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Webvisions Chicago IoT Design

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Webvisions Chicago IoT Design

  1. 1. September 27, 2013 1 Making meaning in an internet of things Webvisions Chicago 9/27/2013
  2. 2. September 27, 2013 2 Making meaning in an internet of things IxD13 Conference Toronto
  3. 3. September 27, 2013 3 Making meaning in an internet of things IxD13 Conference Toronto
  4. 4. September 27, 2013 4 Making meaning in an internet of things IxD13 Conference Toronto
  5. 5. September 27, 2013 5 Online @carladiana_ #wvchicago #iot www.smartinteractionlab.com www.smartdesignworldwide.com www.carladiana.com
  6. 6. September 27, 2013 6 So, what is it, exactly?
  7. 7. September 27, 2013 7 Physical devices, digital presence Dynamic, networked, cloud-enabled sensors actuators Data storage Computing Feedback and visualization
  8. 8. September 27, 2013 8 Henry Holtzman, MIT Media Lab Original IoT vision was a database of tagged items that could be tracked IoT then
  9. 9. September 27, 2013 9 Henry Holtzman, MIT Media Lab IoT now What we didn’t anticipate is the many devices we would have with computing power
  10. 10. September 27, 2013 10 Henry Holtzman, MIT Media Lab The vision is no longer having to say “here’s what I’m doing and here’s why I’m doing it, now help me”
  11. 11. September 27, 2013 11 The perfect storm: robotics affordable sensors object tagging wireless communications broadband
  12. 12. September 27, 2013 12 Making meaning in an internet of things IxD13 Conference Toronto
  13. 13. September 27, 2013 13 What does this mean for design?
  14. 14. September 27, 2013 14 During 2008, the number of things connected to the Internet exceeded the number of people on earth. By 2020 there will be 50 billion. - Cisco Systems
  15. 15. September 27, 2013 15 Industry categories Energy Connected Home Lifestyle Home Health Care Sports Finance Automotive Entertainment
  16. 16. September 27, 2013 16 Visions
  17. 17. September 27, 2013 17 The mavericks: throwing spaghetti at the wall
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  19. 19. September 27, 2013 19 Ninja blocks
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  22. 22. September 27, 2013 22 Karotz, Nabaztag
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  25. 25. September 27, 2013 25 Where do we find meaning?
  26. 26. September 27, 2013 26 Turning things into knowing ? ? ? ? ?
  27. 27. September 27, 2013 27 me! myself others the world Knowing about…
  28. 28. September 27, 2013 28 data information knowledge wisdom Hierarchy of meaning
  29. 29. September 27, 2013 29 About myself Training Self control Mindfulness Behavior change Identity me!
  30. 30. September 27, 2013 30 The quantified self
  31. 31. September 27, 2013 31 The quantified self Fitbit
  32. 32. September 27, 2013 32 The quantified other: pets & plants Tagg
  33. 33. September 27, 2013 33 The quantified other: pets & plants Green Goose
  34. 34. September 27, 2013 34 WiThings scale, BP monitor
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  36. 36. September 27, 2013 36 Self control
  37. 37. September 27, 2013 37 Self control
  38. 38. September 27, 2013 38 Mindfulness
  39. 39. September 27, 2013 39 Mindfulness Adheretech
  40. 40. September 27, 2013 40 Mavia System Behavior change
  41. 41. September 27, 2013 41 Identity
  42. 42. September 27, 2013 42 About others Virtual presence Sharing Team dynamics Health care
  43. 43. September 27, 2013 43 Virtual presence
  44. 44. September 27, 2013 44 Sharing
  45. 45. September 27, 2013 45 Team dynamics
  46. 46. September 27, 2013 46 Health care
  47. 47. September 27, 2013 47
  48. 48. September 27, 2013 48 Aging in place Lively
  49. 49. September 27, 2013 49 About our surroundings Exposing the Invisible Remote monitoring and control Accessing the inaccessible Microscopic/macroscopic
  50. 50. September 27, 2013 50 Exposing the invisible
  51. 51. September 27, 2013 51 Exposing the invisible Lapka Blocks
  52. 52. September 27, 2013 52 Exposing the invisible Cube Sensors
  53. 53. September 27, 2013 53 Philips Hue Remote control
  54. 54. September 27, 2013 54 Belkin Wemo Remote control
  55. 55. September 27, 2013 55 Remote control
  56. 56. September 27, 2013 56 Nest Thermostat Remote control and monitoring
  57. 57. September 27, 2013 57 Remote monitoring Twineprojects.com http://www.rtlasersafety.com/workplace-industrial-signs.php At work 12 of us pitched in to get the Twine in order to monitor the availability of the bathroom.
  58. 58. September 27, 2013 58 iGrill Remote monitoring
  59. 59. September 27, 2013 59 Remote monitoring Canary
  60. 60. September 27, 2013 60 Remote monitoring This is my new #Twine helping me thaw ground bison for supper
  61. 61. September 27, 2013 61 Remote monitoring images: Twineprojects.com My @nest thermostat died. Ironically it was my Twine that alerted me to the cold house. Thanks for saving my pipes. After a fire/smoke scare at my apartment last year (thanks, idiot neighbor) I wanted a smoke detector that could email/SMS/ tweeting. The plan is to use Twine.
  62. 62. September 27, 2013 62 Energy Hub Remote control and monitoring
  63. 63. September 27, 2013 63 Microscopic/Macroscopic DIY Geiger Counter
  64. 64. September 27, 2013 64 Microscopic/Macroscopic Air Quality Egg
  65. 65. September 27, 2013 65 Microscopic/Macroscopic Smart Citizen Kit
  66. 66. September 27, 2013 66 Self control Mindfulness Training Behavior change Identity Virtual presence Sharing Team dynamics Health care Remote monitoring/control Accessing the inaccessible Exposing the invisible Macroscopic/microscopic Knowing… me! myself others the world
  67. 67. September 27, 2013 67 Bringing us back to the here and now
  68. 68. September 27, 2013 68 Nate The screen and keyboard were our training wheels for how data can really become part of our lives
  69. 69. September 27, 2013 69 A blank slate moment
  70. 70. September 27, 2013 70 Becoming part of everyday life Products have to be “about” something: flexible platforms like NinjaBlocks and Twine are amazing for developers but most people need a clear sense of purpose and need Data must be truly meaningful, compelling and fairly complete: fitness trackers are great for runners and walkers, but what about cyclists and skaters? Information should come from multiple sources: my Withings scale and associated data is helpful, but I’m still the one making blind guesses regarding what’s changed Products must be easy to set up and install, giving us feedback in a human language: with most new wireless products, we are still a long way from plug and play Vigilance and privacy must be balanced: keeping a constant eye on your home is valuable, but design should provide feedback regarding what is being watched, when Power requirements are always challenging: dealing with cords and batteries detracts from the experience.
  71. 71. September 27, 2013 71 And a few things to keep in mind
  72. 72. September 27, 2013 72 Information overload is never fun
  73. 73. September 27, 2013 73 Life now, data later
  74. 74. September 27, 2013 74 Context is everything
  75. 75. September 27, 2013 75 Communication defines personality
  76. 76. September 27, 2013 76 Playing nice with others
  77. 77. September 27, 2013 77 Knowing when to borrow the screen
  78. 78. September 27, 2013 78 Methods: trying it out and making it happen
  79. 79. September 27, 2013 79 Hacking what’s out there
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  88. 88. September 27, 2013 88 3G Lowest friction WiFi In a home, office (not moving) Bridge Router BT4 Zigbee IRF Tethered (USB, headphone) NFC (trusted network) RFID
  89. 89. September 27, 2013 89 Something fun
  90. 90. September 27, 2013 90
  91. 91. September 27, 2013 91 Resources
  92. 92. September 27, 2013 92 Tech resources: smartinteractionlab.com Arduino ethernet shield/ wifi shield Nanode Microsoft gadgeteer Electric Imp Netduino
  93. 93. September 27, 2013 93
  94. 94. September 27, 2013 94 Inspiration and learning: smartinteractionlab.com Articles http://gigaom.com/2013/08/18/how-can-we-design-an-internet-of-things-for-everyone-no-just-alpha-geeks/ http://www.mckinseyquarterly.com/The_Internet_of_Things_2538 http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/18/sunday-review/the-internet-gets-physical.html?pagewanted=all http://www.cityinnovationgroup.com/1/post/2011/3/essential-reading-11-articles-about-the-future-the- internet-of-things.html http://www.ge.com/mindsandmachines/?gclid=CIvZ3_608rQCFa5QOgodfn8AKg Books http://www.amazon.com/Everyware-Dawning-Age-Ubiquitous-Computing/dp/0321384016 http://www.amazon.com/Smart-Things-Ubiquitous-Computing-Experience/dp/0123748992 http://www.amazon.com/SmartStuff-introduction-Internet-Things-ebook/dp/B008DDW2U2/ref=sr_1_6
  95. 95. September 27, 2013 95 This weekend!
  96. 96. September 27, 2013 96 Say Hello! @carladiana_ smartinteractionlab.com carla.diana@smartdesignworldwide.com
  97. 97. September 27, 2013 97 Comparing IoT Services From Building Internet of Things with the Arduino Charalampos Doukas service features Free/open cosm Visualize and store sensor data online Yes/no Nimbits Data logging on the cloud y/y Thingspeak Visualize and store sensor data online y/y iDi Device cloud platform y/n SensorCloud Visualize and store sensor data online y/n Open.Sen.Se Internet of everything platform y/n Evrythng Software engine and cloud platform y/n Manybots Collect and manage info from various devices y/n Openthings
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