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Dr Andrew Hudson-Smith - Mobile Technology

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He is Andrew Hudson-Smith's (University College London) presentation given at the 'Mobile Apps in the Built Environment' event at The Building Centre in March, 2012 - #BEapps

He is Andrew Hudson-Smith's (University College London) presentation given at the 'Mobile Apps in the Built Environment' event at The Building Centre in March, 2012 - #BEapps


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  • 1. Apps to Make Architecture Smart Andy Hudson-Smith Director, Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis University College LondonThursday, 29 March 12
  • 2. 2012 The Year of Smart Smart Cities Smart Architecture Smart Homes Smart Retail Smart Working Smart Appliances Smart ThingsThursday, 29 March 12
  • 3. Visualising Sensing CommunicatingThursday, 29 March 12
  • 4. Visualising Augmented Reality A direct or indirect, view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented by computer-generated sensory input such as sound, video, graphics or GPS data. It is related to a more general concept called mediated reality, in which a view of reality is modified (possibly even diminished rather than augmented) by a computer. As a result, the technology functions by enhancing one’s current perception of reality.Thursday, 29 March 12
  • 5. 2 Types - Marker and Non Marker Sydney Opera HouseThursday, 29 March 12
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  • 7. Augmented Reality PortfolioThursday, 29 March 12
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  • 9. Non Marker Augmented RealityThursday, 29 March 12
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  • 11. Sensing Location Movement/Pitch/Direction/Speed Noise Colour Light TemperatureThursday, 29 March 12
  • 12. Sensing + The Crowd + PushThursday, 29 March 12
  • 13. Sensing + The Crowd + Push =Thursday, 29 March 12
  • 14. Sensing + The Crowd + Push = × several millionThursday, 29 March 12
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  • 18. Communicating What if architecture could record/play and augment memories? What if all buildings/rooms/ objects could tweet? What if all design was tagged? ‘Chatitecture’ Wired 2011Thursday, 29 March 12
  • 19. + = +Thursday, 29 March 12
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  • 24. Wired: Top 24 of 25 Big Ideas for 2011 Norway: 4500 Bus Stops Now LiveThursday, 29 March 12
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  • 28. Making ‘Charity Space a Social Museum’Thursday, 29 March 12
  • 29. 4600 Smart Bus Stops in NorwayThursday, 29 March 12
  • 30. 2012 The Year of Smart Technology is getting Smart Not about technology in buildings but Apps Reacting to and Displaying Information about Buildings Sensing, Locating, Augmenting Innovating - above and beyond the norm..Thursday, 29 March 12
  • 31. 2013 The Year of ‘Tap’ and the rise of Augmented RealityThursday, 29 March 12
  • 32. Apps to Make Architecture Smart www.digitalurban.org @digitalurban on Twitter a.hudson-smith@ucl.ac.ukThursday, 29 March 12