Enas on Internet of things & dementia

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Enas on Internet of things & dementia

  1. 1. Smart & networked objects for people with dementia Feel, hear, see,… Recognise patterns Communicate Take actionTouching Dementia: Reflectiveness, Trust & Self-Control in IT applications Karin Slegers & Niels Hendriks
  2. 2. Touching Dementia: Reflectiveness, Trust & Self-Control in IT applications Karin Slegers & Niels Hendriks
  3. 3. Personal Past Exploratory Well being Question of control Multi-sensory design Transfer from personal to general Cross disciplinary Funded by ibbt/iwtTouching Dementia: Reflectiveness, Trust & Self-Control in IT applications Karin Slegers & Niels Hendriks
  4. 4. Ethnographic study Marginal practice Participatory design Iterative design cycle & testTouching Dementia: Reflectiveness, Trust & Self-Control in IT applications Karin Slegers & Niels Hendriks
  5. 5. Ethnographic research Map experience of everyday life Observations in care residence Interviews with family & care givers Input for participatory designTouching Dementia: Reflectiveness, Trust & Self-Control in IT applications Karin Slegers & Niels Hendriks
  6. 6. Marginal practices Personal stories Observations Online forums Inspiring solutions Sensory guidelinesTouching Dementia: Reflectiveness, Trust & Self-Control in IT applications Karin Slegers & Niels Hendriks
  7. 7. Participatory design Beyond usable aspects Playful participation “you’ve won” – superatoms beep – low tech prototyping Self-insight TabooTouching Dementia: Reflectiveness, Trust & Self-Control in IT applications Karin Slegers & Niels Hendriks
  8. 8. Ethnographic~participatory In-house/playful #concepts & #fociTouching Dementia: Reflectiveness, Trust & Self-Control in IT applications Karin Slegers & Niels Hendriks
  9. 9. negative space unobtrusive sensory stimuliTouching Dementia: Reflectiveness, Trust & Self-Control in IT applications Karin Slegers & Niels Hendriks
  10. 10. Walking frame/rollator tiny vibrations GuideTouching Dementia: Reflectiveness, Trust & Self-Control in IT applications Karin Slegers & Niels Hendriks
  11. 11. thank you karin.slegers@soc.kuleuven.be niels.hendriks@khlim.beTouching Dementia: Reflectiveness, Trust & Self-Control in IT applications Karin Slegers & Niels Hendriks

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