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Avi Itzkovitch- Designing with sensors

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Avi Itzkovitch at From business to Buttons 2015, at Berns in Stockholm.

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Avi Itzkovitch- Designing with sensors

  1. 1. #fbtb15 Designing with Sensors: Creating Adaptive Experiences @xgmedia
  2. 2. Minority Report
  3. 3. Minority Report Chief John
  4. 4. Adaptive Design
  5. 5. Adaptive Design The Era of Invisible Design
  6. 6. Using Sensors Turning Data into Contextual Knowledge
  7. 7. GPS
  8. 8. Cover automatically recognizes when you’re at home, work, or in the car and learns which apps you use most in each context.
  9. 9. Accelerometer
  10. 10. Accelerometer
  11. 11. • Geophone • Hydrophone • Lace Sensor a guitar pickup • Microphone • Seismometer • Breathalyzer • Carbon dioxide sensor • Carbon monoxide detector • Catalytic bead sensor • Chemical field-effect transistor • Pellistor • pH glass electrode • Potentiometric sensor • Redox electrode • Smoke detector • Zinc oxide nanorod sensor • Current sensor • Electroscope • Galvanometer • Hall effect sensor • Hall probe • Magnetic anomaly detector • Magnetometer • MEMS magnetic field sensor • Metal detector • Planar Hall sensor • Radio direction finder • Voltage detector • Seismometers • Snow gauge • Soil moisture sensor • Stream gauge • Tide gauge • Bhangmeter • Hydrometer • Force gauge • Level sensor • Electrochemical gas sensor • Electronic nose • Electrolyte–insulator– semiconductor sensor • Fluorescent chloride sensors • Holographic sensor • Hydrocarbon dew point analyzer • Hydrogen sensor • Hydrogen sulfide sensor • Infrared point sensor • Ion-selective electrode • Nondispersive infrared sensor • Microwave chemistry sensor • Nitrogen oxide sensor • Olfactometer • Optode • Oxygen sensor • Actinometer • Bedwetting alarm • Ceilometer • Dew warning • Electrochemical gas sensor • Fish counter • Frequency domain sensor • Gas detector • Hook gauge evaporimeter • Humistor • Hygrometer • Leaf sensor • Pyranometer • Pyrgeometer • Psychrometer • Rain gauge • Rain sensor • Reed switch • Stud finder • Air flow meter • Anemometer • Flow sensor • Gas meter • Mass flow sensor • Water meter • Bubble chamber • Cloud chamber • Geiger counter • Neutron detection • Particle detector • Scintillation counter • Scintillator • Wire chamber • Air speed indicator • Altimeter • Attitude indicator • Depth gauge • Fluxgate compass • Gyroscope • Inertial navigation system • Inertial reference unit • Magnetic compass • MHD sensor • Ring laser gyroscope • Turn coordinator • Variometer • Vibrating structure gyroscope • Yaw rate sensor • Photoswitch • Phototube • Scintillometer • Shack-Hartmann • Single-photon avalanche diode • Superconducting nanowire • Touch switch • Accelerometer • Auxanometer • Capacitive displacement sensor • Capacitive sensing • Free fall sensor • Gravimeter • Gyroscopic sensor • Inclinometer • Integrated circuit piezoelectric sensor • Laser rangefinder • Laser surface velocimeter • LIDAR • Linear encoder • Linear variable differential transformer (LVDT) • Liquid capacitive inclinometers • Odometer • Photoelectric sensor • Piezoelectric accelerometer • Position sensor • Rate sensor • Rotary encoder • Rotary variable differential transformer • Selsyn • Sudden Motion Sensor • Tilt sensor • Tachometer • Ultrasonic thickness gauge • Variable reluctance sensor • Velocity receiver • single-photon detector • Transition edge sensor • Visible light photon counter • Wavefront sensor • Charge-coupled device • Colorimeter • Contact image sensor • Electro-optical sensor • Flame detector • Infra-red sensor • Kinetic inductance detector • LED as light sensor • Light-addressable potentiometric sensor • Nichols radiometer • Fiber optic sensors • Optical position sensor • Photodetector • Photodiode • Photomultiplier tubes • Phototransistor • Photoelectric sensor • Photoionization detector • Photomultiplier • Photoresistor • Bourdon gauge • Hot filament ionization gauge • Ionization gauge • McLeod gauge • Oscillating U-tube • Permanent Downhole Gauge • Piezometer • Pirani gauge • Pressure sensor • Pressure gauge • Tactile sensor • Time pressure gauge • Thermistor • Thermocouple • Thermometer • Special sensor List of sensors http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_sensors
  12. 12. Using other “Sensors” Turning Data into Contextual Knowledge
  13. 13. Camera Samsung GALAXY S
  14. 14. Email Address API Ema il Gender Age Hobbies
  15. 15. Time and Date “Songza is a simple answer to a tough question: what should I listen to right now
  16. 16. Alba has embedded sensors that allow it to intelligently respond to the surrounding world. Perfect Light Level With integrated sensors, Alba is always able to maintain perfect lighting levels without wasting any light Color Temperature Alba seamlessly adjusts from cool whites to warm- yellow tones to suit the situation Motion Sensing On when you’re there, off when you’re not – never worry about touching a switch again Intuitive Learning Our system works straight out of the box and learns from your inputs
  17. 17. 6am Syncs with your alarm to gently wake you up naturally, like the sunrise. The right light tobget you going.
  18. 18. 1pm When everyone is out to lunch, Alba turns off the lights automatically. Color temperature can be optimized for productivity.
  19. 19. 6pm Alba helps set the right lighting so you can better enjoy family time.
  20. 20. Midnight Alba will gently light your way at night. Just enough to find your way while letting everyone else sleep.
  21. 21. Human behavior as a sensor
  22. 22. Weekdays 12:00PM – 2:00PM
  23. 23. Welcome to Boston Since this is your first visit, we would like to send you street notifications. No Thanks Yes
  24. 24. Designing Flow A Friction-Free World
  25. 25. Bicycle Sharing Program
  26. 26. What I want When I need it In my immediate context Adaptive Design
  27. 27. Designing with Sensors
  28. 28. Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. --Arthur C. Clarke / Third Law “
  29. 29. Thank you  Avi Itzkovitch www.UXsalon.com @xgmedia

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