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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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