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iq.intel.com/real-world-web 14www.psfk.com/real-world-web
HOME SCREEN CURATED BASED ON TIME
AND LOCATION
Cover is an app that automatically organizes shortcuts on the lock
screen to bring up the user’s favorite apps according to when and
where they are most often used. Using Wi-Fi and cell towers to
pinpoint the phone’s location for modes such as Home, Work,
and Out, Cover will seamlessly transition lock screen shortcuts
as the user physically moves between these spaces. Cover can
even learn app usage (with user permission) according to hours
of the day, and also use the phone’s gyroscope and accelerometer
to determine when to activate Car mode. The app was recently
purchased by Twitter, offering some interesting potential ways in
which the service could push messages to its users.
bit.ly/1j2qugq
bit.ly/18xIzc0
BLUETOOTH PUCKS TRANSMIT ADDITIONAL
INFO ON ART TO BRING GALLERY TO LIFE
The gallery at Rubens House in Antwerp, Belgium has layered
iBeacon technology onto their existing mobile application to
create a unique art experience that prompts visitors to further
explore the gallery’s historic pieces. Building upon the information
in museums’ mobile applications, the digital agency Prophets
placed small pucks that use Bluetooth low energy waves to
connect with visitors’ phones as they approach pieces. Visitors
can learn more detailed information about the works they’re
looking at - like how the painter hid family members in popular
portraits - and see other paintings hidden under the final image.
bit.ly/PTZBhs
bit.ly/PTZHWn
EMPATHY TECH
Contextual Experience
Philips: LEDs Broadcast Location-Specific Information To
Shoppers’ Phones
philips.com
bit.ly/1jopZKI
Emu: Text Messaging App And Personal Assistant In One
emu.is
bit.ly/1jRazPm
BMW: Testing In-Car Ads Based On Current Location And
Destination
bit.ly/1mk4Q5D
bit.ly/1lgXXkg
06
ALGORITHM PREDICTS AND PROVIDES
INFORMATION RELATED TO CONTEXT
OF CONVERSATION
MindMeld is a new app for iOS, which functions as a voice
conferencing assistant that understands conversations and,
depending on what people are talking about, will find a map of a
city and tourist information if the chat is about a trip, or restaurants
if it is about eating out. The app detects words and phrases
related to current events and local businesses and searches the
Internet while people are speaking to each other to gather more
information related to the conversation. Up to eight people can
join a chat, and the app also summarizes key concepts of the
discussion. To protect privacy, conversations are not recorded or
stored.
bit.ly/1gQiJHL
bit.ly/PUzhnq
Alexandra
Deschamps-Sonsino.
Interaction & Product
Designer. Designswarm
@iotwatch
bit.ly/1lc6x1X
Kevin Slavin.
Founder & Professor. MIT
Media Lab Playful Systems
@slavin_fpo
@slavin_fpo / bit.ly/1jjCxja
Usman Haque.
Founding Partner. Haque
Design + Research.
@uah / bit.ly/1uUhKwc
TOPIC EXPERTS
IMPLICATIONS
__ Custom learning materials could be delivered
to students or tourists moving throughout a
museum, city and so on, which could be further
curated through age-appropriate interfaces,
content and methods of delivery.
__ Internet-enabled objects can learn from a user’s
behavior and couple it with additional data
such as time and weather to deliver appropriate
experiences.
__ Connected objects in home could alert users in
real-time when supply is running low and remind
them to pick up an item when and where it is
available at a store nearby.
__ Emergency items and supplies could be
programmed to react alongside corresponding
alerts and warnings, helping people locate critical
items during crisis.

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Real World Web iq.intel.com/real-world-web 14www.psfk.com/real-world-web HOME SCREEN CURATED BASED ON TIME AND LOCATION Cover is an app that automatically organizes shortcuts on the lock screen to bring up the user’s favorite apps according to when and where they are most often used. Using Wi-Fi and cell towers to pinpoint the phone’s location for modes such as Home, Work, and Out, Cover will seamlessly transition lock screen shortcuts as the user physically moves between these spaces. Cover can even learn app usage (with user permission) according to hours of the day, and also use the phone’s gyroscope and accelerometer to determine when to activate Car mode. The app was recently purchased by Twitter, offering some interesting potential ways in which the service could push messages to its users. bit.ly/1j2qugq bit.ly/18xIzc0 BLUETOOTH PUCKS TRANSMIT ADDITIONAL INFO ON ART TO BRING GALLERY TO LIFE The gallery at Rubens House in Antwerp, Belgium has layered iBeacon technology onto their existing mobile application to create a unique art experience that prompts visitors to further explore the gallery’s historic pieces. Building upon the information in museums’ mobile applications, the digital agency Prophets placed small pucks that use Bluetooth low energy waves to connect with visitors’ phones as they approach pieces. Visitors can learn more detailed information about the works they’re looking at - like how the painter hid family members in popular portraits - and see other paintings hidden under the final image. bit.ly/PTZBhs bit.ly/PTZHWn EMPATHY TECH Contextual Experience Philips: LEDs Broadcast Location-Specific Information To Shoppers’ Phones philips.com bit.ly/1jopZKI Emu: Text Messaging App And Personal Assistant In One emu.is bit.ly/1jRazPm BMW: Testing In-Car Ads Based On Current Location And Destination bit.ly/1mk4Q5D bit.ly/1lgXXkg 06 ALGORITHM PREDICTS AND PROVIDES INFORMATION RELATED TO CONTEXT OF CONVERSATION MindMeld is a new app for iOS, which functions as a voice conferencing assistant that understands conversations and, depending on what people are talking about, will find a map of a city and tourist information if the chat is about a trip, or restaurants if it is about eating out. The app detects words and phrases related to current events and local businesses and searches the Internet while people are speaking to each other to gather more information related to the conversation. Up to eight people can join a chat, and the app also summarizes key concepts of the discussion. To protect privacy, conversations are not recorded or stored. bit.ly/1gQiJHL bit.ly/PUzhnq Alexandra Deschamps-Sonsino. Interaction & Product Designer. Designswarm @iotwatch bit.ly/1lc6x1X Kevin Slavin. Founder & Professor. MIT Media Lab Playful Systems @slavin_fpo @slavin_fpo / bit.ly/1jjCxja Usman Haque. Founding Partner. Haque Design + Research. @uah / bit.ly/1uUhKwc TOPIC EXPERTS IMPLICATIONS __ Custom learning materials could be delivered to students or tourists moving throughout a museum, city and so on, which could be further curated through age-appropriate interfaces, content and methods of delivery. __ Internet-enabled objects can learn from a user’s behavior and couple it with additional data such as time and weather to deliver appropriate experiences. __ Connected objects in home could alert users in real-time when supply is running low and remind them to pick up an item when and where it is available at a store nearby. __ Emergency items and supplies could be programmed to react alongside corresponding alerts and warnings, helping people locate critical items during crisis.

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