From Ideation to Implications: Directions for the Internet of Things in the Home

by   Albrecht Kurze, et al.

In this paper we give a brief overview of our approaches and ongoing work for future directions of the Internet of Things (IoT) with a focus on the IoT in the home. We highlight some of our activities including tools and methods for an ideation-driven approach as well as for an implications-driven approach. We point to some findings of workshops and empirical field-studies. We show examples for new classes of idiosyncratic IoT devices, how implications emerge by (mis)using sensor data and how users interacted with IoT systems in shared spaces.


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