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Living Labs

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Living Labs presentation for Kenniskring Amsterdam, 2 juli 2009.

Living Labs presentation for Kenniskring Amsterdam, 2 juli 2009.

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  • 1. LIVING LABS @ Waag Society
  • 2. Collaborations between - Users - Designers - Programmers - Artists & Scientists Publish or Perish => Demo or Die
  • 3. REGISTER van de DAG van GISTER • Persoonlijke, locatiegebonden herinneringen • Uitnodigend meubel, eenvoudige invoer • ‘Rondreizend’ langs bibliotheken • Contextuele ‘oral history’ database • In 2008: interactie tussen ouderen en jongeren
  • 4. OPEN INNOVATION
  • 5. WHO BENEFITS • Users • Companies • Knowledge Institutes • National, regional & local governments
  • 6. PERCEPTIONS ON QUALITY Diagram: Copenhagen Living Lab - http://www.copenhagenlivinglab.com/
  • 7. THEMES • Health care • Development • Democratic participation • Sustainability
  • 8. WHY HOLLAND? • Innovative & Creative • Entrepreneurial • Embracing Change • Multi-Cultural and Multi-Lingual • Highly Connected • Balancing Work & Leisure
  • 9. DEVELOPMENT CYCLE Diagram: Copenhagen Living Lab - http://www.copenhagenlivinglab.com/
  • 10. RESEARCH Images: Copenhagen Living Lab - http://www.copenhagenlivinglab.com/
  • 11. CASE: STORY TABLE “ Can you develop something that will give our 80+ elderly access to the internet?” Original question “We don’t want internet when no-one is interested in what we have to tell” Reaction of the elderly “Can we make something that will help people to share their own stories” Start of the project
  • 12. DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT
  • 13. RESULT • Positive effect on reminiscence • Positive effect on social interaction • Two-button interface • Adaptive search and find • Oral History database • Personal stories next to Cultural Heritage • Increase in happiness and quality of life • A home for the elderly where we’d like to live (once..) • ICT & Society Award • 55+ Story Tables in Holland
  • 14. VERHALENTAFEL • Ontsluiten historisch beeldmateriaal • Immaterieel erfgoed • Senioren (80+) zonder enige computer ervaring • Voor verzorgingstehuizen
  • 15. EcoMap Amsterdam • Result – A platform for data acquisition, aggregation and presentation – for sustainable development and ecological data – increasing awareness and leading to behavioral change • We build on EcoMap San Francisco and add – Real-time and dynamic data entry and visualization – Personal profiles and ability to compare and set goals – People as sensors / lifestyle elements • With the benefits for the users of – Increasing overall health and quality of life – Cost reduction & increased efficiency and logistics – Increased sense of belonging, achievement & fun
  • 16. GELUIDSNET (SOUNDNET)
  • 17. ELEMENTS
  • 18. SENSORS Pigeon Blog by Beatriz da Costa http://www.pigeonblog.mapyourcity.net/
  • 19. Montre Verte - FING Picture: Fabien Girardin
  • 20. GREEN WATCH- FING
  • 21. PERSONAL TRAVEL AGENT
  • 22. INCLUSIVE ROUTES
  • 23. HOW TO BENEFIT: CHOOSE YOUR NICHE
  • 24. E-mail: frank@waag.org CineGrid Workshop Frank Kresin