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CHALLENGES FOR DEVELOPERS IN A MULTI-DIMENSIONAL/MULTI-SENSUAL DEVICES SCENARIO

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The rise of the smartphones completely changed the way we interact with technology and is shaping the very way we conduct our lives. But devices are still limited by the technologies available: what …

The rise of the smartphones completely changed the way we interact with technology and is shaping the very way we conduct our lives. But devices are still limited by the technologies available: what is going to be the market scenario wheninteraction surfaces will become_ubiquitous_multi-dimensional and multi-sensual? What are going to be the challenges for developers? What new possibilities created by human body control over the content are going to lead to?


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  • 1. Challenges for developers in amulti-dimensional/multi-sensual devices scenario. MAY 2012
  • 2. @matteopenzo
  • 3. frog drives innovationfor the connected world. 4
  • 4. 5
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  • 6. 8
  • 7. What is happening on the market?
  • 8. Desktop Mobile100 91%50 9% 0 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 source: statcounter.com 2012 data projected
  • 9. 1990 1996
  • 10. 1995 2007
  • 11. Desktop drives mobile
  • 12. 15
  • 13. 19
  • 14. 22
  • 15. 23
  • 16. 25
  • 17. Your body is the interface
  • 18. NO touch interactions
  • 19. NO surface
  • 20. “sensors” based interactions
  • 21. Higher complexityHigher potential for your users 34
  • 22. 35
  • 23. 36
  • 24. 37
  • 25. 38
  • 26. 39
  • 27. Themobiledevicewilldisappear 40
  • 28. NO screen 41
  • 29. NO screenmeans everything will become your screen 42
  • 30. NO screenmeans every surface will convey information 43
  • 31. TODAY 44
  • 32. sensors camera microphone peripherals 45