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  1. 1. open innovation in a digitized world © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  2. 2. Youngjin Yoo http:// youngjinyoo.com Temple University © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  3. 3. 1.0 © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
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  23. 23. 2.0 © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  24. 24. the dawn of new digital world © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  25. 25. digitizatio n of tools and works © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  26. 26. digitization of products © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  27. 27. digitization of contents © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  28. 28. digitization of time & space © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  29. 29. digitization of relationship © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  30. 30. digitization of familiar products and services © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  31. 31. digitization of triviality © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  32. 32. new form of radical digital convergence © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  33. 33. in all dimensions of human experiences © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  34. 34. place things experiences people time © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  35. 35. things that were unrelated become connected © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  36. 36. © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  37. 37. allowing new meanings on familiar products and © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  38. 38. tight coalescence between digital and physical materiality © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  39. 39. ubiquity of digital presence © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  40. 40. familiar images of computing © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
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  45. 45. new images of computing experiences © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
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  53. 53. 3.0 © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  54. 54. seven principles of radically convergent digital environments © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  55. 55. programmable © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  56. 56. communicable © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  57. 57. memoriable © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  58. 58. addressable © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  59. 59. senseable © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  60. 60. locatable © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  61. 61. associable © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  62. 62. 4.0 © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  63. 63. new forms of organizing © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
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  73. 73. 5.0 © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  74. 74. digital revolution brought two changes © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  75. 75. (a) radical reduction of communication cost © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  76. 76. de-centralization of control © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  77. 77. democratization of innovation process © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  78. 78. (b) radical digital convergence © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  79. 79. increase the heterogeneity of knowledge resources © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  80. 80. this suggests two dimensions in digital innovation © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  81. 81. organizational control centralized distributed single distributed singular innovation innovation knowledge diversity heterogeneous systemic doubly innovation distributed © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  82. 82. organizational control centralized distributed single distributed singular innovation innovation knowledge diversity heterogeneous systemic doubly innovation distributed wicked space of innovation © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  83. 83. 6.0 © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  84. 84. what does this all mean? © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  85. 85. 6.1 © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  86. 86. new boundaries © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  87. 87. physical vs. digital © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  88. 88. private vs public © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  89. 89. consumption vs. production © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  90. 90. local vs. global © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  91. 91. 6.2 © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  92. 92. no heroic innovator © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  93. 93. heterogeneous actors © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  94. 94. following own innovation trajectory © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  95. 95. mash-up © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  96. 96. 6.3 © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  97. 97. no more single wake of innovation © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  98. 98. wakes of innovations © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  99. 99. 6.4 © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  100. 100. identity © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  101. 101. technology structure identity © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  102. 102. the history of the phone © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
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  111. 111. now, what are you designing? © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  112. 112. and © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  113. 113. who are you? © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  114. 114. artifact as identity shaping device © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  115. 115. homo faber © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  116. 116. generativity of digital tools and evolution of identity © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  117. 117. 4. new mode of inquiry © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  118. 118. Simon’s vision of artificial world © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  119. 119. heap of accidents © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  120. 120. digital artifacts as important element of the world in which © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  121. 121. problem with the discovery mode of science © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  122. 122. science as design © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  123. 123. (unhappy) design consciousness © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  124. 124. holy discontent © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo
  125. 125. Q&A © copyright 2008, youngjin yoo

Editor's Notes




  • leonardo da vinci -- 15th century

  • world oldest picture, 1825 by Frenchman Nicéphore Niépce's
  • first manufactured camera obscura - 1820
  • first Eastman Kodak camera with preloaded films for 100 pictures- 1889
  • first 35 mm camera 1925
  • first SLR (single lens reflex) 1949
  • earlies instant polaroid -- 1960’s
  • first digital camera by Kodak 1975
  • digital SLR
  • first digital camera with GPS

  • Sanyo - J-SH04 - November 2002
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