Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Making Sense of Wearables: Introduction: Intimacy & Communication

676 views

Published on

Moving from personal space to social space, and from the innate human desire for communication and community, we will explore the transition from one to the other and the role that wearable technologies have, and can play, in this journey.

Published in: Design
  • Login to see the comments

  • Be the first to like this

Making Sense of Wearables: Introduction: Intimacy & Communication

  1. 1. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication Making Sense of Wearables ITP, Spring 2015 Class 7 Intimacy & Communication 1
  2. 2. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication Intimacy Trust Privacy Communication (community) 2
  3. 3. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication Language (private) (tacit) (explicit) (shared) (verbal) (non-verbal) 3
  4. 4. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication On Kawara, I am Still Alive
  5. 5. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication
  6. 6. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication Non Verbal Communication http://center-for-nonverbal-studies.org/
  7. 7. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication http://center-for-nonverbal-studies.org/message.htm MESSAGES Communication. A transmittal of information by signs, signals, cues, or words from one living thing to another. Usage: Regarding nonverbal messages, a. all cues are signals, and b. all signals are signs--but c. not all signs are signals, and d. not all signs and signals are cues. Regarding verbal messages, words may be spoken, whistled, written, or manually signed.
  8. 8. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication The Duchenne Smile The Pan Am smile, also known as the "Botox smile", is the name given to a fake smile, in which only the zygomatic major muscle is voluntarily contracted to show politeness. It is named after the now- defunct airline Pan American World Airways, whose flight attendants would always flash every jet-setter the same perfunctory smile. Botox was not introduced for cosmetic use until 2002.
  9. 9. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication VISUAL AUDITORY TACTILE CHEMICAL
  10. 10. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication VISUAL AUDITORY TACTILE CHEMICAL
  11. 11. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication VISUAL AUDITORY TACTILE CHEMICAL
  12. 12. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication VISUAL AUDITORY TACTILE CHEMICAL
  13. 13. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Personal_space Edward T. Hall, The Hidden Dimension
  14. 14. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication With a single tap of the device’s only button, it opens a private two-way voice communication channel to a pre- determined group of fellow users. Onyx has a built-in speaker and microphone that act as a standard two-way speakerphone, but also has a standard headphone jack that supports a microphone, giving the option for more private communication.
  15. 15. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication The GER MOOD SWEATER interprets emotion and displays excitement levels instantly with an illuminated collar. It is a whimsical approach to new forms of communication inspired by the body.
  16. 16. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication
  17. 17. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication "TACTILU is an example of how sound and vision are no longer required to communicate emotions and stories amongst people."
  18. 18. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication Touch to stay in Touch. Because there are times when only the language of touch can fully express what we feel. www.bond-touch.com
  19. 19. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication T.Jacket provides deep touch pressure to children with sensory needs. It simulates the feeling of a hug in order to calm, comfort and soothe them.
  20. 20. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication Your smart phone delivers the hug data to your friend’s smart phone through the mobile network and the hug is seamlessly transmitted Bluetooth to his or her The Hug Shirt™! Sending hugs is as easy as sending any message and you will be able to send hugs while you are on the move from Rome to Tokyo, and New York to Paris for example.
  21. 21. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication Lucy Orta's sculptural work investigates the boundaries between the body and architecture, exploring their common social factors, such as communication and identity.
  22. 22. Making Sense of Wearables | Despina Papadopoulos | ITP, NYU Spring 2015 Class 07: Intimacy & Communication The study reports three distinct findings showing how unhealthy habits are promoted in long-term, intimate relationships: through the direct bad influence of one partner, through synchronicity of health habits, and through the notion of personal responsibility. Fuller, Dawn. "Long-Term, Intimate Partnerships Can Promote Unhealthy Habits"

×