An internet of books<br />
Concept<br />Getting real-time data about what people are reading around you<br />Visualise the data in an interesting and...
Product<br /><ul><li>You have books with RFID tags that store the book’s ISBN and a unique id</li></li></ul><li>Arduino + ...
Product<br />Feed this data to a mobile visualisation<br />Can select the books – lead you to the book’s page <br />
Service<br />Every book has a page where users can add content<br />By getting location from the mobile phone the applicat...
Issues to address<br />Privacy concerns<br />Range of detection<br />RFID readers as a personal vs. public device<br />
Technical Implementation<br />Use RFID to store ISBN and unique tag of the book<br />Arduino, RFID module to read the tags...
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  • Community level rather than individuals – instead of books telling their storyUser need / problem being solved here: getting information here and nowInstead of getting data about personal use, get data about community reading habits
  • Would be better with RFID phones
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    1. 1. An internet of books<br />
    2. 2. Concept<br />Getting real-time data about what people are reading around you<br />Visualise the data in an interesting and informative way<br />Link physical objects to digital metadata<br />
    3. 3. Product<br /><ul><li>You have books with RFID tags that store the book’s ISBN and a unique id</li></li></ul><li>Arduino + RFID module can read the unique id, and the ISBN number<br />Get the name of the book from the ISBN Database API and keywords<br />Product<br />
    4. 4. Product<br />Feed this data to a mobile visualisation<br />Can select the books – lead you to the book’s page <br />
    5. 5. Service<br />Every book has a page where users can add content<br />By getting location from the mobile phone the application can locate where that specific book has been read and view it on a map<br />Visualisation links keywords of similar books – and links them to what others are reading around you<br />
    6. 6. Issues to address<br />Privacy concerns<br />Range of detection<br />RFID readers as a personal vs. public device<br />
    7. 7. Technical Implementation<br />Use RFID to store ISBN and unique tag of the book<br />Arduino, RFID module to read the tags and take the data<br />Wifi/ Ethernet shield to check the data against the ISBN database and display it<br />

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