BASAK HAZNEDAROGLU
THESIS PROTOTYPES
CYNTHIA LAWSON

                     09.30.2010
technology



urban space   people




  urban space
   technology
social interaction
creating a second skin
natural
                         elements
                      trees, squirrels
          laptops

      mobile phone

  ...
data
  as a content or conversation?

data
                     data

Not after this!
How can I turn this data into conversation?
SOCIAL LIFE OF WIRELESS URBAN SPACE
How technology influencing privatism and
    participation at the same time?
Impacts o...
Explore the technology and wifi and how it is related
to social interaction and how it influences the way we
             ...
Majority of wi-fi users used their wireless Internet
connection to communicate with social ties that were
           not p...
Put the individual into thick of things!
Yellow chair project by Anab Jain
Inviting strangers from street to use her computer and its wireless open access not only...
eye contact experiment
forcing people to stare and communicate
what’s mine is yours experiment
Results were mostly revolved around
SEXUALITY!
follower/fan/stalker tags experiment
carry the familiar networks into
unfamiliar zones and
create a conversation
porte parole by Krzysztof Wodiczko
forcing communication through immigrants’ narratives
NEXT STEPS


What are the social and cultural implications of ubiquitous computing for
urban environment?

What opportunit...
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  1. 1. BASAK HAZNEDAROGLU THESIS PROTOTYPES CYNTHIA LAWSON 09.30.2010
  2. 2. technology urban space people urban space technology social interaction
  3. 3. creating a second skin
  4. 4. natural elements trees, squirrels
 laptops
 mobile phone
 E readers iPads
 people objects interaction map staring books,bench talking
  5. 5. data as a content or conversation? data
 data

  6. 6. Not after this! How can I turn this data into conversation?
  7. 7. SOCIAL LIFE OF WIRELESS URBAN SPACE How technology influencing privatism and participation at the same time? Impacts of wireless Internet use on urban public spaces?
  8. 8. Explore the technology and wifi and how it is related to social interaction and how it influences the way we use public space Explore how it is shaping human behavior in urban space
  9. 9. Majority of wi-fi users used their wireless Internet connection to communicate with social ties that were not physically present (66%) Decline in exposure to diversity of opinion or issues tend to be culturally and ideologically homogeneous
  10. 10. Put the individual into thick of things!
  11. 11. Yellow chair project by Anab Jain Inviting strangers from street to use her computer and its wireless open access not only as an access to the internet but to read or to listen to her "Today's Offer" in the "shared folder" a 'real world blog space' a territory for conversation between neighbours
  12. 12. eye contact experiment forcing people to stare and communicate
  13. 13. what’s mine is yours experiment Results were mostly revolved around SEXUALITY!
  14. 14. follower/fan/stalker tags experiment carry the familiar networks into unfamiliar zones and create a conversation
  15. 15. porte parole by Krzysztof Wodiczko forcing communication through immigrants’ narratives
  16. 16. NEXT STEPS What are the social and cultural implications of ubiquitous computing for urban environment? What opportunities lie to use urban computing as a way of communication? Exploring ways to force communication through personal and public data Proposing the idea of socialization through urban spaces and focusing on miscommunications maybe? Forcing the individual to get out of the familiar networks to bring more diversity

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