autonomy Ankit Shekhawat Masters in Interaction Design 2007 Master Thesis Domus Academy Project Leaders: Jozeph Forakis an...
 
SEAMLESSNESS Joint-less Continuous Repetitious Ubiquitous Abstract
Seamless systems need to continuously sync with our actions and behaviours
Search engines try to be seamless by  Attempting to understand our objectives
Our conversation are scanned for key words for relevance
Songdo, S. Korea’s upcoming U-city
For the sake of seamlessness, systems need to get smarter And they do that by tracking our actions and behaviour
Hence, seamless applications can have their tradeoffs
Deception
 
Lucrative advantages Sharing and expressivity.
Surveillance
Fast forward >>
<ul><li>Soon there will have surveillance everywhere </li></ul>
<ul><li>And we will be aware about it. </li></ul>Surveillance will be a social norm.
<ul><li>And we shall adapt to the fact that our every action is being tracked . </li></ul>
 
Confrontation
We need re-conceptualize “the private sphere”.
How will we preserve and compromise  our personal autonomy and sovereignty?
Will we try to escape?
Or we take it as a stage  and act out our lives!
#1 <ul><li>Explore the potential confrontations our society could have under a monitor. </li></ul>
And If we accept it as a norm, will we have control over it?
Will we have control over our visibility?
Degree of control within our privacy spheres
Can we control our connectivity status in both digital and physical realms
 
#2 <ul><li>Investigate ways of seamless degrees of control over our privacy and connectivity states. </li></ul>
THANK YOU
 
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Ankit Thesis Proposal

  1. 1. autonomy Ankit Shekhawat Masters in Interaction Design 2007 Master Thesis Domus Academy Project Leaders: Jozeph Forakis and Chiara Diana Project assistant : Katrin Svabo Bech In collaboration with [working title] Project Proposal
  2. 3. SEAMLESSNESS Joint-less Continuous Repetitious Ubiquitous Abstract
  3. 4. Seamless systems need to continuously sync with our actions and behaviours
  4. 5. Search engines try to be seamless by Attempting to understand our objectives
  5. 6. Our conversation are scanned for key words for relevance
  6. 7. Songdo, S. Korea’s upcoming U-city
  7. 8. For the sake of seamlessness, systems need to get smarter And they do that by tracking our actions and behaviour
  8. 9. Hence, seamless applications can have their tradeoffs
  9. 10. Deception
  10. 12. Lucrative advantages Sharing and expressivity.
  11. 13. Surveillance
  12. 14. Fast forward >>
  13. 15. <ul><li>Soon there will have surveillance everywhere </li></ul>
  14. 16. <ul><li>And we will be aware about it. </li></ul>Surveillance will be a social norm.
  15. 17. <ul><li>And we shall adapt to the fact that our every action is being tracked . </li></ul>
  16. 19. Confrontation
  17. 20. We need re-conceptualize “the private sphere”.
  18. 21. How will we preserve and compromise our personal autonomy and sovereignty?
  19. 22. Will we try to escape?
  20. 23. Or we take it as a stage and act out our lives!
  21. 24. #1 <ul><li>Explore the potential confrontations our society could have under a monitor. </li></ul>
  22. 25. And If we accept it as a norm, will we have control over it?
  23. 26. Will we have control over our visibility?
  24. 27. Degree of control within our privacy spheres
  25. 28. Can we control our connectivity status in both digital and physical realms
  26. 30. #2 <ul><li>Investigate ways of seamless degrees of control over our privacy and connectivity states. </li></ul>
  27. 31. THANK YOU

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