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Turn On The Television

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What we've learned after 6 months of Smart TV prototyping.

What we've learned after 6 months of Smart TV prototyping.


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  • 1. TURN ON THE TELEVISION @littlemissrobot www.littlemissrobot.com What we have learned after 6 months of Smart TV prototyping
  • 2. 1930 - 1970 - TELEVISION WAS/IS A PUSH MEDIUM -
  • 3. 1970 - 2000 - OVER THE YEARS, TECHNOLOGY CHANGED OUR EXPECTATIONS -
  • 4. 2000 - NOW - EVOLVING TOWARDS PUSH-PULL INTERACTION -
  • 5. - SMART TV IS NOT A TABLET OR SMARTPHONE - It’s the same, yet different
  • 6. - Smart TV usage is increasing every year - 3000 apps, 6000 downloads, 40000 clicks/day - It’s all about video-on-demand & catching-up Facts & Apps source: Internal Samsung Analysis
  • 7. - The way we are consuming content is changing - Connected with The Internet of Things - Increasing Smart TV ownership/usage So why smart TV ?
  • 8. SMART TV PROTOTYPES - @littlemissrobot -
  • 9. RADIOPLUS Revolutionizing Online Radio
  • 10. - THE QUESTION - How can smart TV enrich an online radio experience ?
  • 11. What’s playing now ? - A VISUAL EXPERIENCE -
  • 12. Everything is content - IT’S NOT ONLY ABOUT MUSIC -
  • 13. On-demand-radio - LISTEN TO WHAT YOU JUST MISSED -
  • 14. Explore enriched content - BIOGRAPHIES, CONCERT DATES, EVENTS & MORE -
  • 15. - Streaming audio is sloooow - Everybody loves the remote control - Technology & hardware is changing fast What we learned …
  • 16. NESTOR The Connected Care Centre
  • 17. - THE QUESTION - How can smart TV answer the needs of care centres ?
  • 18. My Dashboard - EASY ACCESS & OVERVIEW OF WHAT’S GOING ON -
  • 19. Remote care taking - VIDEO CALLING WITH CARE TAKERS, FAMILY & FRIENDS -
  • 20. Simplified messaging - KEEP IN TOUCH WITH THE ONES YOU LOVE -
  • 21. The Service Store - A NEW REVENUE MODEL -
  • 22. - Custom Skype applications are hard - Keeping it simple works - Re-usable concepts & ideas What we learned …
  • 23. EDUTUBE Digital Learning Solution for VDAB
  • 24. - EDUTUBE MISSION - A visual facilitation of the learning process within technical and industrial programs at specific locations.
  • 25. - THE QUESTION - How can smart TV unlock educational material ?
  • 26. OBSERVATION ! The location and facilitation of the programs is very diverse and needs a flexible and accessible setup.
  • 27. OBSERVATION ! Teachers deal with a variety of attendees, which makes it difficult to guide them all personally.
  • 28. CONCLUSION ! Smart TV technology should support + facilitate. ! Forcing people is not an option.
  • 29. INTERACTION CONCEPTS ! Remote Control Tablet Control Joystick / Gamepad Cards
  • 30. RECOMMENDATION ! A modular setup where both a remote control and tablet are available for direct interfacing. The QR codes on the cards lead directly to specific videos
  • 31. THE INTERFACE
  • 32. TOPICS ! Teachers are able to configure the topics they address during sessions. !
  • 33. BROWSE THROUGH ! Attendees choose topics and browse through educational content
  • 34. LESSONS LEARNED - @littlemissrobot -
  • 35. - Smart TV usage is increasing - Everybody loves the remote control - Input on smart TV is the biggest challenge - Keeping it simple works - The rush for an Apple Moment Opportunities & Challenges
  • 36. THANKS! @littlemissrobot www.littlemissrobot.com