Making More Of Ourselves - London

Discovering Sensory UX for wearable technology and more

1 May 2014 from 10am to 2pm

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"Best workshop I've been to in 10 years of SouthBy"
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Back from South By SouthWest, here's the latest version of my workshop on Sensory UX and the future of wearable and internet of things (IoT) technology.

Spread over 4 hours, we'll explore how our senses work, how our mind uses them to remember, what gestures and symbols mean, how emotion engages neuroplastic change and much more.

If your ideas of wearable technology and the internet of things are only about sensors, quantification, step counting and wrist mounted screens....then this probably isn't for you.
If you want to design and create technology that works in partnership with our senses, our emotions and builds empathy and community.....then this is for you.

I use both practical experience from my accessibility projects and new research in neuroscience of sensory substitution and social interaction to take you through activities to help understand both the opportunities and problems of building the next generation of wearable and IoT technology.

It's about Intelligence To Intelligence (I2I) communication that is truly social and truly personal.

Do come if you're interested in tech, ux, fashion, art and making more of ourselves.

Hashtag is #SensoryUXLdn

Website is http://www.sensoryUX.com.

Please bring headphones or earbuds and iPhone if you have one - we'll be going out and about with a Sensory Subsititution app in one activity.

Happy to refund tickets up to 24 hours before event.

Please don't print tickets out, I'll have the list of attendees anyway.

Any questions, the easiest way of contacting me is by Twitter @acuity_design

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Dragon Hall

England England / London

17 Stukeley Street, WC2B 5LT

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  • Alastair Somerville

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