I talked to Heidi Legg from TheEditorial.com and we chatted about Enchanted Objects, liberal arts, the next connected thing and the everyday stress most people know of.Continue Reading... Comments Off
Connected Things 2015 starts tomorrow at the MIT Media Lab. In conjunction with all of the razzel dazzle I did this interview with Randall Cronk for his Thought Leader podcast. Listen to the podcast here. “The reasons companies need to be highly capitalized are for distribution, marketing and manufacturing. …you can go from a concept to a ‘works like’ and a ‘looks […]Continue Reading... Comments Off
I’m often asked, What will drive the adoption of the Internet of Things? My answer is three very different industries with three different motivations: 1) Self-funding business models driven by behavioral change Enchanted objects make data-gathering passive and data-display pervasive. This tends to either accelerate consumption behavior, as in pills or content, or reduce care […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
Seattle Podcaster and radio host Arik Korman chats with David about the proliferation of enchanted objects. “The things that we think of as phone apps will start leaking out into furniture, into chairs, into wearables. You’re already seeing this with a lot of internet of things objects like wristbands, buttons, pins, and other things that tend to […]Continue Reading... Comments Off
I’m delighted to announce the publication of Enchanted Objects: design, human desire, and the internet of things. The book hits shelves on Tuesday, July 15, and I will be making the rounds across the U.S. over the next few weeks, speaking at a variety of events. I would love to see you at one of them: July […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.