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Enchanted Objects TEDx Berkeley 2.19

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Enchanted Objects TEDx Berkeley 2.19

Enchanted Objects TEDx Berkeley 2.19

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  • 1. Enchanted Objects @DavidRose
  • 2. What’s next?
  • 3. Disney
  • 4. <shoes>
  • 5. Enchantment creates the right affordancesAmbient Umbrella
  • 6. So,which objects should we enchant?
  • 7. Study the history of the future
  • 8. Primal wishes are revealedthrough narratives you know (it’s a psychology problem)
  • 9. Enchanted Objects 1 2 3Omniscience Communication Protection 4 5 6 Health Teleportation Expression
  • 10. Enchanted Objects 1Omniscience
  • 11. The desire to know...
  • 12. A single pixel browser
  • 13. Orb
  • 14. Knowing, without thinking about knowing Stage 1: Stage 2: Pre-attentive Late Processing Processing • Rapid parallel • Slower serial processing • Feature extraction • Emphasis on symbols • Involuntary • Volitional
  • 15. Fishing
  • 16. Fishing
  • 17. Fishing
  • 18. Fishing
  • 19. Fishing
  • 20. Enchanted Objects 2Communication
  • 21. Bond’s PenDick tracy’s watch
  • 22. Presence objects: LumiTouch (from MIT) communicates via squeeze sensors and light
  • 23. Enchanted Objects
  • 24. Enchanted Objects 3Protection
  • 25. Enchanted Objects 4 Health
  • 26. Fountain of Youth
  • 27. z Dramatically improving medication adherence through smart packaging, reminders, reports, and rewards.
  • 28. 40
  • 29. Every month you and your physician receive aprinted progress report.
  • 30. This is what poor-adherence looks like...Each row is person, each column is a day. Red indicates a missed dose. Control group=71% of doses taken
  • 31. This is what adherence looks like with GlowCaps Over 98% of doses taken over 6 months
  • 32. Vitality BlisterPack
  • 33. Vitality Watch
  • 34. Spirometer Kazoo • Makes spirometry fun using sound and projection • Spirograph projection shows visual feedback to anticipate an asthma attack • Wireless connection to the web permits realtime data analysis and graphing on smart phone.
  • 35. Pepper projector• Dispenses salt and grinds pepper• 360 degree camera uploads images to offshore nutritionist for realtime analysis• Mini-projector displays information adjacent to each item: calories against a budget, ecological footprint, transportation modality.• Press the “i” for more information.
  • 36. Enchanted Objects 5Teleportation
  • 37. Jetson
  • 38. Ambient Bus Pole ambient
  • 39. Enchanted Objects 6Expression
  • 40. Mindstorms
  • 41. IO Brush
  • 42. Guitar Hero
  • 43. Enchanted Objects 1 2 3Omniscience Communication Protection 4 5 6 Health Teleportation Expression
  • 44. Use Enchanted Objects for: * UX simplicity * glanceability * brand presence
  • 45. Objects are avatars for services
  • 46. levels of enchantment story-ification gamification socialization personalizationaugmentation
  • 47. So,which objects should we enchant?
  • 48. Enchanted Objects @DavidRose

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