Whats Next in Mobile

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A overview of the #NextUI talk at SXSW 2013

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Whats Next in Mobile

  1. 1. WHAT’S NEXT LIVING IN A POST MOBILE WORLD & WHERE IS THIS ALL HEADED
  2. 2. SENSORSGIVE US SUPERPOWERS -------------------------- They run the in background To make your life easier
  3. 3. SENSORS REPLACE THE NEED FOR HUMAN INPUT------------------------------------------------ ALREADY IN USE IN ----------- ----------- GPS GYROSCOPE PROXIMITY
  4. 4. EXAMPLES TWO APPS THAT USE SENSORS WELL ALREADY IN USE IN INTO SHOPPER ----------- ----------- NOWGrocery Shopping App that shifts “Shazam for TV Shows” listens toitems priorities based on where you whats playing on TV & syncs up the GPSare in the store GYROSCOPE episode number, title
  5. 5. ------------------------------------------------ KEY TAKEAWY FROM BOTH EXAMPLES? SAVES INPUT EFFORT:------------------------------------------------ ----------- I DON’T HAVE TO I DON’T HAVE TO SAY WHAT I’M SAY WHERE I AM WATCHING SENSORS do the work
  6. 6. AUGMENTED REALITY------------------------------------------------ To add new layers of understanding and insight
  7. 7. ------------------------------------------------ EXAMPLE: SKINVADERS------------------------------------------------ ----------- Skinvaders is a game that uses the front-facing camera Where Aliens actually to turn your face into a game invade your skin board.
  8. 8. ------------------------------------------------ EXAMPLE: WORDLENS------------------------------------------------ ----------- Word lens is an augmented reality app that uses computer vision and optical character It matches up fonts and recognition to translate text in colors with precision real time from one language to another.
  9. 9. ------------------------------------------------ EXAMPLE: LAYAR------------------------------------------------ Layar began as an augmented -------- reality browser, reinvented itself as a product for editorial, and The idea that any layout is for what they call interactive unique, is itself a QR code, that can be read like a design print. fingerprint.
  10. 10. BEST TOUCHINTERFACE=NOINTERFACEAT ALL
  11. 11. THINGS WE NEED TO START DESIGNING INTERFACES FOR------------------------------------------------ ----------- ----------- SPEECH GESTURE FACIAL RECOGNITION
  12. 12. CUSTOM SENSORS Stuff gets really interesting as engineers create custom sensors for the interfaces. Let devices talk to any arbitrary object.------------------------------------------------ Hello! Hello Plant!
  13. 13. ASTHMAPOLIS------------------------------------------------ System to help asthma patients better control asthma. Help practitioners monitor their patients. Help epidemiologists understand trends and causes of asthma. SENSORS SEND DATA WITH TIME AND LOCATION OF LAST ATTACK
  14. 14. FARMERS IN SWITZERLAND---------------- PUT SENSORS ON COWS THAT TEXT THE FARMER WHEN THEY’RE IN HEAT ------------------------ IN 4 DIFFERENT LANGUAGUES
  15. 15. DISNEY’S BOTANICUS INTERACTIUS TURNING THE PLANT INTO AN INTERFACE
  16. 16. EXAMPLE: A PILL THAT KNOWS WHEN YOU TAKE IT-  SENSOR IS THE SIZE OF A GRAIN OF SAND, MADE OF THE SAME STUFF AS VITAMINS-  SENDS YOUR DATA TO DOCTOR VIA THE CLOUD
  17. 17. MIRRORING(ESSENTIALLYMEANSSCREENSHARING)
  18. 18. THE WHOLE IDEA BEHIND AIRPLAY------------------------------------------------ MIRROR YOUR SCREEN VIA APPLE TV TO YOUR TELEVISION SET. TO SHARE PHOTOS, TO SHARE VIDEOS. THAT BEGINS TO MAKE IT SOCIAL. IT SHARES IT DISPLAY WITH OTHER DEVICES -- AND, ULTIMATELY, WITH OTHER PEOPLE. YOUR DEVICE BROADCASTS CONTENT TO DUMB DEVICES. IT BECOMES THE SENSOR AND RECEIVER FOR THOSE DUMB DEVICES, LIKE TV.
  19. 19. OTHER DEVICES TALKING TO EACHOTHER------------------------------------------------ 1 2 3 LEARNING TO MAKING DEVICES THAT DO MAINTAIN OUR INDIVIDUAL THE WORK FOR SANITY WITH DEVICES SMARTER YOU MULTIPLE DEVICES -  LIMIT THE NUMBER OF -  EVERYTHING RUNNING DEVICES WITH OPERATING SEAMLESSLY IN THE -  “REFLEXIVE SYSTEMS BACKGROUND OF YOUR INTELLIGENCE” GRABBING LIFE WITHOUT MUCH THE DATA AND FILLING IT -  NOT TOASTER DOENSN’T AGITATION OR USER IN FOR YOU, BEFORE YOU NEED ITS OWN TWITTER CONTROL ASK FEED
  20. 20. ------------------------------------------------ MIGRATING INTERFACES------------------------------------------------ LET’S USE THE EXAMPLE OF A CAR WITH BLUETOOTH TECHNOLOGY YOUR PHONE RINGS WHEN YOU ARE DRIVING THE CAR ITSELF IT COMES THROUGH THERE IS AN INVISIBLE BECOMES THE YOUR CAR’S SPEAKERS. SHIFT OF CONTROL INTERFACE. YOU YOU ANSWER WITHOUT FROM ONE DEVICE TO CONTINUE THE TAKING YOUR EYES OFF THE OTHER AS THE CONVERSATION THE ROAD CALL FOLLOWS YOU UNTILL YOU PARK AND TURN THE CAR OFF
  21. 21. WHAT INNOVATION STAGE? ACCORDING TO BILL BUXTON (A GOOGLE ENGINEER) That means 10 years for invention and patent 5 years in the hands of early adopters 5 years to become standard technology
  22. 22. ECOSYSTEM MATTERS -  NOT ENOUGH TO HAVE A SERVICE -  NOT ENOUGH TO HAVE SOFTWARE -  NOT ENOUGH TO HAVE HARDWARETO WIN IN THIS CURRENT INNOVATION STAGE,YOU MUST HAVE ALL 3
  23. 23. ------------------------------------------------ PASSIVE INTERFACES------------------------------------------------ The Nest thermostat. NIKE Fuelband - PROXIMITY SENSORS TO KNOW WHEN WEAR IT ON YOUR WRIST. TRACKS YOUR YOU’RE HOME. ACTIVITY THROUGHOUT THE DAY - HUMIDITY SENSOR. - TEMPERATURE. IT TALKS TO YOUR PHONE OR YOUR - WIfi. COMPUTER WHENEVER IT COMES INTO - INTERNET CONNECTION TO GET THE CONTACT. WEATHER OUTSIDE. - TALKS TO APPS AND WEBSITE. IT PAIRS WHEN IT CAN, COMMUNICATES REMOTE CONTROL AND REPORTING. WHEN IT CAN.
  24. 24. ------------------------------------------------ KEY TAKEAWAYS------------------------------------------------ •  Sensors are the superpowers. Don’t do it just because. Don’t force maps into your app just because of GPS. Think about how it will help your product •  Think social. For once, not FB or Twitter. Interact with other devices. What are the opportunities to share not only content but control. Start thinking about that future of social devices. •  Your ecosystem. Most of us are not Apple or Amazon or Microsoft or Google. But we can control our own. You are not building an app. You are building a system. Prepare for multidevice future. •  New inputs. Start planning for the future of speech, gesture, facial recogntion. Is your content ready for this? How do those things work in combination?

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