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Making Meaningful Design with the Internet of Things

  1. 1. January 29, 2013 1Making MeaningfulDesign with theInternet of ThingsWebvisions Portland 2013
  2. 2. January 29, 2013 2Making meaningin an internet ofthingsIxD13 Conference Toronto
  3. 3. January 29, 2013 3Making meaningin an internet ofthingsIxD13 Conference Toronto
  4. 4. January 29, 2013 4Making meaningin an internet ofthingsIxD13 Conference Toronto
  5. 5. January 29, 2013 5Online@carladiana_@smart_ixdlabsmartinteractionlab.comsmartdesignworldwide.com
  6. 6. January 29, 2013 6So, what is it, exactly?
  7. 7. January 29, 2013 7Physical devices, digital presenceDynamic, networked, cloud-enabledsensors actuatorsDatastorageComputingFeedback andvisualization
  8. 8. January 29, 2013 8Henry Holtzman, MIT Media LabOriginal IoT vision was a database of tagged items that could be trackedIoT then
  9. 9. January 29, 2013 9Henry Holtzman, MIT Media LabIoT nowWhat we didn’t anticipate is the many devices we would have with computing power
  10. 10. January 29, 2013 10Henry Holtzman, MIT Media LabThe vision is no longer having to say “here’s what I’m doing and here’s why I’m doing it, now help me”
  11. 11. January 29, 2013 11The perfect storm:roboticsaffordable sensorsobject taggingwireless communicationsbroadband
  12. 12. January 29, 2013 12Making meaningin an internet ofthingsIxD13 Conference Toronto
  13. 13. January 29, 2013 13What does this mean for design?
  14. 14. January 29, 2013 14During 2008, the number of thingsconnected to the Internet exceededthe number of people on earth.By 2020 there will be 50 billion.- Cisco Systems
  15. 15. January 29, 2013 15Industry categoriesEnergy Connected Home Lifestyle Home Health CareSports Finance Automotive Entertainment
  16. 16. January 29, 2013 16Visions
  17. 17. January 29, 2013 17The mavericks:throwing spaghetti at the wall
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  19. 19. January 29, 2013 19Ninja blocks
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  22. 22. January 29, 2013 22Karotz, Nabaztag
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  25. 25. January 29, 2013 25Where do we find meaning?
  26. 26. January 29, 2013 26Turning things into knowing?????
  27. 27. January 29, 2013 27me!myself others the worldKnowing about…
  28. 28. January 29, 2013 28datainformationknowledgewisdomHierarchy of meaning
  29. 29. January 29, 2013 29About myselfTrainingSelf controlMindfulnessBehavior changeIdentityme!
  30. 30. January 29, 2013 30The quantified self
  31. 31. January 29, 2013 31The quantified other: pets & plants
  32. 32. January 29, 2013 32The quantified other: pets & plants
  33. 33. January 29, 2013 33Training (real time and reflective learning)
  34. 34. January 29, 2013 34WiThings scale, BPmonitor
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  36. 36. January 29, 2013 36Self control
  37. 37. January 29, 2013 37Self control
  38. 38. January 29, 2013 38Mindfulness
  39. 39. January 29, 2013 39Mavia SystemBehavior change
  40. 40. January 29, 2013 40Identity
  41. 41. January 29, 2013 41About othersVirtual presenceSharingTeam dynamicsHealth care
  42. 42. January 29, 2013 42Virtual presence
  43. 43. January 29, 2013 43Sharing
  44. 44. January 29, 2013 44Team dynamics
  45. 45. January 29, 2013 45Health care
  46. 46. January 29, 2013 46
  47. 47. January 29, 2013 47Aging in place
  48. 48. January 29, 2013 48About our surroundingsExposing the InvisibleRemote monitoring and controlAccessing the inaccessibleMicroscopic/macroscopic
  49. 49. January 29, 2013 49Exposing the invisible
  50. 50. January 29, 2013 50Exposing the invisible
  51. 51. January 29, 2013 51Exposing the invisible
  52. 52. January 29, 2013 52Nest ThermostatRemote control
  53. 53. January 29, 2013 53Philips HueRemote control
  54. 54. January 29, 2013 54Remote control
  55. 55. January 29, 2013 55Remote monitoringThis is my new #Twine helping methaw ground bison for supper
  56. 56. January 29, 2013 56iGrillRemote monitoring
  57. 57. January 29, 2013 57Remote monitoringimages: Twineprojects.comMy @nest thermostat died. Ironicallyit was my Twine that alerted me tothe cold house. Thanks for savingmy pipes.After a fire/smoke scare at myapartment last year (thanks, idiotneighbor) I wanted a smokedetector that could email/SMS/tweeting. The plan is to use Twine.
  58. 58. January 29, 2013 58Belkin WemoRemote control
  59. 59. January 29, 2013 59Energy HubRemote control and monitoring
  60. 60. January 29, 2013 60Remote monitoringTwineprojects.comhttp://www.rtlasersafety.com/workplace-industrial-signs.phpAt work 12 of us pitched in to get theTwine in order to monitor theavailability of the bathroom.
  61. 61. January 29, 2013 61Microscopic/Macroscopic
  62. 62. January 29, 2013 62Self controlMindfulnessTrainingBehavior changeIdentityVirtual presenceSharingTeam dynamicsHealth careRemote monitoring/controlAccessing the inaccessibleExposing the invisibleMacroscopic/microscopicKnowing…me!myself others the world
  63. 63. January 29, 2013 63Bringing us back to the here and now
  64. 64. January 29, 2013 64NateThe screen andkeyboard were ourtraining wheels forhow data can reallybecome part of ourlives
  65. 65. January 29, 2013 65And a few things to keep in mind
  66. 66. January 29, 2013 66Information overload is never fun
  67. 67. January 29, 2013 67Life now, data later
  68. 68. January 29, 2013 68 Context is everything
  69. 69. January 29, 2013 69Communication defines personality
  70. 70. January 29, 2013 70Playing nice with others
  71. 71. January 29, 2013 71Knowing when to borrow the screen
  72. 72. January 29, 2013 72Methods:trying it out and making it happen
  73. 73. January 29, 2013 73Hacking what’s out there
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  82. 82. January 29, 2013 823GLowest frictionWiFiIn a home, office (not moving)BridgeRouterBT4ZigbeeIRFTethered (USB, headphone)NFC (trusted network)RFID
  83. 83. January 29, 2013 83Something fun
  84. 84. January 29, 2013 84
  85. 85. January 29, 2013 85Resources
  86. 86. January 29, 2013 86Tech resources: smartinteractionlab.comArduino ethernet shield/wifi shieldNanodeMicrosoft gadgeteer Electric ImpNetduino
  87. 87. January 29, 2013 87Inspiration and learning: smartinteractionlab.comArticleshttp://www.mckinseyquarterly.com/The_Internet_of_Things_2538http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/18/sunday-review/the-internet-gets-physical.html?pagewanted=allhttp://www.cityinnovationgroup.com/1/post/2011/3/essential-reading-11-articles-about-the-future-the-internet-of-things.htmlhttp://www.ge.com/mindsandmachines/?gclid=CIvZ3_608rQCFa5QOgodfn8AKgBookshttp://www.amazon.com/Everyware-Dawning-Age-Ubiquitous-Computing/dp/0321384016http://www.amazon.com/Smart-Things-Ubiquitous-Computing-Experience/dp/0123748992http://www.amazon.com/SmartStuff-introduction-Internet-Things-ebook/dp/B008DDW2U2/ref=sr_1_6
  88. 88. January 29, 2013 88New tools emerge every day
  89. 89. January 29, 2013 89Say Hello!@carladiana_smartinteractionlab.comcarla.diana@smartdesignworldwide.com
  90. 90. January 29, 2013 90Comparing IoT ServicesFrom Building Internet ofThings with the ArduinoCharalampos Doukasservice features Free/opencosm Visualize and storesensor data onlineYes/noNimbits Data logging on the cloud y/yThingspeak Visualize and storesensor data onliney/yiDi Device cloud platform y/nSensorCloud Visualize and storesensor data onliney/nOpen.Sen.Se Internet of everythingplatformy/nEvrythng Software engine andcloud platformy/nManybots Collect and manage infofrom various devicesy/nOpenthings
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