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“My Apple watch told me to
stand up as I sat down on the
toilet”
Maneesh Juneja
Mobile Creatives London meetup, 20th May 2...
Disclosure
• I’m independent and have no commercial ties to any
of the organisations mentioned in this talk
• I’ve purchas...
New rules: Please keep your phones AND
smartwatches on silent
The announcement on
my plane journey
failed to ask for
smart...
My (expensive) journey with wearables
The Apple watch – revolutionary?
No. It’s better because it streamlines & integrates all the features
I could navigate wit...
The Apple watch – a sense of humour
As I sat down on the toilet
As I was sat in the car waiting
at a red traffic light
Lar...
The Apple watch – it could be smarter
Arrived as I sat in a business meeting
The watch crashed and then
wouldn’t pair with...
Wearables – a transition technology?
A few of the wearables I’ve tested for tracking my sleep
Sensors moving into existing objects
Sensors in our furniture?
Vitals signs data
sent from your bed
to your doctor
How does that
make YOU feel?
Source: Home Cr...
Context based search
• Web is moving from “pull” to “push”
Source: Search Engine Land article
Infrastructure not designed for wearables
Downloaded boarding pass to my Apple watch
to use at Heathrow Terminal 5 in Lond...
The role of language & design
Android Wear watch describes
notifications as ‘interruptions’
Android Wear notifications are...
Can we trust the data
and what is linked to the data?
My sleep tracker recorded that I was in light sleep
when I was in be...
Wearables vs community/social structures
Is wearable technology how we cope with changes in society?
Source: Kent online a...
Are wearables only for trivial problems?
Source: Wearables for good
Smart shirt & smart socks – what next?
Source: Sensoria smart socks & Hexoskin smart shirt
What’s the bottom line? Data from sleep from
my smart shirt
Opportunity for job creation – people & services to help consu...
Convergence
Medical
Consumer
Health
Sport/Fitness
Mobile
payment
Travel
Is it fashionable to wear?
Some areas for improvement in wearables
• User experience & existing infrastructure
• Don’t just copy the phone app to the...
When will wearables take off?
• When we ‘have’ to wear them or when you can’t access services
without them
• Enterprise – ...
For further reading – a few of my blog posts
• My review of the Apple watch & comparisons with the Gear S
• Are wearables ...
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Slides from my talk at Mobile Creatives meetup in London on Wed 20th May 2015 - I shared my experience of the first few weeks using the Apple watch as well as my thoughts on the future of wearable technology

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My Apple watch told me to stand up as I sat down on the toilet

  1. 1. “My Apple watch told me to stand up as I sat down on the toilet” Maneesh Juneja Mobile Creatives London meetup, 20th May 2015 @Maneeshjuneja
  2. 2. Disclosure • I’m independent and have no commercial ties to any of the organisations mentioned in this talk • I’ve purchased everything with my own funds, apart from the Hexoskin shirt which has been loaned to me for testing
  3. 3. New rules: Please keep your phones AND smartwatches on silent The announcement on my plane journey failed to ask for smartwatches to be put in flight mode too
  4. 4. My (expensive) journey with wearables
  5. 5. The Apple watch – revolutionary? No. It’s better because it streamlines & integrates all the features I could navigate with Android Wear – July 2014 I had Opera mini web browser on my Samsung Gear S in Nov 2014 Bpay wristband for contactless payment – June 2014
  6. 6. The Apple watch – a sense of humour As I sat down on the toilet As I was sat in the car waiting at a red traffic light Lark is one of the most sarcastic apps
  7. 7. The Apple watch – it could be smarter Arrived as I sat in a business meeting The watch crashed and then wouldn’t pair with the iPhone After re-pairing, having to reinstall apps on the watch takes a long time!
  8. 8. Wearables – a transition technology? A few of the wearables I’ve tested for tracking my sleep
  9. 9. Sensors moving into existing objects
  10. 10. Sensors in our furniture? Vitals signs data sent from your bed to your doctor How does that make YOU feel? Source: Home Crux
  11. 11. Context based search • Web is moving from “pull” to “push” Source: Search Engine Land article
  12. 12. Infrastructure not designed for wearables Downloaded boarding pass to my Apple watch to use at Heathrow Terminal 5 in London. Alas, the machine at the gate that scans boarding passes only had a gap big enough for a phone or paper boarding pass. So I had to TAKE the watch off my wrist and then scan it.
  13. 13. The role of language & design Android Wear watch describes notifications as ‘interruptions’ Android Wear notifications are sometimes more personal than the Apple watch notifications due to use of photo
  14. 14. Can we trust the data and what is linked to the data? My sleep tracker recorded that I was in light sleep when I was in bed watching a video on my phone Some believe you won’t get insurance in 2020 without agreeing to wear a wearable (Source: Swiss Re)
  15. 15. Wearables vs community/social structures Is wearable technology how we cope with changes in society? Source: Kent online article
  16. 16. Are wearables only for trivial problems? Source: Wearables for good
  17. 17. Smart shirt & smart socks – what next? Source: Sensoria smart socks & Hexoskin smart shirt
  18. 18. What’s the bottom line? Data from sleep from my smart shirt Opportunity for job creation – people & services to help consumers understand their data
  19. 19. Convergence Medical Consumer Health Sport/Fitness Mobile payment Travel Is it fashionable to wear?
  20. 20. Some areas for improvement in wearables • User experience & existing infrastructure • Don’t just copy the phone app to the watch app – think about use case • Integration & ‘smart’ factor • Charging/Battery life • It’s an emerging market – less hype, more facts please
  21. 21. When will wearables take off? • When we ‘have’ to wear them or when you can’t access services without them • Enterprise – use in corporate wellness programs or to monitor fatigue in doctors & airline pilots etc. • Insurance – health & life insurance – real time dynamic pricing of premiums • Medical care – if you don’t wear it, you don’t get free NHS anymore
  22. 22. For further reading – a few of my blog posts • My review of the Apple watch & comparisons with the Gear S • Are wearables & sensors going to limit our ability to make our decisions? • Sensors: What value do they add? • My testing of a number of wearables that track sleep • Test 1 – MS Band vs Hexoskin shirt • Test 2 – Group test of 5 trackers • Test 3 – Group test of ‘auto detect’ sleep trackers

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