|Description|| Presenting our app nervousnet, that will provide an experimental indoor navigation at CCH and also build a social graph of people using the app and detected transmitter beacons. We will also give away some free beacons, so that people can participate without the app.
Our long-term project, nervous, aims to enable scientific research for the public good — by transparently collating data from mobile devices, sensors and social media.
_Planned time: Day 2, 16.00-17.00_
|Keyword(s)||social, hardware, software, inside, network, hacking|
|Tags||nervousnet, ibeacon, proximity, sensors, bluetooth low energy, ble, bluetooth, social graph, app, indoor navigation|
|Language|| en - English |
en - English
|Related to||Sensing proximity|
|Starts at||2014/12/28 16:00|
|Ends at||2014/12/28 17:00|
0. Sensors and micro-electronics are becoming cheaper, more powerful and easier to use/install. What are the risks involved and precautions must be taken?
1. The current state of indoor navigation is still an issue. The emergence of iBeacons and other LEBs could lead to an affordable solution to the problem.
2. Understanding social change in a digital age: We still lack understanding of how social changes occur in a digital age like ours. This is a great paradox of the internet age. Everyone is connected 24/7 but most of them are just our friends. When does privacy come in? Is the internet really capable of connecting you to new people or just reinforces your current ties and relations? Understanding such social behaviour will be very important in the future societies which will, in no doubt, be dominated by technology.
3. Presenting our app nervousnet, that will provide an experimental indoor navigation at CCH and also build a social graph of people using the app and detected transmitter beacons. We will also give away some free beacons, so that people can participate without the app.
Come to our Lightning Talk as well: https://events.ccc.de/congress/2014/wiki/Lightning:Sensing_Proximity