140130 Wearables and Lifelogging

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Status and visions of wearables and lifelogging. There is more to the quantified self than just narcissistic health monitoring.

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140130 Wearables and Lifelogging

  1. 1. WEARABLE COMPUTING AND LIFELOGGING By Odd-Wiking Rahlff Senior User Experience Designer, Visma Software Int. AS Presented for Ifi Design, January 30th 2014
  2. 2. AGENDA ¢  The Vision ¢  History ¢  Status ¢  Challenges ¢  The Future ¢  Discussion
  3. 3. VISION OF WEARABLES ¢  (Web)connected electronic gadgets with displays and sensors and actuators that are made to be worn like clothes or accessories. ¢  Interweaves with daily life and activities ¢  ”Bitstream relays”
  4. 4. BUT USED FOR WHAT? ¢  The next cool thing looking for a need? ¢  Self tracking – quantified self – biometrics —  —  —  —  ¢  Advanced step counter Training assistance Fitness and sleep monitor … Life logging —  —  —  —  Photolog Places you have been Sounds around Parasitic on other gadgets ¢  ¢  ¢  ¢  Phone log Twitterlog FB-log Sense augmentation and AR
  5. 5. HISTORY OF A TIMEPIECE ?!
  6. 6. HISTORY OF WEARABLES AS SUCH ¢  1980s: Steve Mann, MIT http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_Mann
  7. 7. STATUS FROM CES 2014 SONY SMARTBAND AND CORE FOR LIFELOGGING
  8. 8. OTHER WEARABLE LOGGERS ¢  Jawbone Up ¢  Nike Fuelband ¢  Fitbit tracker ¢  Livescribe Pen
  9. 9. …BUT THERE IS MORE THAN THIS “The bracelet will become available in limited quantities worldwide later this month. It comes in a striking rose gold colorway, which takes cues from high-end timepieces, with a clasp, bezel and screws manufactured from 316 series stainless steel. The beautifully crafted metal components are then hand-polished to a mirror finish and given a beautiful and extremely durable PVD coating. The Rose Gold Nike+ FuelBand SE will be available from select retail locations and nike.com beginning November 21, 2013 for a suggested retail price of $169 USD”
  10. 10. SETTING YOUR MARK ON THE TIMELINE Neanderthal hands, El Castillo, Spain
  11. 11. SAINT-LOUPE-DE-VARENNES, 1826 Joseph Nicéphore Niépce
  12. 12. FACES FROZEN IN TIME, 1839
  13. 13. MY GREAT GRANDMOTHER JENNY – BORNHOLM 1914
  14. 14. LIFELOGGING  ¢  “The cover story spotlights the controversial practice of lifelogging - the painstaking effort to capture a life in photos, letters, keepsakes, video, audio recordings and more.” ¢  CACM, May 2010
  15. 15. REASONS FOR LOGGING ¢  The —  —  —  frail human memory Memory Glasses [deVaul, MIT, 2003] Remembrance Agent [Rhodes, 1996] MyLifeBits [Gordon Bell] ¢  Self inspection ¢  The Innerverse
  16. 16. THE REVISITED TIMELINE ¢  Leeds, October 1888 —  ¢  Berlin 1900 —  ¢  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1e8hnCRrGoE London 1926 —  ¢  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B-m9A8mY-U0 London 1904 —  ¢  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=myQpkIlv_lw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TwahIQz0o-M London revisited —  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5kml92pPjx0 E.g. Odd hits, July 6.1962 (27:40)
  17. 17. PERSONAL AND SHARED STORIES Personal ¢  From Big Brother ¢  To “Little Brother”s Group Public
  18. 18. NEEDS FOR STORAGE ¢  ¢  Books (~ 1 MB /book) All the books in the world - Library of Congress —  —  ¢  All the Movies in the world 100-200.000 —  ¢  28 mill books 28 TB Some PB A logged Life —  100 TB October 2013: “3D magnetic storage breakthrough enables 100TB+ hard drives” [Source: G.Bell, 2001. Kahle, 2004] 18
  19. 19. SEARCHING YOUR LIFELOG… ¢  Words in my talkstream ¢  Places I’ve visited ¢  Along my Timeline ¢  Places my heart raced ¢  Times of joy ¢  … ¢  By active search… ¢  …or —  by passive Contextual triggering
  20. 20. FACEBOOK TIMELINE, SEPTEMBER 2011
  21. 21. BITSTREAMS 21 (s,ID,t,…) senso r s tag ID f(s,ID,t,…)
  22. 22. THE INTERWEAVING OF THE STREAMS ¢  The things we see The things we see together ¢  ”I feel a great disturbance in the Force” ¢ 
  23. 23. CHALLENGES ¢  Data integrity and privacy ¢  Fragmented standards ¢  Proprietary walled gardens —  —  —  —  Apple Samsung Sony … ¢  Battery —  The endless charging cycles ¢  Synchronisation ¢  Data preservation ¢  Usefulness
  24. 24. DATA FOR WHOM? ¢  Yourself of course! ¢  NSA ¢  China ¢  Google ¢  Facebook ¢  PST ¢  Your pedigree?
  25. 25. INHERITANCE OF LIFELOG
  26. 26. THE FUTURE – INCORPORATION CORP. ¢  Google Glass
  27. 27. WEARABLES SEEP IN EVERY…WEAR
  28. 28. SUMMARY ¢  Wearable technology and lifelogging is here to stay ¢  First person perspective logging ¢  Changes our perception of reality ¢  Connects with personal and cultural trace ¢  Will be severely targeted by commercial use and secret monitoring ¢  Opens the hive mind
  29. 29. DISCUSSION ¢  What would YOU like to get from a wearable? ¢  How do you think these systems will change us?
  30. 30. AND THAT’S ALL FOLKS! ¢  Odd-Wiking —  —  Rahlff, oddwiking@gmail.com no.linkedin.com/in/oddwiking/

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