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Extended Senses & Invisible Fences - my ARE2012 talk

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A broad consideration of ubicomp and social dynamics in the emerging urban network.

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Extended Senses & Invisible Fences - my ARE2012 talk

  1. 1. Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  2. 2. Extended senses & invisible fences /A look at the emerging urban experience.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  3. 3. Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  4. 4. “The intelligence of the city is on the streets.” /Manu FernandezChris Arkenberg@chris23
  5. 5. Frame [image]Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  6. 6. Frame 1. Ubicomp is a deep current.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  7. 7. Frame 1. Ubicomp is a deep current. 2. Nature is a deeper current.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  8. 8. Frame 1. Ubicomp is a deep current. 2. Nature is a deeper current. 3. Implementation is heterogeneous.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  9. 9. Frame 1. Ubicomp is a deep current. 2. Nature is a deeper current. 3. Implementation is heterogeneous. 4. There is a tension between technology & humanity.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  10. 10. Frame 1. Ubicomp is a deep current. 2. Nature is a deeper current. 3. Implementation is heterogeneous. 4. There is a tension between technology & humanity. 5. Governance contains, innovation releases.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  11. 11. Frame 1. Ubicomp is a deep current. 2. Nature is a deeper current. 3. Implementation is heterogeneous. 4. There is a tension between technology & humanity. 5. Governance contains, innovation releases. 6. We command our tools…Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  12. 12. Frame 1. Ubicomp is a deep current. 2. Nature is a deeper current. 3. Implementation is heterogeneous. 4. There is a tension between technology & humanity. 5. Governance contains, innovation releases. 6. We command our tools… /But we’re helping them to command us.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  13. 13. Assumptions [image]Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  14. 14. AssumptionsChris Arkenberg@chris23
  15. 15. Assumptions 1. Roughly linear growth model.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  16. 16. Assumptions 1. Roughly linear growth model. 2. Energy constraints are managed.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  17. 17. Assumptions 1. Roughly linear growth model. 2. Energy constraints are managed. 3. Capital models evolve slowly.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  18. 18. Assumptions 1. Roughly linear growth model. 2. Energy constraints are managed. 3. Capital models evolve slowly. 4. Adaptation more than mitigation.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  19. 19. Assumptions 1. Roughly linear growth model. 2. Energy constraints are managed. 3. Capital models evolve slowly. 4. Adaptation more than mitigation. 5. Balkanization, distraction.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  20. 20. Assumptions 1. Roughly linear growth model. 2. Energy constraints are managed. 3. Capital models evolve slowly. 4. Adaptation more than mitigation. 5. Balkanization, distraction. 6. Gaps & opportunities.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  21. 21. Assumptions 1. Roughly linear growth model. 2. Energy constraints are managed. 3. Capital models evolve slowly. 4. Adaptation more than mitigation. 5. Balkanization, distraction. 6. Gaps & opportunities. 7. The living city is emergent.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  22. 22. Assumptions 1. Roughly linear growth model. 2. Energy constraints are managed. 3. Capital models evolve slowly. 4. Adaptation more than mitigation. 5. Balkanization, distraction. 6. Gaps & opportunities. 7. The living city is emergent. /An accelerating patchwork of implementations defines the shifting urban landscape.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  23. 23. Domains PersonalChris Arkenberg@chris23
  24. 24. Domains PersonalChris Arkenberg@chris23
  25. 25. Domains Personal 1. Network identificationChris Arkenberg@chris23
  26. 26. Domains Personal 1. Network identification 2. Device meshChris Arkenberg@chris23
  27. 27. Domains Personal 1. Network identification 2. Device mesh 3. LocationChris Arkenberg@chris23
  28. 28. Domains Personal 1. Network identification 2. Device mesh 3. Location 4. Data profileChris Arkenberg@chris23
  29. 29. Domains Personal 1. Network identification 2. Device mesh 3. Location 4. Data profile /We are clothing ourselves in sensitive technologies.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  30. 30. Domains Local [image]Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  31. 31. Domains LocalChris Arkenberg@chris23
  32. 32. Domains Local 1. ProximityChris Arkenberg@chris23
  33. 33. Domains Local 1. Proximity 2. PathChris Arkenberg@chris23
  34. 34. Domains Local 1. Proximity 2. Path 3. ContextChris Arkenberg@chris23
  35. 35. Domains Local 1. Proximity 2. Path 3. Context 4. BoundariesChris Arkenberg@chris23
  36. 36. Domains Local 1. Proximity 2. Path 3. Context 4. Boundaries /We are anchoring the virtual in the actual, wiring the real to the transreal.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  37. 37. Domains Structural [image]Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  38. 38. Domains StructuralChris Arkenberg@chris23
  39. 39. Domains Structural 1. ArchitectureChris Arkenberg@chris23
  40. 40. Domains Structural 1. Architecture 2. InfrastructureChris Arkenberg@chris23
  41. 41. Domains Structural 1. Architecture 2. Infrastructure 3. TransportationChris Arkenberg@chris23
  42. 42. Domains Structural 1. Architecture 2. Infrastructure 3. Transportation 4. CommunicationChris Arkenberg@chris23
  43. 43. Domains Structural 1. Architecture 2. Infrastructure 3. Transportation 4. Communication/We are creating a computational sensorium of urban informatics.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  44. 44. Domains Interaction [image]Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  45. 45. Domains InteractionChris Arkenberg@chris23
  46. 46. Domains Interaction 1. VisualChris Arkenberg@chris23
  47. 47. Domains Interaction 1. Visual 2. AuditoryChris Arkenberg@chris23
  48. 48. Domains Interaction 1. Visual 2. Auditory 3. TactileChris Arkenberg@chris23
  49. 49. Domains Interaction 1. Visual 2. Auditory 3. Tactile 4. GestureChris Arkenberg@chris23
  50. 50. Domains Interaction 1. Visual 2. Auditory 3. Tactile 4. Gesture 5. VoiceChris Arkenberg@chris23
  51. 51. Domains Interaction 1. Visual 2. Auditory 3. Tactile 4. Gesture 5. Voice /We build technologies to enable new relationships.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  52. 52. Domains Regulation [image]Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  53. 53. Domains RegulationChris Arkenberg@chris23
  54. 54. Domains Regulation “Contexts remind people and their devices how to behave.” /Malcolm McCulloughChris Arkenberg@chris23
  55. 55. Domains RegulationChris Arkenberg@chris23
  56. 56. Domains Regulation 1. FeedbackChris Arkenberg@chris23
  57. 57. Domains Regulation 1. Feedback 2. GuidanceChris Arkenberg@chris23
  58. 58. Domains Regulation 1. Feedback 2. Guidance 3. GovernanceChris Arkenberg@chris23
  59. 59. Domains Regulation 1. Feedback 2. Guidance 3. Governance 4. ControlChris Arkenberg@chris23
  60. 60. Domains Regulation 1. Feedback 2. Guidance 3. Governance 4. Control/By inviting algorithms to help us we enable them to contain us.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  61. 61. Domains Interaction [image]Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  62. 62. Domains AestheticsChris Arkenberg@chris23
  63. 63. Domains Aesthetics “An eruption of the digital into the physical.” /Bruce SterlingChris Arkenberg@chris23
  64. 64. Domains AestheticsChris Arkenberg@chris23
  65. 65. Domains Aesthetics 1. Blended realityChris Arkenberg@chris23
  66. 66. Domains Aesthetics 1. Blended reality 2. Polysocial realityChris Arkenberg@chris23
  67. 67. Domains Aesthetics 1. Blended reality 2. Polysocial reality 3. Spatial convergenceChris Arkenberg@chris23
  68. 68. Domains Aesthetics 1. Blended reality 2. Polysocial reality 3. Spatial convergence 4. Cyborg aestheticsChris Arkenberg@chris23
  69. 69. Domains Aesthetics 1. Blended reality 2. Polysocial reality 3. Spatial convergence 4. Cyborg aesthetics /Perception, cognition, & expression are modulated by the ingression of virtuality into our lives.Chris Arkenberg@chris23
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  71. 71. “The more things change, the more they stay the same.” /Snake Pliskin (Alphonse Karr)Chris Arkenberg@chris23
  72. 72. [image]Chris Arkenberg@chris23

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