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  1. 1. A New Type of Things Iskander Smit, @iskandr, April 18, 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WcW70-6eQcY
  2. 2. AMS @iskandr
  3. 3. We craft digital products that people love to use
  4. 4. Our scrum framework
  5. 5. Teams dedicated to the client products
  6. 6. Platform development Design thinking
  7. 7. making IoT work connectable .io
  8. 8. https://vimeo.com/91069015
  9. 9. AMSTERDAM #ThingsConAMS
  10. 10. definition internet of things Wikipedia Internet of things, also known as the Internet of objects, refers to the networked interconnection of everyday objects. It is described as a self-configuring wireless network of sensors whose purpose would be to interconnect all things. Essence: there is a network where the objects function as a hub. Connecting the objects creates new possibilities, new smartness. Products are enhanced with data from the Internet.
  11. 11. People ThingsServices
  12. 12. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9G8P0YWd_kU
  13. 13. Connect for meaning? Red Tomato Puzza Button
  14. 14. Optimized experience vs new meaning Eneco Toon vs Nest
  15. 15. 2014. The Internet of Xmas Gifts https://sen.se/store/mother/
  16. 16. 2015. Products with an app http://smarter.am/coffee/
  17. 17. 2016. Embodiment of new possibilities https://vaikai.com/
  18. 18. A new type of Things and our intelligent future Video: Rush Hour
  19. 19. An example; a new bbq experience Products become systems
  20. 20. The Helpful BBQ Sietse Taams
  21. 21. Master of the party occasionally
  22. 22. (ecosystem of) things data activities while using
  23. 23. Input Interface Measure height Well done Raw Measure temperature Computation Position Energy = Time x Heat x Height Measure temperature
  24. 24. Hardware as a platform Conversations with the machines Beyond screen interactions Context aware, rule-based New type of things
  25. 25. the software layer is dening the experience In the product system
  26. 26. Rethink products Cloudwash, BERG
  27. 27. Invisible design Clair Rowland, Design for Connected Objects
  28. 28. Push the power of the service layer far beyond where it is now Tom Coates, shape of Things, 2016
  29. 29. Dialogues Talking Trainers, Google + Adidas
  30. 30. Objects that are aware, conscious, stubborn Google Home
  31. 31. Platforms Bosch SoftTec
  32. 32. Spimes, objects that nudge the user Shaping Things, Bruce Sterling
  33. 33. The Collector The Actor The Creator THREE METAPHORS OF PRODUCT AGENCY Products as Agents dening the roles of products with their users Products As Agents; Nazli Cila, Elisa Guiccardi, Iskander Smit, Ben Krse; 2016
  34. 34. The collector Growcient, high precision agriculture
  35. 35. The Actor June oven
  36. 36. The Creator Starsh self-modeling robot
  37. 37. human computer integration human computer interaction
  38. 38. Interact everywhere, with everything Hyper-reality, 2016
  39. 39. New interactions Project Jacquard
  40. 40. Unlock new interactions Project Soli (Google ATAP)
  41. 41. Haptics embedded Apple Taptic Engine
  42. 42. Dialogues James Bridle, Surveillance Spaulder
  43. 43. A dialgue made tangible Steward by Felix Ros
  44. 44. Destinations were key
  45. 45. The focus will be the now
  46. 46. Scripting adaptive moments as the new interface
  47. 47. In a system of sensors
  48. 48. worship the moment, design the rules
  49. 49. The dominant interaction paradigm will be trigger based dialogues
  50. 50. Issues of delegation Uninvited guests, Superux
  51. 51. Hardware as a platform Conversations with the machines Beyond screen interactions Context aware, rule-based New type of things
  52. 52. Thanks! Iskander Smit, @iskandr