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Thesis Midterm Review
Thesis Midterm Review
Thesis Midterm Review
Thesis Midterm Review
Thesis Midterm Review
Thesis Midterm Review
Thesis Midterm Review
Thesis Midterm Review
Thesis Midterm Review
Thesis Midterm Review
Thesis Midterm Review
Thesis Midterm Review
Thesis Midterm Review
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  • 1. BASAK HAZNEDAROGLU THESIS MIDTERM REVIEW PROF.CYNTHIA LAWSON 10.12.2010
  • 2. AUDIENCE urban dwellers using technology in any form
  • 3. co-presence without co-location losing connection in a connected world
  • 4. What are the social impacts of these technologies on our everyday interactions in urban space?
  • 5. PERSONAL&PUBLICDATA as a content or conversation? What opportunities lie in urban computing as a way of communication?
  • 6. Prototype1 EYECONTACT experiment What has been lost in our physical interactions?
  • 7. FAIL! freak factor interface not approachable
  • 8. “space is no longer innocent.” Marcos Novak
  • 9. not after this!
  • 10. How can designed applications subvert public data we receive via billboards & advertisements?
  • 11. Prototype 2 LOOK AROUND ARapp experiment How can I transform public data into conversation?
  • 12. What are the social and cultural implications of wireless internet use technology in urban space?
  • 13. SOCIAL LIFE OF WIRELESS URBAN SPACE Majority of wi-fi users used their wireless Internet connection to communicate with social ties that were not physically present (66%) Culturally and ideologically homogeneous
  • 14. Yellow chair by Anab Jain Inviting strangers from street to use her computer and her wireless

  • 15. Wifiti by Michael Ballard Letting people change wifi network names

  • 16. Prototype 3 WI-FI experiment How can I bring diversity into familiar urban technologies?
  • 17. THANKYOU! questions?

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