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Pervasive Computing : You're Already Knee Deep In It

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Presentation for Web Directions South 2009 on Pervasive Computing that outlines 5 key metrics that can be used to measure how pervasive computing is collapsing your sense of space. …

Presentation for Web Directions South 2009 on Pervasive Computing that outlines 5 key metrics that can be used to measure how pervasive computing is collapsing your sense of space.

These measurements can be used to define and refine specific elements of a business model to make your operating and distribution platforms more pervasive.

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  • 1. Pervasive Computing You're already knee deep in it y p #wds09 By Rob Manson twitter: @nambor MOB-labs.com.au
  • 2. Pervasive Computing Space is collapsing
  • 3. What does Pervasive mean?
  • 4. What is Space? What is space?
  • 5. "The Internet revolution has barely started," says Weiser.  "It won't be done until everything is on the Web. Light switches,  y g g , pagers, copiers, printers, as well as PCs, benefit from Web  connections.“ Mark Weiser 1996 k i Mark Weiser – Xerox Parc
  • 6. Information Architecture is born (1970)
  • 7. Mark Weiser – Person/World Distinction
  • 8. Pervasive Computing Space is collapsing
  • 9. 1. Distance between your devices & the network
  • 10. 1. Distance between your devices & the network
  • 11. 2. Time taken to connect & share
  • 12. 3. Distance between you and your devices
  • 13. 3. Distance between you and your devices
  • 14. 3. Distance between you and your devices
  • 15. 3. Distance between you and your devices
  • 16. 4. Number of steps between thought & action (activity)
  • 17. 5. Cost of each of these
  • 18. Space is collapsing
  • 19. Example 1. your mail
  • 20. Example 2. sharing information
  • 21. Example 3. sharing video
  • 22. Nokia Series 40 phones Ironically this is the I i ll thi i th most common phone i t h in the world – yet it requires a ridiculous 4 steps: 1. Select "Options” 2. Select “Use detail” 3. Select “Web address” 4. 4 Select “Go to Go to" Nokia Series 60 phones This user experience is significantly more complex and requires at least 3 steps: 1. 1 Highlight the link 2. Select "Options” 3. Select “Open link" Sony Ericsson This interface is slightly more complex and requires at least 2 steps: 1. Highlight link 2. Select "Open" iPhone and Windows Mobile This type of “direct manipulation” interface couldn't be simpler. This requires only 1 step: 1. Tap the link Example 4. opening a link on a mobile
  • 23. The Business Model – Alex Osterwalder
  • 24. The Business Model – MOB
  • 25. Activity theory & distributed cognition
  • 26. Design it into your model from the ground up
  • 27. Example 1. mobile dashboards
  • 28. Example 2. user engagement
  • 29. Example 3. APIs and Open Data
  • 30. Pervasive Computing Space is collapsing
  • 31. What will the future hold?
  • 32. In 1962 Morton L. Heilig created VR
  • 33. In 1965 Ivan Sutherland created HMD
  • 34. In 1992 Tom Caudell coined the term AR
  • 35. Since then AR has slowly been building
  • 36. And now it is exploding
  • 37. Computer Vision is growing too
  • 38. Consumer eyeware collapses space
  • 39. And that will collapse even further
  • 40. Multiple perspectives will spread too...
  • 41. Pervasive Computing Space is collapsing
  • 42. NOW! http://slideshare.net/robman http://twitter.com/nambor

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