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The Future Of Creative Technologies Conference Abridged

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Backgrounder deck used at the Institute of Creative Technologies in November 2008.

Backgrounder deck used at the Institute of Creative Technologies in November 2008.

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  • 1. the Future of Creative Technologies Conference technology workshop Jerry Fishenden
  • 2. ... our mission ... ... to consider high level issues facing researchers, industry and policy makers today
  • 3. some starters ... • convergence / divergence; • the conjoining of the real and digital worlds, including new modalities of interaction; • the Internet as ubiquitous, pervasive grid; • robotics; • security, privacy and identity; • people, society, localism and technology ... versus State-ist / regulatory models
  • 4. ... the reality of technology? http://www.billbuxton.com/
  • 5. ubiquitous computing 17 billion networked devices by 2012 (IDC) appliances/toys: 11,000M industrial/automotive: 400M entertainment: 1,300M handhelds: 2,600M computers: 1,080M
  • 6. convergence …. • … of networks, protocols and interfaces … • … and multi-purpose devices …
  • 7. … and divergence • … of devices and experiences
  • 8. re-thinking “computing” • interact using … – speech and non-speech sounds – gestures and tactile interfaces – navigation through context (glancing) – physiological means • support for multiple modalities
  • 9. another convergence?
  • 10. Source: “Sketching User Experiences”, Bill Buxton
  • 11. intelligent environments • office, home and public buildings running embedded technologies: – controlling lighting, heating (energy efficiency) and security – entertainment (music/film etc following you around the house) – dynamically moving calls and content between desk/mobile phones, PCs other devices • public environments – knowing you’re there – telling you what’s available
  • 12. .. it’s getting personal! • lifetime stores of everything: – articles, books, cards, CDs, letters, memos, papers, photos, pictures, presentations, home movies, videotaped lectures, voice recordings, phone calls, IM transcripts, television, radio …. (mylifebits)
  • 13. identity, security, privacy …? subscribes to shops at Vodaphone (source: mobile phone) Morrisons (source: loyalty card and credit card) overweight (source: connected bathroom scales) alcoholic (source: The Red Lion EPOS) iPod owner (source: RFID tag fashion victim (source: street CCTV)
  • 14. 2008 Jerry Fishenden This presentation is for informational purposes only. NEITHER JERRY NOR ANY ONE ELSE MAKES ANY WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, IN THIS PRESENTATION – BUT HOPE YOU ENJOYED IT ANYWAY

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