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The best interfaces are invisible. They should get out of the way and help you live your life. ...

The best interfaces are invisible. They should get out of the way and help you live your life.

This presentation discusses ambient applications, multiple sensory inputs and a history of heavy-weight contextual reality applications. It starts with Steve Mann, who believed that computers should be wearable, and who was obsessed with the idea of creating a custom reality based on his personal preferences.

The second part of this presentation talk about how we're building subscription-based reality and contextual notification systems on top of Geoloqi, how non-visual augmented reality is replacing interactions with the phone with interactions with the world, and real-time location-based gaming.

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  • The point is information should be pushed to you instead of having to seek it out. In order to do this, we need to make our computers and systems more aware of our context so they can work for us. One component of this, and the one we’re focusing on, is location. Imagine if this app knows you haven’t eaten in a while, so it suggests some places you might like to eat that are nearby.
  • Now I have been logging GPS positions everywhere I go and have been doing it for the last 3 years.
  • We see people experimenting with location and building things like Foursquare. Putting yourself on pause at a social gathering in order to check in on Foursquare is sometimes awkward. We want a more passive system, something that doesn’t require as much interaction to use.----- Meeting Notes (2011-05-17 11:54) -----2:30
  • What we’ve been doing in Geoloqi is building up profiles of where people spend time. This, for example, is a list of three places I often visit, and the dates and times of each of my visits. You can see I spent 8 hours at this coffee shop on April 9th, and about 3 hours there on March 27th.
  • Frankly, I don’t care if my friend in New York is at his neighborhood coffee shop or his local gym, but if he is anywhere in San Francisco, I’d like to know so I can invite him to lunch. There’s a difference between privacy and looking for the signal in the noise.Even if he's comfortable sharing everything publicly, I just don't really need to know about it.
  • We can use this information to build a unique footprint of the city for each person. Then we can provide recommendations and filter events based on each person’s individual pattern.----- Meeting Notes (2011-05-17 11:54) -----6:00
  • Example: take restaurant inspection scores, and send an SMS if you’re near a restaurant with a low score.
  • Explain map attack game at Stanford. While we were there, Mark from Spot Metrix quickly set up a viewer for the game board in his augmented reality view framework!

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  • Location as Invisible Interface: The UX/UI of ambient applications
    Amber Case
    Augmented Reality Event • May 2011
    case@geoloqi.com • http://geoloqi.com • @caseorganic
    Slides available atslideshare.net/caseorganic
  • History.
  • Self-Portrait
    of Steve Mann with Wearable Computing Apparatus
    1981.
    slideshare.net/caseorganic
  • WearCam:the wearable camera
  • Diminished Reality
    • Adding your own layer onto reality
    • Replacing public messages with your own
    slideshare.net/caseorganic
  • Twiddlerby HandyKeyCorporation
    One-Handed Key Chording USB Keyboard
    @caseorganic
  • Image recognition, processing and replacement.
    @caseorganic
  • Remember the Milk
    Contextual Notification Systems
    Virtual Post-It Noteswith Image Processing
    1995
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    @caseorganic
  • Evolutionof Prosthesis
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  • Steve Mann Today
    • Extremely lightweight equipment
    • Everyone will have this in their pocket
  • Functional Location-Based Reminder Applications, 2006
  • What can we do with what we have right now?
  • You don’t need glasses.
  • What is an ambient application?
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    @caseorganic
  • What is an ambient application?
    Processes occur in the background
    Data is pushed to the user
    User input can come in many forms, not just through keyboard input
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    @caseorganic
  • Information should be pushed to you
    A robot working for you behind the scenes.
    The more it knows about you the more it can do for you.
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    @caseorganic
  • Ambient user input
    User’s location
    Time of day
    Current speed (slow or fast?)
    Average speed over time (driving vs. walking)
    Prior actions (clicks, subscriptions
    User’s friends on another platform
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    @caseorganic
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    @caseorganic
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  • Personal location analytics
  • Inform users of significant social updates.
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    @caseorganic
  • Everyone has a unique footprint of their city.
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    @caseorganic
  • Location-Based Triggers
    Create triggers based on where people are.
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    @caseorganic
  • Send users a message if they're not within a radius within a certain time period.
    geoloqi.org/API/trigger/create
    @caseorganic
  • Send messages to users when they are going faster or slower than a given speed.
    geoloqi.org/API/trigger/create
    @caseorganic
  • Send users an award if they arrive in a radius in a given amount of time.
    geoloqi.org/API/trigger/create
    @caseorganic
  • Notify users when they are near another user.
    geoloqi.org/API/trigger/create
    @caseorganic
  • When you are automatically checked in to your house, your lights turn on!
    When you leave the house, your lights turn off!
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    @caseorganic
    Location-Based Home Automation
  • your phone becomes a remote control for reality.
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    @caseorganic
  • Base-location application
  • Layers of Functionality
    (Geo-plugins)
  • Geonotes
    Leave messages for your future self!
    • Sends users notifications of restaurants nearby their location that are below a threshold of cleanliness.
    • Made by Reid Beels at a GeoloqiHackathon
  • Real-time location-based gaming
    slideshare.net/caseorganic
    @caseorganic
  • mapattack.org
    slideshare.net/caseorganic
    @caseorganic
  • No longer this.
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  • slideshare.net/caseorganic
    This!
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    The best interface is invisible.
  • Thank You.geoloqi.comSlides:slideshare.net/caseorganic
    Amber Case @caseorganic