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  • 1. The next 5 years of the internet of things. Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino @iotwatch
  • 2. Interaction Design Institute Ivrea 2004-2006 Tinker London 2007-2010 Good Night Lamp March 2012
  • 3. What is #iot? When we embed connectivity in everyday objects. What happens when those objects are designed with an understanding of the affordances of the web.
  • 4. What is #iot? It’s about telling stories with objects.
  • 5. We have water! Mars Phenix lander
  • 6. Hurricanes or #uksnow Stamen design for MSNBC
  • 7. Sharing experiences Dopplr: a social network for business travellers (RIP 2010)
  • 8. Sharing responsibility
  • 9. Cities are defined by their data Clustr: photo-centric mapping by Flickr and Open Street Map
  • 10. Cities are defined by their shapes Shapetiles: Flickr geo tagging data as shapes
  • 11. Using what’s empty Breather.com (2013)
  • 12. Using what’s available or free
  • 13. Warchalking Ben Hammersley & Matt Jones (2002)
  • 14. Creating layers of narratives Nike Grid (2011)
  • 15. Cities you can “own” publicly Foursquare (since 2009) & Facebook Places (2010)
  • 16. Technology compensates for the city’s failings Tapit & App for loo finder
  • 17. There’s a lot out there Thingful.net
  • 18. But it’s closer than you think. Thingful.net
  • 19. Measure the impact of your taxes Oakland Crime Spotters by Stamen
  • 20. Measure the impact of your taxes Met London mapping project
  • 21. Public displays of affection Graffiti Research Lab
  • 22. Pick a colour Semi transparent design & Sony Bravia
  • 23. For profit and against it Status of London Bridge
  • 24. Near me now Exposure app for the iPhone (2009)
  • 25. Musical spaces
  • 26. Narratives of boredom Andy Stanford Clark’s house in the Isle of White, IBM
  • 27. Narratives of boredom Tom Coate’s house, San Francisco
  • 28. The infrastructure is the expert Hello Lamp Post
  • 29. Too smart a bin Renew London smart bins
  • 30. Making me feel smart The O app in the Mona museum in Hobart, Tasmania
  • 31. The guests have arrived Nest thermostat & August lock
  • 32. The next 5 years means...
  • 33. Focus on wearables for health (travel insurance on the go?) Geo-locative info will come back (not necessarily augmented reality) Data protection & consumer protection Acts will be re-written (disclaimers for every lamp post) Stories will be told differently.
  • 34. The plants need watering Botanicalls, 2009
  • 35. Easybloom, Moistly, Parrot, Koubachi, etc
  • 36. alex@designswarm.com @iotwatch designswarm.com