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Exploring open TV trends

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The presentation as per Connected Home Global Summit 2011. …

The presentation as per Connected Home Global Summit 2011.

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  • 1. How can “there” be made part of “here” exploring trends around open TV Christian Nord @qriz
  • 2. Not long ago ...
  • 3. Not long ago ... screens where dumb
  • 4. one way communication
  • 5. but
  • 6. 2002
  • 7. 2011
  • 8. mobiles :: Mobile Internet Devices
  • 9. your device is part of the cloudhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/lrargerich/
  • 10. way back
  • 11. almost now
  • 12. tv :: open TV
  • 13. your is part of the cloudhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/lrargerich/
  • 14. smart?
  • 15. Connectivity Apps & WidgetsOpen Platform App Stores
  • 16. WiFi Web Technology Connectivity Apps & WidgetsOpen Platform App Stores SDK:s Monetization
  • 17. +W3C Web and TV Interest Group
  • 18. UPnP Stack HTML fetches5 Presenting uses HTTP GET4 Eventing uses GENA (HTTP) plus Multicast Eventing3 Control uses SOAP 1.12 Description uses HTTP GET fetches UPnP Device1 Discovery uses SSDP/UDP/IP Template <xml doc>0 Addressing uses DHCP / APIPA
  • 19. JS libraries includes HTML5 + CSS3 + JS mash-up Web Service JavaScript API Web Runtime / UA 1 Discovery uses SSDP/UDP/IP 0 Addressing uses DHCP / APIPA UPnP Stack HTML fetches5 Presenting uses HTTP GET Simplified stack4 Eventing uses GENA (HTTP) plus Multicast Eventing3 Control uses SOAP 1.12 Description uses HTTP GET fetches UPnP Device1 Discovery uses SSDP/UDP/IP Template <xml doc>0 Addressing uses DHCP / APIPA
  • 20. speed of development number of developers flash javascript python java scala go c c++ asmcredit to: @troed
  • 21. second screen?
  • 22. 2:nd screen as complement
  • 23. 2:nd screen as complement2:nd screen as control point
  • 24. 2:nd screen as complement Coordinated with current TV programming Complements your viewing experience Adds a level of interactivity
  • 25. 2:nd screen as control point Your true remote Drives the content on your screen
  • 26. Internet of Things
  • 27. 2010 5 billion
  • 28. 2010 5 billion2015 say’s Intel 15 billion
  • 29. 2010 5 billion2015 say’s Intel 15 billion2020 say’s Ericsson 50 billion
  • 30. web of screens 1001010011 1001010011 10 0 01001 01 01 01 01 01 01 10 10 0 1011 1001010011 1011
  • 31. Screens are all around you
  • 32. @kevin2kelly: screening
  • 33. screens are ubiquitous
  • 34. innovation @ the edge
  • 35. Discovery
  • 36. Control
  • 37. Your mobile internet device is your remotecontrol for all screens
  • 38. Your mobile internet device is your remotecontrol for all screens- “I want to display this over there...”
  • 39. Your mobile internet device is your remotecontrol for all screens- “I want to display this over there...”and then it happens.
  • 40. screens have open platforms screens are connected screens are ubiquitous