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The internet of things

From networked objects to ubiquitous computing
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Dr Teodor Mitew

on 26 August 2016

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Sen.se Mother
physical objects connecting to the internet
when objects acquire network connectivity, storage, and computation they immediately
transgress the borders assigned to them
iot
what does
iot
mean for
the new object
a set of relationships first and always
, and an object now and then
Bruce Sterling
entities take their form and acquire their attributes
as a result of their relations
with other entities
an actant is
a list of answers to trials
- a list which, once stabilized, is hooked to a name of a thing and to a substance
John Law
Bruno Latour
ant
icipatory materiality
thank you
sociable objects
objects as actants
When it is not only “us” but also our “Things” that can upload, download, disseminate and stream meaningful and meaning-making stuff, how does the way in which we occupy the physical world become different?
Arduino/Android Open Accessory Development Kit
Toyota Friend
homogenization
Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1851
By means of electricity, the world of matter has become a great nerve, vibrating thousands of miles in a breathless point of time ... The round globe is a vast ... brain, instinct with intelligence!
global nervous system
obliteration of borders
decentralization
freed from physical carriers
information
time
space
origins
the term Internet of Things (
iot
) coined in 1999 at the MIT Media Lab
simple
objects becoming tangibly sociable
iot
complex
the new object
the new object
the new object
the new object
objects gain a
network address
making each discrete object uniquely identifiable
objects gain a
sensory capacity
allowing them to dynamically register changes to their environment
objects
store and process
information [local/cloud], as well as
independently initiate
action [actuation]
objects can be
remotely located
within their environment
may have
a semantic interface for humans
experience of place
perception of objects
understanding of identity
social connections
being human
a closed social network for
Toyota cars
and
their drivers
corporate
iot
open
iot
build your own
iot
objects and use your android phone as a controller
case
our
Once “Things” are connected to the Internet, they can only but become enrolled as active, worldly participants by knitting together, facilitating and contributing to networks of social exchange and discourse, and
rearranging the rules of occupancy and patterns of mobility within the physical world
.
Julian Bleecker
Julian Bleecker
How to think of objects when they start producing and sharing information online more actively than humans?
radical symmetry
between humans and things online
things
the
internet of
case
tshirtOS
how does your twitter feed differ from the feed of a t-shirt?
ubiquitous communication
Dr Teodor Mitew
tedmitew.com
@tedmitew
#digc202
Global Networks
in effect
iot
enabled objects register materiality as contextual data streams
object contexts
in
iot
jargon context is understood as the triad of location, identity, state
surveillance
contextual data is stored and interpreted in remote databases, for which
the material object is the contextual data
Shaping Things, 2005, p.77
the
iot
scenario
iot
objects self-disclose relentlessly
and translate into data all encounters
https://sen.se/store/mother/
one
mother unit
four
motion cookies [sensors]
many
smartphone/tablet apps
http://cutecircuit.com/collections/t-shirt-os/
T-Shirt-OS
iot
clothes
one
relentless, recombinant data stream
An environment, to be truly smart, must learn from the cumulative data within its realm to
understand and guess
what
likely choices
might be for a given agent and then
facilitate or enact these on behalf
of that agent.
Thing Theory: Connecting Humans to Location-Aware Smart Environments
Sally Applin & Michael Fischer
Technology is Society Made Durable
Actor Network Theory and After
sensor-rich spaces + access to big data + actuation
ant
icipatory materiality
relentless self-disclosure of material artefacts
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