Venice Sessions 3 - Andrew Lippman - Social Expression

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Andrew Lippman
Associate Director, Media Lab
Senior Research Scientist
Co-Director, Digital Life
http://www.media.mit.edu/people/bio_lip.html

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Venice Sessions 3 - Andrew Lippman - Social Expression

  1. 1. Social Expression Andrew Lippman Media Lab lip@mit.edu May, 2009
  2. 2. Institutional cracks • Out of scale • Monocultures • Opaque • Blurred mission Solution: Invert each bit
  3. 3. Social Themes Social networks are a resonant theme, mapping archetypical ideas to new technology “We not me:” socialization replaces personalization Media is back in the picture No invention required
  4. 4. Casual Operating Interfaces • One app per screen • Usable while doing something else • Generalizable to signage, picture frames, TV/STBs, portable devices, physical devices, learning systems • App stores are the means Mates personal devices to the environment
  5. 5. Applications: The flesh on the bone • Social Dashboard: an interface for automatic control of a virtual private milieu • Health and Media: Compliance apps that span TVs and phones; individuals, providers, and family • Social Television: Entertainment as a social phenomenon
  6. 6. Looking deeper, really Camera Culture: Ramesh Raskar
  7. 7. Personal I/O
  8. 8. Within Ten Years • Connectivity wherever there is commerce • Everything except IP withers • Mobility is personal; no longer device- centric • Sensing, processing and I/O cost nothing and are pervasive Happens tomorrow

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