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Is that sense-able?

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What does it mean when your apps can see, hear and feel? Digital sensors are flooding through our daily life. Mobile devices have microphones, cameras, accelerometers, digital compasses and now Near Field Communication (NFC) chips and scanners. But this is all just the very start. These small digital sensors are shrinking even further and just as Mark Weiser predicted they are soaking into the world around you.

In this session Rob will explore how you can use these new streams of sensor data to create innovative and dynamic new user experiences. He’ll examine, from an experience point of view, what the challenges and constraints of sensor driven apps are and how you can deal with this deeply technical domain that covers issues such as sensor fusion, latency, calibration and newly extended mental models.

But if that all sounds a bit dry and technical for you, don’t panic! Rob’s focus here is on how to create experiences using these technologies rather than the deep technical aspects themselves. However, he will help you get a clear overview of the work from the W3C Device API and Web Real Time Communication working groups, the ARStandards.org community and other related research activities. He’ll present tangible demonstrations that show how these new streams of “digital awareness” data can now be integrated into the experiences you create to literally bring your apps to life. This will leave you re-thinking your current projects and asking “Is that sense-able?”.

Rob will also explore where we are headed with all of this and how to plan for this mind expanding journey. This is far from just a technical discussion. It will provide an introduction to the ethical and moral issues created by these sensors. Issues that we will all need to address in our own lives providing yet another aspect to the key question “Is that sensible?”

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  1. 1. your brain is a sponge!photo credit
  2. 2. it soaks up data through your sensesphoto credit
  3. 3. but now we have digital sensors toophoto credit
  4. 4. they let our devices see, hear & feelphoto credit
  5. 5. so what sensors are out there?photo credit
  6. 6. buttons & switches : 1800sphoto credit
  7. 7. keyboards : 1868 - 1964photo credit
  8. 8. the mouse : 1963photo credit
  9. 9. the light pen : the 80sphoto credit
  10. 10. the data glove : the 80sphoto credit
  11. 11. in the 90s not much happenedphoto credit
  12. 12. now things are getting interestingphoto credit
  13. 13. camerasphoto credit
  14. 14. camerasphoto credit
  15. 15. multi-touchphoto credit
  16. 16. global positioning systemphoto credit
  17. 17. digital compassesphoto credit
  18. 18. accelerometersphoto credit
  19. 19. proximityphoto credit
  20. 20. light detection and rangingphoto credit
  21. 21. temperaturephoto credit
  22. 22. radio frequency identificationphoto credit
  23. 23. near field communicationphoto credit
  24. 24. radiophoto credit
  25. 25. the quantified self is bornphoto credit
  26. 26. pedometersphoto credit
  27. 27. pedometersphoto credit
  28. 28. electrocardiogramsphoto credit
  29. 29. electrocardiogramsphoto credit
  30. 30. electrocardiogramsphoto credit
  31. 31. electrocardiograms ECGphoto credit
  32. 32. blood pressurephoto credit
  33. 33. blood pressurephoto credit
  34. 34. blood chemistryphoto credit
  35. 35. blood chemistryphoto credit
  36. 36. blood chemistryphoto credit
  37. 37. electroencephalogramsphoto credit
  38. 38. electroencephalogramsphoto credit
  39. 39. this post-PC world is really taking offphoto credit
  40. 40. new combinations are possiblephoto credit
  41. 41. sensor based startups are hot ?photo credit
  42. 42. the internet of things is here!photo credit
  43. 43. audio perfumephoto credit
  44. 44. geoloqiphoto credit
  45. 45. chromaromaphoto credit
  46. 46. pachubephoto credit
  47. 47. click here for more info demonstrationphoto credit
  48. 48. so what standards are coming?photo credit
  49. 49. W3C : geolocation
  50. 50. W3C : points of interest
  51. 51. W3C : device APIs & policy
  52. 52. W3C : web real time communication
  53. 53. WHAT WG : living HTML
  54. 54. Khronos Group : streaminput
  55. 55. design opportunitiesphoto credit
  56. 56. sensorimotor theoryphoto credit
  57. 57. sensorimotor theoryphoto credit
  58. 58. ethical issuesphoto credit
  59. 59. surveillancephoto credit
  60. 60. number plate tracking is commonphoto credit
  61. 61. everyones face is recognisedphoto credit
  62. 62. orientation based key loggingphoto credit
  63. 63. sousveillancephoto credit
  64. 64. @eyeborg
  65. 65. the futurephoto credit
  66. 66. where are you?photo credit
  67. 67. photo credit
  68. 68. who are you?photo credit
  69. 69. questions? just speak into the microphone and please smile for the cameras it makes the facial recognition software happy 8)photo credit
  70. 70. Also checkout this beautiful video http://vimeo.com/26649742

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