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As shrinking technology allows us to cheaply put hardware eyes, ears and touch sensors on everyday things, the data now readily available can offer a magnitude of information without the user even ...

As shrinking technology allows us to cheaply put hardware eyes, ears and touch sensors on everyday things, the data now readily available can offer a magnitude of information without the user even lifting a finger. Some are calling 2013 the “Year of the sensor”, and it giving passage to the Internet of Things and Big Data; aside from buzz terms we’ll talk about how these tools will offer the ability for more interactions to get out of the way.

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    Invisible ux - how sensors can give users super powers Invisible ux - how sensors can give users super powers Document Transcript

    • THE  INVISIBLE  UXa  love  story  of  connected  sensors&  giving  your  users  super  powersMike  Massie    -­‐  @mmassie  mkeUX  2013Monday, May 20, 13Make Super Powers - take it away and the users felt powerlessIt costs $0.5 to put a web server into anything. What will UX be like in an Internet of Things world? Will interfaces be built into these devices or willthey defer to input devices that you already have.
    • Welcometo  theMilwaukeeMakerspaceMonday, May 20, 13http://milwaukeemakerspace.org/
    • •intro  to  sensors•phones/tablets  as  interfaces•see•hear•feel•aware•smell•UX  roleMonday, May 20, 13• Triple-axis analog accelerometer - for measuring motion and tilt• Force sensitive resistor - for sensing pressure/force• Temperature sensor - for measuring from -40 to over +125 degrees C• 10K breadboard potentiometer• Ball tilt sensor - for sensing orientation• Photo cell sensor - for sensing light• IR sensor - for sensing infrared light pulsing at 38KHz• IR LED - for use with the IR sensorAdafruit sensor pack= $35combined with micro processors like Arduino and you can have an internet connected sensor forunder $50.
    • Most  smartphones/tabletstoday  have:accelerometergyroscopegpsinternetmicrophonelight  sensortemperature  sensorsbut  they  can  also  act  as  interfacesto  other  thingsMonday, May 20, 13Virtual menus are becoming an optionJust In Time interfaces
    • SEEMonday, May 20, 13Today XBox can help you perfect your yoga form and help you work out. Imagine if these camerascould one day allow for smart websites that can watch and guide users through a process, fromcooking to even repairing household items.
    • SEEMonday, May 20, 13Today XBox can help you perfect your yoga form and help you work out. Imagine if these camerascould one day allow for smart websites that can watch and guide users through a process, fromcooking to even repairing household items.
    • Monday, May 20, 13With a single app using the phones camera it gives the user the ability to read any language.Imagine how this will change the world when it comes to Google Glass?
    • HEARMonday, May 20, 13Nest uses 32 sensors including audible to understand when people are home in order tounderstand usage patterns.
    • HEARMonday, May 20, 13Nest uses 32 sensors including audible to understand when people are home in order tounderstand usage patterns.
    • FEALMonday, May 20, 13Now with GPS + Accelerometer sensors in the phone they can tell when you walking, bike and traveling by auto.14s before the Earthquake in Japan all trains and factories in the area came to a halt... autonomously Example of sensor smart UX:It’s currently 72 degrees in here. For every one person, in this room, with the doors closed, it raises the temperature by .25 adegree. That means that 32 people in this room with change the temperature to [x]. The thermostat is set to cool to 70degrees. What it doesn’t know is that this meeting is on the calendar for only 5 more minutes and that most people will beleaving to go drink beer.The room also didnt know we where coming
    • Monday, May 20, 13
    • AWAREMonday, May 20, 13Location: GE’s monitoring migratory paths of Hospital Beds in a Hospital, from ER to ICU andidentifying optimization opportunities.
    • If  you  just  walked  into  the  Milwaukee  Art  Museum;  Would  your  needs  be  different  than  if  you  were  at  home  on  your  couch?Monday, May 20, 13
    • Color RushBuy Exhibition TicketsAudio Tour GuideView the MapWELCOMEFEATURE EXHIBITIONFeb. 22-May 19Monday, May 20, 13Why don’t we do more prefilling of information based off the users IP address?
    • SMELLMonday, May 20, 13
    • Monday, May 20, 13MIT’s The Copenhagen Wheel measures pollution levels throughout the users ride and relays thatdata to the city as well as it can recommend healthier alternative routes
    • What  is  the  role  of  UX  with  sensors  &  data?Monday, May 20, 13
    • Sensors  +  Data  =  Actions/Insights1)  What  do  you  want  me  to  take  away2)  What  do  you  want  me  to  do3)  How  do  you  feel?          -­‐  excited          -­‐  paranoid          -­‐  angry          -­‐  overwhelmedMonday, May 20, 13We get an A in sensorsWe get a D in Insight
    • Monday, May 20, 13Dr. DJ Patil presentation at LeWebCurrent data showed he sleeps ~3 hours. It tells him something he already knows = he sleeps like crapHe needs 1 hour deep of sleep, if that doest happen over several successive days he will get sickIt didnt tell him thathttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J_CYKk8q1Ao
    • ?Monday, May 20, 13