Floor Socially aware floor interactive 19. e-Helmet Wearable for mediating communication for bicyclist 20. e-Threshold Context aware receptionist Platforms 21. EyeaRe Glasses that can tell interest alertness 22. Exercar Pedaling accelerator improves acuity and reduces fatigue 23. Face Interface Caricature teaching of facial gesture interface affordances 24. Gesture music ball Instrument builds itself for you 25. Haptic tuner Adaptive feedback to coordinate and improve peoples musical collaboration Demonstrations and design 26. Interruption Manager GUI mediation for any platform 27. Kitchen phone System to control and enhance grocery experiences tools for recognizing and 28. Invision Eye gesture based preference system 29. Low Error Voting Interface New approach to ballot design for improved access and accuracy respecting intention across 30. Media jukebox Model and feedback smart interactive for selection of media 31. Media windshield Augmented reality car domains and scenarios 32. Minerva Viewing food to suggest recipes 33. Mobile essence Meeting collaboration support system 34. MrWeb, Collaborative web tools 35. PlaceMap Location aware engine 36. Power bra Power harvesting system collects 1 watt from breathing 37. Secure Architecture For Voting Electronically New approach to reliability/security Ted Selker 38. SMS mediator No cell phone software meeting mediator Selker@media.mit.edu 39. 40. Smart dice Smart spoon Progressive math teaching interactive Sensors for teaching cooking 41. Smart sink Sensing use of sink for ease and safety 42. Smart refrigerator Energy reducing, food improving preservation 43. Smart utensils Sensing to teach and coach food preparation 44. Talking Trivet, e-sleeve, shoulder pet One sensor systems that react to intention 45. Thought for food Systems to use common sense and feedback to interact with food and recipes 46. USPS concept truck Annotation, location awareness support for commercial delivery, (8 demos) 47. Voyager Location aware system for interactive campus, grocery store, etc. 48. Wireless dashboard Harvested power for sensing and control

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