You wear it well.
Martin Gale
Master Inventor and CTO for Mobile, IBM UK and Ireland
@martinjgale
We’re at a new frontier of technology.
Systems
designed to
help processes
Systems
designed to
help people
Wearable technology takes this to a new extreme.
Shared. Mostly yours. Personal. Intimate.
And the technology possibilities are still growing…
Got network.
Knows location.
Connects to cloud.
Doesn’t need a phone.
But just because you can, should you?
“Engineers like to solve problems. If
there are no problems handily
available, they ...
Start with the user. They’re the most important person.
“Never love anyone who treats
you like you're ordinary.”
Oscar Wil...
Translating wearables to an experience — finding a model.
Health

Impact
Wearables

Data
Intervention
The three core ingredients of a great wearable experience.
Context Insight
Action
Instrument but don’t intrude (or lose).
Weight
Time
Pulse Oximetry
Age
Speed
Cadence
Location
Heart Rate Respiration
Weath...
Turn the instrumentation into knowledge and advice.
Sleep badly.
Feel tired.
Eat chocolate.
Feel guilty
Snap at family.
Go...
Do things that matter at the time they matter most.
The healthy snack before you binge.
The nap before you snap.
The run t...
We’ve got all the pieces. Now to put them together.
“The future is already here – it's
just not evenly distributed.”
Willi...
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You wear it well - Wearable Technology Show 2015, London 11th March 2015

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Technology is moving so fast that it’s easy to get bogged down in the technology, facts and figures — gadgets, sensors, data volumes etc etc. This is all interesting, but actually what difference can and will it make?

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You wear it well - Wearable Technology Show 2015, London 11th March 2015

  1. 1. You wear it well. Martin Gale Master Inventor and CTO for Mobile, IBM UK and Ireland @martinjgale
  2. 2. We’re at a new frontier of technology. Systems designed to help processes Systems designed to help people
  3. 3. Wearable technology takes this to a new extreme. Shared. Mostly yours. Personal. Intimate.
  4. 4. And the technology possibilities are still growing… Got network. Knows location. Connects to cloud. Doesn’t need a phone.
  5. 5. But just because you can, should you? “Engineers like to solve problems. If there are no problems handily available, they will create their own problems.” Dilbert
  6. 6. Start with the user. They’re the most important person. “Never love anyone who treats you like you're ordinary.” Oscar Wilde
  7. 7. Translating wearables to an experience — finding a model. Health
 Impact Wearables
 Data Intervention
  8. 8. The three core ingredients of a great wearable experience. Context Insight Action
  9. 9. Instrument but don’t intrude (or lose). Weight Time Pulse Oximetry Age Speed Cadence Location Heart Rate Respiration Weather Temperature Light Sleep Context
  10. 10. Turn the instrumentation into knowledge and advice. Sleep badly. Feel tired. Eat chocolate. Feel guilty Snap at family. Go for ice cream. Insight
  11. 11. Do things that matter at the time they matter most. The healthy snack before you binge. The nap before you snap. The run that doesn’t pass the chip shop. The hotel just next to the local gym. The suggestion just when you’re ordering. Action
  12. 12. We’ve got all the pieces. Now to put them together. “The future is already here – it's just not evenly distributed.” William Gibson

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