Sessions at Digital Shoreditch Festival 2012 about Mobile

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Monday 21st May 2012

  • Art Doodle Live: fancy painting a moustache on the Mona Lisa with your mates?

    by Togeva Team

    The Art Doodle Live App encourages children of all ages to create their very own paintings alongside works by classic and contemporary artists by dropping images of artworks onto a mobile canvas and painting in, around and over them. Using Togeva’s innovative Live Sharing(TM) mobile platform, multiple children can paint on one canvas simultaneously, meaning that groups of children can collaborate on the same painting even when they are not together!

    The App has been designed as an educational and inspiring way of introducing children to the works of some of the world’s greatest artists, many of which are only available on Art Doodle Live. Art Doodle Live was built by Togeva for the Bridgeman Art Library.

    Download Art Doodle Live: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/b...

    At 9:00am to 3:30pm, Monday 21st May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

  • Pensioner and iPad - When Man and Machine Collide

    by David Wortley

    This is a stand-up comedy session using iPad technology to entertain and educate audiences about digital technology past, present and future. Questions answered : Aim to tailor the session to engage and enthuse young people about the potential of digital technology to change the world for the better

    At 9:00am to 3:30pm, Monday 21st May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

Thursday 24th May 2012

  • PixelPin "Pictures replace Passwords"

    by Brian Taylor

    If you have ever had problems in remembering your password you will know how annoying it can be. PixelPin is an innovative new approach to mobile and web security using pictures instead of alphanumeric passwords. Questions answered : Rather than type in a password you select points (passpoints) on a personal picture. The PixelPin approach makes remembering a lot easier, it's more secure than using a PIN or an alphanumeric password, and eliminates phishing. There are real advantages when you are on a mobile or tablet device that does not have a keyboard. It's a lot quicker and does not suffer from the auto-correct problems you can find on these devices.

    At 10:33am to 10:36am, Thursday 24th May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

  • Hackney Hear: using audio on location

    by Francesca Panetta

    What can new smartphone technologies do for listening on the move? Hear about a world's first in audio on the move right here in Hackney from some of the makers of Hackney Hear. Triggering audio via GPS-location, Hackney Hear provides an innovative way to explore and rediscover London Fields through the stories of residents, local celebrities and archive, along with new commissions from award-winning artists in the area.

    Questions answered :
    What is Hackney Hear? What does it mean for the future of audio on the move? And how can smartphones help content providers and technologists come up with new creative ways of telling stories through sound?

    At 11:10am to 11:13am, Thursday 24th May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

Friday 25th May 2012

  • Digital Identities

    by Keiichi Matsuda

    Keiichi Matsuda & James Alliban will talk about digital identities and will present C E L L and interactive interactive installation commissioned for Alpha-ville Festival 2011. This interactive installation plays with and proposes alternative landscapes in the technological ether surrounding our everyday movements. As our identities become deliberately constructed and broadcast commodities, our projected personae increasingly enmesh and define us. Cell acts as a virtual mirror, displaying a constructed fictional persona in place of our physical form. Composed from keyword tags mined from online profiles, these second selves stalk our movements through space, building in size and density over time. The resulting forms are alternate, technologically refracted manifestations of the body, revealing the digital aura while simultaneously allowing us escape from our own constructed identities.

    Questions answered :
    How technology is transforming social behaviours and online identity

    At 2:40pm to 2:45pm, Friday 25th May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

Monday 28th May 2012

  • How European Startups are changing the face of Ecommerce

    by Scott Phillips

    Can be a stand alone or panel. Would love to discuss how the rise of social discovery tools coupled with subscription models and personalization of ecommerce sites are changing how we discover and purchase items online. From crowd sourcing, to social discovery, gaming, quizes, and subscription services, ecommerce firms across europe are changing the way we discover, interact and purchase items online. Stylist Pick, Graze and Rise Art are some examples of European ecommerce businesses which enable people to discover new products through social discovery, and trial new products and services in a low cost subscription model that encourages sampling of new products or services. I'd be happy to introduce Rise Art and how we are helping people discover, connect with and purchase artwork directly from talented rising artists in a risk-free environment. I'd also be happy to organize a panel with other founders of innovative ecommerce businesses including those listed above. See video below for an introduction to Riseart.com

    Questions answered :
    1. How subscription businesses are building competitive businesses in crowded spaces. 2. How social discovery and social commerce are changing buyer behaviour online 3. What new models companies are using to build sustainable e-commerce businesses

    At 2:30pm to 3:00pm, Monday 28th May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

Tuesday 29th May 2012

  • Cirque de Mobile – a showcase of tomorrow's weird and wonderful mobile technology

    by Ben Scott Robinson

    Ladies and gentlemen, introducing Ben Scott Robinson, one of inventors of the world’s first colour mobile site and Creative Director of We Love Mobile, Shoreditch’s full service creative mobile company, presents a preview of tomorrow’s world. Emerging mobile tech and how the future human will use it, including the ways in which augmented reality and near-field communication will bridge physical and digital worlds will be the focus of this session. Ben will present these concepts in context of some new, hot off the press projects currently in development at We Love Mobile.

    Questions answered:

    • How consumer and brand engagement is changing and its future direction
    • How brands encourage loyalty through rich engagement
    • How mobile is going to save the TV advert
    • How mobile is going to change the way we shop forever
    • How the double screen is going to shape the future

    At 11:25am to 11:35am, Tuesday 29th May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

  • Designing the Mobile Wallet

    by Tim Caynes

    Do you have a wallet in your pocket? Do you also have a mobile in your pocket? Isn't that really annoying? Don't worry, mobile network providers, device manufacturers and banking corporations are already working together to provide the solution you never knew you needed - the mobile wallet. But what is a mobile wallet and how should it work? What are the customer experiences that a good mobile wallet solution should support? In this session we will talk about a project for a major network provider and what we learned about designing the mobile wallet, including: o Understanding and validating the multi-channel user journeys o Developing an information architecture o Designing and developing wireframes and prototypes for multiple mobile devices o Conducting usability testing with multiple mobile devices o Working with multiple technology platforms and service providers We'll discuss what went well, what went not quite so well and what caused us to throw mobile devices across the office (clue: this happened quite often). Questions answered : What is a mobile wallet? Why would anyone want one? What are the user experience considerations when designing a mobile wallet? How many times can you throw a mobile phone against a wall?

    At 11:35am to 11:45am, Tuesday 29th May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

    Coverage slide deck

  • Bridging the physical and virtual worlds, thanks to the mobile contactless technologies

    by Damaris Homo

    Who has never given up on looking for specific information on the internet because it took too long to find out? Even if we know that the information is available somewhere, it's often tough to find it at the very moment we need it, and most of all in a mobility context. With contactless technologies, a new area of services is possible, using NFC tags and mobile phones: by simply tapping a tag that can be displayed everywhere (street furniture, bus stops, store's window...), users get access to the specific content they want in the right time and at the right place they need it. Connecthings NFC software platform is licensed to any customers who want to bridge their physical world - POS, cities, museum, home - to digital contextual services using mobile phones' screen and connectivity. The session presents how transport companies, museums, brands, who seek to deliver contextual and profile-based information to their audience, can make it happen by creating easy access to their services through the implementation of NFC tags. Questions answered : How to deliver the right information, at the right place in the right time to the right audience? How to turn traditional and day-to-day life objects into something interactive and innovative to engage the audience? How to make cities smarter thanks to digital tools such as NFC tags?

    At 11:45am to 11:55am, Tuesday 29th May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

  • Inflight Mobile: Pushing your knowledge base and boundaries to achieve results

    by Lawrence Kitson

    It's easy to stay in your comfort zone and follow tried and tested paths to success. Breaking out of your comfort zone can take you in new directions, but this requires internal reflection, investment and ultimately risk. This talk will demonstrate how through collaboration, utilising your strengths, passion and aspirations, you can create opportunities through the development of future facing concepts and disruptive thinking.

    Questions answered :
    What is the future of In-flight Entertainment and Airline service offerings? What has Mobile and designing for multi-platform got to do with it? How can applying your strengths & passion to your aspirations result in new opportunities?

    At 11:55am to 12:05pm, Tuesday 29th May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

  • Table Top: ARnav - Augmented Reality navigation

    by Adam Mencwal

    ARnav is an app for mobile devices intended to use by pedestrians & tourists. It uses location-based Augmented Reality which extremely simplifies navigation and giving directions to nearby Points of Interest.

    Questions answered : How to get navigation directions to chosen point in the easiest and most intuitive way.

    At 1:00pm to 1:30pm, Tuesday 29th May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

  • Table Tops - session 1

    by Tim Caynes, Simon Moss and Ben Scott Robinson

    Cirque de Mobile – a showcase of tomorrow's weird and wonderful mobile technology

    Designing the Mobile Wallet

    Crowdsourcing Creativity - New models for making, distributing and monetizing your work

    At 1:00pm to 1:30pm, Tuesday 29th May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

  • Table Top: Business Development Manager

    by Connecthings

    Bridging the physical and virtual worlds, thanks to the mobile contactless technologies

    At 1:30pm to 2:00pm, Tuesday 29th May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

  • Table Top: How mobile and tablet have changed digital marketing forever

    by Alistair Crane, Grapple Mobile and Adam Levene

    At 1:30pm to 2:00pm, Tuesday 29th May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

  • Using Social graphs to personalize user experience

    by Alpesh Doshi

    use of social graphs - a network of relationships - to understand users better and tailor user experiences.

    Questions answered :
    How can you Use social data? How does big data apply to social experiences?

    At 4:15pm to 4:25pm, Tuesday 29th May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

  • The Shape Shifters - blending virtual / physical bodies

    by Ghislaine Boddington

    An input on the evolution of multi-identity through telepresence, immersion and mobility plus launch of new website showing project works using remote connectivity and blended virtual / physical space Questions answered : How do we use remote connectivity in a more intuitive way to enhance communications at a distance for the work place of the future? What are the possible future scenarios for share space through connectivity and virtual physical blending ? How do we envisage a future world of work using collective collaborations through blended virtual and physical space?

    At 4:25pm to 4:45pm, Tuesday 29th May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

  • Architecture 3.0 - how technology is taking the world of design into a whole new dimension

    by Krigh Bachmann

    Technology has long history in the world of design and architecture. Before there was social networking, search engines and email, the architectural industry made a big step from pencil drawings on velum to the digitized world of CAD drawings. Now 30 years later the next big step in the industry is changing the what, how, and why of what we do. This session will show you a behind the scenes look into the architecture industry and show how technology is playing a key role in the next evolution of it. Focusing on the conversion to Building Information Modelling (BIM), parametric modelling, and data generation/analysis, this talk will give you a snap shot of this change.

    Questions answered :
    We will show you how this technology is changing HOW we design the buildings you occupy. We will look into WHY it's changing the design of the built environment. And we will pose the question to the tech industry of WHAT role you will play in this next evolution.

    At 5:00pm to 5:10pm, Tuesday 29th May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

  • Build and Run a Business in The Human Cloud

    by Kjetil Olsen

    The global office revolution has arrived. For employers, the days of sitting back and waiting for perfect candidates to walk in are over. Kjetil Olsen, VP Europe of Elance, the world's leading platform for online work, will discuss the wide range of cloud-based tools and online services that can help startups reduce overhead and maximise their growth potential

    Questions answered :
    Through this presentation the audience will get a taste of the what the human cloud is, how they can take advantage of it when building and running their startup, which jobs and roles they can source for and work with online, what the benefits are, some examples of virtual and hybrid organizations and how they easily can get started with in the human cloud.

    At 5:40pm to 5:50pm, Tuesday 29th May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

  • Dissecting the Gloop: Anatomy of an Away3D project on mobile

    by Rob Bateman

    With AIR 3.2, hardware acceleration in Flash has been let loose on mobile, presenting huge potential for mobile developers looking to simplify their publishing process across platforms. However, Stage3D is still relatively recent technology, so what can we do when trying to establish an effective workflow for production? Rob Bateman from Away3D takes you through some of the approaches used on their recent game Gloop-a-Hoop, released on iOS, Android and Facebook earlier this month.

    At 7:20pm to 7:40pm, Tuesday 29th May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

Thursday 31st May 2012

  • More than just fun

    by Phil Stuart

    Games can do much more than just entertain. This Micro-talk highlights the power of 'games with purpose' and how they can be used to engage audiences on subjects like death, drug-addition and mental health.

    At 11:50am to 12:05pm, Thursday 31st May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

  • Table Top: Quantified Self for non-tech geeks

    by Bruce Hellman

    The Quantified Self movement is getting lots of interest, with new devices (Nike Fuleband, Jawbone Up), websites (Tic Trac, Track Ignite) and apps appearing. Most products and services are designed from the point of view of the technology; not the end user. How can things be designed from the user's perspective, being simple to use an beautiful in order to attract the non-geeks? We're having a try with uMotif.com and would like to share our story Questions answered : Is Quantified Self going to become mainstream? How to attract the non-tech geek? Does uMotif have an interesting approach?

    At 1:45pm to 2:15pm, Thursday 31st May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

  • Table Tops: Taylor Wessing

    by TW TechCity, Sarah Needham, Patrick Clark and Jamie O'Brien

    - IP and merchandising - what every start-up needs to know (and every investor will expect).

    - Privacy issues for on-line start-ups - what needs to be done in the early days?

    - Mobile devices and apps - terms of use, getting the details right.

    - Gambling regulations.

    - Unfair trading/advertising.

    At 1:45pm to 2:45pm, Thursday 31st May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

  • The Next Great Industry to Be Disrupted by The Internet - Televison

    by Richard Kastelein

    A Headline I have been waiting for: "Future TV Disruption - Forbes says it's Worth Half a Trillion Dollars For Internet Companies". The intersection (media convergence) of TV, Gaming, Social, and the Web is the space that I work and love to revel in. And am happy to share my thoughts. From Apple TV to Zeebox - Connected TV to Social TV - there's massive changes on the horizon. How can tech startups participate in the some 200 billion pounds in global TV ad spend that coming up for grabs?

    Questions answered :
    What is the next big thing? How will TV and the Internet intersect? What's Connected or Smart TV? What's Social TV? What's Multiplatform Engagement? What's Transmedia? What are TV Apps?

    At 4:40pm to 4:50pm, Thursday 31st May

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

Friday 1st June 2012

  • Integrating digital tech into real world marketing experiences

    by Matt Law

    Pervasive computing has been a 'thing' for a long time now, and since Minority Report we have all been obsessed and repelled by the potential of digital technology to step out of the box on your desk and into the real world. The technology associated with mobile devices now has put the possibility of this type of communication into the hands of many, but what practically can we do, how do we do it and what is the consumer reaction to it? We will show inspirational case histories from our clients and the wider industry, some real world examples and run through a simple process for creation and realisation.

    Questions answered :
    Great examples to inspire you. A simple process for delivering programs. Managing innovation in marketing agencies. Practical opportunities you can use today and tomorrow.

    Great examples to inspire you A simple process for delivering programs Managing innovation in marketing agencies Practical opportunities you can use today and tomorrow

    At 9:50am to 10:05am, Friday 1st June

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

  • Who called the cab? Or how apps change the everyday

    by Ilia Uvarov and James Temple

    Who called the cab? Or how apps change the everyday. As technology becomes friendlier and easier to use, new opportunities (and unexpected challenges) arise. This talk is about how apps connect us in new liberating ways. It will focus on: - How apps disrupt barriers (Hailo) - How apps change behaviors - How apps connect disparate ecosystems (O2 Priority Moments case study)

    Questions answered :
    How apps disrupt barriers (Hailo) - How apps change behaviors - How apps connect disparate ecosystems (O2 Priority Moments case study)

    At 10:35am to 10:55am, Friday 1st June

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top

  • Enabling Digital Shoreditch

    by Dan Sutherland

    Over the past several months three Tech City organisations, Carrenza, Optimity and euNetworks, have been working in partnership to deliver the Intelligent Buildings programme to the City, delivering on-demand connectivity and compute resource over the LAN. In doing this we identified this also fits well for Digital Shoreditch, offering an ideal solution to addressing some of the major connectivity issues in the area, and in turn is ideal to support rapid growth. As a result we have formed The Shoreditch Network, a unique initiative from three likeminded organisations with the aim of providing the area with on-demand access to the latest technology, and therefore enabling Tech City in the 21st century. The Shoreditch Network initiative will also see the companies involved partner with local educational organisations, through offering internships and apprenticeships in their businesses to help drive the scheme. This talk, delivered by the CEO and owner of Carrenza, will discuss what we are doing and the benefits this will offer to organisations in Digital Shoreditch: * Reduced cost for IT * Flexible and cost effective - you can select the exact mix of services you require * Better focus of capital expenditure on those things that offer strategic value to your business * Eradicates the need for a server room in your office or an external data centre Questions answered : * What is The Shoreditch Network? * How does this improve the Shoreditch community? * How does this benefit the organisations in the community? * How can organisations better use technology to increase efficiencies and lower overheads?

    At 5:10pm to 5:15pm, Friday 1st June

    In Digital Shoreditch Big Top