1. Ubiquitous Networks Cartoon Intro


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    • Ubiquitous Networks Explainer Video


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      • Ubiquitous Networks Is Everywhere You Need It To Be


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        Intro video for Ubiquitous Networks - we are now everywhere you need us to be.

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        • Uncanny playground


          from Louise Jensen / Added

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          Uncanny Playground is an interactive installations that invites participants to explore auditory universes. Participants must throw a ball up into invisible spatial field to reveal hidden sounds creating a soundscapes that emerges through playful and bodily interaction with others. The technology behind these invisible mechanics is a hacked kinect, used to detect a ball in a 3D mapping. The position of the ball determines the auditory output. Uncanny Playground (2014) by Tilde Rønne-Christensen Jette Forstholm Louise Jensen Nina Mørch Pedersen Morten Winther

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          • RoomTemperature


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            Intel Galileo with Grove Kit temperature sensor and LED. Project 2 for OCADU DF ubiquitous computing. Displaying rolling serial monitor showing temperature updates loaded to https://thingspeak.com/channels/18932

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            • Activity Monitoring


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              Physical inactivity has been identified by the World Health Organization (WHO) as the fourth leading risk factor for global mortality. Mover is an application aiming to track all the movements of the user resorting exclusively to the built-in accelerometer from the smartphone. Mover is able to monitor the users’ physical activity, motivating them to become more active.

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              • Fall Detection


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                Reliable smartphone-based automatic fall detection and emergency assistance notification are essential to provide adequate care faster, improving the prognosis of fall victims. In this solution, data from the smartphone built-in accelerometer is continuously screened and upon the detection of a fall event, when the user does not recover , the user location is tracked and SMS and email notifications are sent to a set of emergency contacts.

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                • POST-INDUSTRIAL MEDIA: Mobile Phone Affordance:Ubiquitous Creativity: SKETCH 2: The Bass Player


                  from Melissa White / Added

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                  Here is the filming of a musician playing his bass. The filming techniques are very basic, keeping to quick close up shots, medium-full shots, similar to the filming style in Art Mobile. The quality really shows off the low resolution available on my mobile phone.The piece relies on a live music element, which is a very different idea (in terms of sound) to Guiliano’s Art Mobile in the sense that he relies on post-production to create a soundtrack with music and atmospheric feel to tie in the various scenes in his project . In this sketch, I would imagine it could be part of a small promotional “making-of- music” home-made documentary for a local up and coming band. While it is true that this could easily be done on a good conventional video camera, the idea here is about using what is readily available to the everyday person with creative flair. Being part of a musical act myself, I know how difficult it can be being the financially-challenged artist. The everyday mobile phone now gives us the opportunity to be able to use the video recording function to create our own make-shift clips, or piece-together short documentaries of our work. From another perspective, I’d imagine it could also be the case of being inspired by being surrounded by a creative environment that would create the desire to document such a moment. For example, friends who like to record their friends playing music or performing to share on social media. So out comes the mobile phone and its video recording capabilities- and hey presto, everyone the person knows on Facebook or Twitter can see it. In that case, it is not only ubiquitous creativity, but indeed accessible.

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                  • POST-INDUSTRIAL MEDIA: Mobile Phone Affordance: Ubiquitous Creativity : SKETCH ONE: A Digital Painting


                    from Melissa White / Added

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                    The filming of this mobile phone-recorded digital painting is very basic so I’ve kept to consistency in style in this particular sketch by keeping it very simple. This clip exhibits how technology through the evolution of the mobile phone (being the tablet) can show off how ubiquitous creativity has become when accessible in mobile phone form. The difference here between this idea and Guiliano’s work in Art Mobile is that the human aspect which was obvious in his particular piece is missing in the one I've created here. There are no filmed shots of anyone creating the digital painting. Also, I have taken liberty in pausing and recording segments of the digital painting, another aspect (this time from an editing point of view) which does not feature in his short clip. All in all, if I were to add post production elements, a logo at the beginning and the end, some atmosphere sound and music, a few extra scenes, which could include a shot of the artist, and this otherwise very short and sweet clip could be easily turned into a promotional piece by using the mobile phone to film a tablet-recorded version of the creative process with a style more remnant of the Art Mobile clip. This particular version of digital art is using an android app called PaintJoy on a Samsung Tab 3 and a Sensu Brush (which you cannot see in the clip), a tool that can not only be used in the traditional stylus form but as an actual paint brush to create natural brush strokes on a tablet screen. This in turn reflects the fact that the technology is indeed available on the mobile phone and could therefore insinuate more about what can be done creatively with it. Given ubiquitous creativity is the affordability that I’m going for, there is a lot of room for movement in as far as what gets documented and for what reason. In this case, it’s about heritage art becomes technologically produced art. It’s about communicating about technologically produced art through a similar communication technology- being the mobile phone.

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                    • Drone based ubiquitous surveillance experiment


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                      This is an experiment is to understand ubiquitous surveillance in the one possibility of future where everybody will have personal drone with a camera.

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