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Motif-work 2013: How we form 'information'?

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The slides for the presentation as a part of the Motif-work 2013 class at IAMAS in the PechaKucha style. It's a digest version of my talk at Open Hardware Summit 2011.

The slides for the presentation as a part of the Motif-work 2013 class at IAMAS in the PechaKucha style. It's a digest version of my talk at Open Hardware Summit 2011.

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  • 1. ディレクトリMotif-work 2013: Presentations by FacultiesHow do we form ’information’?Shigeru Kobayashi Photo: NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC]Motif-work 2013: Presentations by Faculties | Shigeru Kobayashi
  • 2. IntroductionMy Personal Experience on March 11th 11.3.2011Motif-work 2013: Presentations by Faculties | Shigeru Kobayashi
  • 3. IntroductionMy Personal Experience on March 11th http://twitter.com/#!/vomoder/status/48004309400567808 kotobuki At last, the future is here. RT @vomoder: Finally, weather forecasters started reporting the radiation dose. I have been in SF movies. vomoder @kotobuki Are you already working for a GM tube + ZigBee shield?Motif-work 2013: Presentations by Faculties | Shigeru Kobayashi
  • 4. IntroductionMy Personal Experiences on March 11th http://twitter.com/#!/kotobuki/status/48035931764162561 Utilizing SparkFun’s Geiger counter, and upload readings via Processing or oF and share on Pachube will be a good way to start. Does anyone interested in JavaScript part? I’ll be able to provide dummy data to start development.Motif-work 2013: Presentations by Faculties | Shigeru Kobayashi
  • 5. Case Study 1Japan Geigermap: At-a-glance | Historyhttp://jsdo.it/motoishmz/rdC2Motif-work 2013: Presentations by Faculties | Shigeru Kobayashi
  • 6. Case Study 1Japan Geigermap: At-a-glance | History http://twitter.com/#!/haiyan/status/48535925248098304Motif-work 2013: Presentations by Faculties | Shigeru Kobayashi
  • 7. Case Study 1Japan Geigermap: At-a-glance | Overview http://twitter.com/#!/haiyan/status/48885447346225155Motif-work 2013: Presentations by Faculties | Shigeru Kobayashi
  • 8. Case Study 1Japan Geigermap: At-a-glance http://japan.failedrobot.comMotif-work 2013: Presentations by Faculties | Shigeru Kobayashi
  • 9. Case Study 2Geiger Maps Jp | Labs Motoi Shimizu and Takashi KondoMotif-work 2013: Presentations by Faculties | Shigeru Kobayashi
  • 10. Case Study 2Geiger Maps Jp http://geigermaps.jpMotif-work 2013: Presentations by Faculties | Shigeru Kobayashi
  • 11. Case Study 2Geiger Maps Jp | A List of HardwareMotif-work 2013: Presentations by Faculties | Shigeru Kobayashi
  • 12. Case Study 2Hardware | Geiger Counter• SparkFun provided me a board• I wrote sketches for Processing and Arduino, then published on a blog about 10 days after the accident• Several people started monitoring and sharing in response to the articleMotif-work 2013: Presentations by Faculties | Shigeru Kobayashi
  • 13. Case Study 2Geiger Maps Jp | Create | FeedsMotif-work 2013: Presentations by Faculties | Shigeru Kobayashi
  • 14. Case Study 2Geiger Maps Jp | InterviewsMotif-work 2013: Presentations by Faculties | Shigeru Kobayashi
  • 15. Case Study 3Safecast/Tokyo Hackerspace http://safecast.org http://tokyohackerspace.orgMotif-work 2013: Presentations by Faculties | Shigeru Kobayashi
  • 16. Case Study 3Safecast/Tokyo Hackerspace | Hardware• The original stationary sensor network design was based on the Arduino platform.• An Arduino clone (Freakduino) + a custom shield (the network chip and a high voltage Geiger tube driver).• The software was based on my Geiger counter sketch for Arduino on github.Motif-work 2013: Presentations by Faculties | Shigeru Kobayashi
  • 17. ConclusionLessons Learned• Keep running a project is not so easy• There are various way to contribute forming ‘information’• Distributed collaboration is the keyMotif-work 2013: Presentations by Faculties | Shigeru Kobayashi

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