iOpen for Intel

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iCameras as cheap as post-its. As sensors for rich amounts of data rather than just tools for photography. As ubiquitous, intelligent machines that see and interpret.

Will the above scenario (which could soon become a reality) just lead to cameras becoming better agents for surveillance or can there be a scenario where we could free the camera from this notion.

'iOpen'
The above video presents a vision, a scenario where these agents and shared objects could be positioned everywhere in the city by a commune or city, and these could see and process much more than RGB data. This data and the metadata associated with it is collected and processed at databanks , which is then made open and accessible to the public.
What we tried to prototype and show is how such a system could manifest itself , empower and enrich people through the creation of meaningful services, products and even artwork.

The first of the two stories is told by a designer who has used the metadata of 'smiles' in a city to some up with artwork. The second is of a person involved with the development of ' i-Open' , who explains the reasoning and rationale behind the same.

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iOpen for Intel

  1. 1. CAMERA Harsha Vardhan Hao-ting Chang
  2. 2. CAMERASAS SENSORS
  3. 3. AS UBIQUITOUS MACHINESTHAT SEE AND INTERPRET
  4. 4. COPENHAGENINSTITUTE OFINTERACTIONDESIGN CLICK !!
  5. 5. COPENHAGEN INSTITUTE OF INTERACTION DESIGNCAN IT BE NATURAL ?
  6. 6. EXPRESSIONS / GESTURES
  7. 7. PROCESS
  8. 8. BODY STORMING
  9. 9. COPENHAGENINSTITUTE OFINTERACTIONDESIGN SMILE MAPS
  10. 10. TRACKING TO COLLECT DATA
  11. 11. COPENHAGEN INSTITUTE OF INTERACTION DESIGNCAMERAS AS RICH DATA SOURCES
  12. 12. COPENHAGEN INSTITUTE OF INTERACTION DESIGN DATAVALUE TO WHOM AND WHY?
  13. 13. COPENHAGEN INSTITUTE OF INTERACTION DESIGN HUMANENVIRONMENT HUMAN
  14. 14. COPENHAGEN INSTITUTE OF INTERACTION DESIGN HUMAN SENSORS AS FACILITATORSENVIRONMENT HUMAN
  15. 15. THE CITY AS A CANVAS
  16. 16. COPENHAGEN INSTITUTE OF INTERACTION DESIGNHOTBED OF INTERACTIONS
  17. 17. COPENHAGENINSTITUTE OFINTERACTIONDESIGN AS CHEAP AS ...
  18. 18. SURVEILLANCE
  19. 19. GETTING AWAYFROM THIS NOTION
  20. 20. COPENHAGEN INSTITUTE OF INTERACTION DESIGNOPEN DATA PLATFORM
  21. 21. COPENHAGENINSTITUTE OFINTERACTIONDESIGNPOTENTIAL SERVICES EMPOWERMENT ENRICHMENT
  22. 22. SCENARIO VISION
  23. 23. MAP 1
  24. 24. MAP 2
  25. 25. 2 STORIES DEMO TIME
  26. 26. COPENHAGEN INSTITUTE OF INTERACTION DESIGNSENSORS AS SHARED OBJECTS OPEN DATA EMPOWERING PEOPLE VISION VALUE OPEN RECOMBINATION CAPTURE BIG DATA SENSING
  27. 27. Computation IntensiveIntegration
  28. 28. CENTRALIZED Consumer Number crunching at a databank MAP 3 DECENTRALIZED Consumer DIRECT TRANSFER / NO STORAGENumber crunching at source
  29. 29. COPENHAGENINSTITUTE OFINTERACTIONDESIGN Thank you Harsha Vardhan h.ramesh-babu@edu.ciid.dk Hao-ting Chang h.chang@edu.ciid.dk

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