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Slides for the presentation I gave at the Urban IOT Workshop at the Internet Of Things (IOT) conference in November 2010, Tokyo, Japan

Slides for the presentation I gave at the Urban IOT Workshop at the Internet Of Things (IOT) conference in November 2010, Tokyo, Japan

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  • connect communitiesurban computing improve public space with help of public displaysto facilitate social exchange
  • Background to the problem: public displays and public space and communities
  • cradlefostergrowthcommunity
  • strengthening community bonds and raising awarenessraising social diversity between communities occupying the same spacekeep or even re-establish ties between community members that ended up in separate placespeople in rural places often have a need for learning more
  • MariaBarbara->grandkidyouth orchestra
  • JaneStan->fluMike
  • Eric
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    • 1. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/4a/Times_Square_Evening.jpg
      “Your place or mine?” – Connecting communities and public places through networked public displays
      Nemanja Memarovic and Marc Langheinrich
    • 2. Zurich (2.5h)
      Milano (1h)
      Genoa (2.5h)
    • 3. Our goal
      http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/4a/Times_Square_Evening.jpg
      Enhancing Community Interaction in Public Spaces Through Situated Public Displays
      Nemanja Memarovic and Marc Langheinrich
    • 4. Community
      Community
      Community
      PublicDisplay
      Public Space
    • 5. Where can we find public displays?
      http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/4a/Times_Square_Evening.jpg
    • 6. http://www.digitalsignageblog.com/2009/10/26/digital-signage-at-adelaide-airport/
    • 7. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/18/Bigtellylpool.JPG
    • 8. http://www.signindustry.com/electronic/articles/images/2005-02-01-NYCsubway-UDN.jpg
    • 9. http://mediawatch.afp.com/?tag/public%20screen
    • 10. http://www.nipplecat.com/portfolio/labels/2008.html
    • 11. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/4a/Times_Square_Evening.jpg
    • 12. Everywhere around us...
    • 13. …and in public space
    • 14. Where can we find public displays?
      What is the role of public space?
      http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/4a/Times_Square_Evening.jpg
    • 15. Public space is…
      ‘the common ground where people carry out the functional and ritual activities that bind a community…it is the stage where the drama of communal life unfolds.’
      Public space, Carr et al.
    • 16. What are the social problems in public space?
      • Weakening connections within local community
      • 17. Time sharing and community avoidance
      • 18. Weakening connections among distributed communities
      • 19. Sense of isolation in remote communities
    • Communication channels
      Identity Cognition
      Local Connectivity
      Identity Infusion
      Remote Connectivity
      Community
      Identity Cognition
      Community
      Community
      IdentityCognition
      Identity Cognition
      Identity Infusion
      LocalConnectivity
      LocalConnectivity
      PublicDisplay
      PublicDisplay
      Community
      Community
      Remote Connectivity
      Public Space
      Public Space
    • 20. Surprising hobbies…
      http://www.laptopreviews.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/grandma-in-the-park3.jpeg
      http://www.truepunk.com/wp-content/uploads/hitthelights.jpg
    • 21. In the nick of time!
      Stan caught a flu
      If he plays as well as he looks
      maybe I’ll get an A!
      Where is he?
      EduNote
      Roswell High:
      Looking for a violin partner to
      play Strauss’s
      Sonata in E-Flat Major
      ASAP - FOR TONIGHT
      http://household-tips.thefuntimesguide.com/images/blogs/sneezing-cold-flu-by-foshydog-thumb-280x186-7562.jpg
    • 22. How cool is your skate park?
      http://www.skateboardpark.com/park_photos/Brook_Run_Skate_Park_Georgia/Brook_Run_Skate_Park0.jpg
      Death@Disco
      Skull
    • 23. Current issues
      ?
      Applications that support
      community awareness
      ?
      How to evaluate the impact
      of the system
      Community index, psychology
    • 24. Public Display Network
      (PD-NET)
      • FP7 FET Open project
      • 25. EU funding: 1.4 million €
      • 26. Starting date: May 1st 2010
      • 27. Project duration: 30 months
      • 28. 4 Academic partners
      Project ID Card
      6. Applications
    • 29. Current issues
      ?
      Applications that support
      community awareness
      ?
      How to evaluate the impact
      of the system
      Community index, psychology
    • 30. Urban
      Computing
    • 31. Intro: How to connect communities through urban computing
      Approach: improve public space with help of public displays to facilitate social exchange
      Background to the problem: public displays and public space and communities
      Maybe not all problems are necessary
      My first step: structure the problem space-opportunities for public displays – the matrix
      To illustrate it four scenarios
      Questions and next steps? Matrix is pretty good coverage, reasonable applications? Some look easier than others: implementing the skater park-goals but no apps-how to measure it? Community index sounds weird… This is it…
      Main message: