Strategies For Subverting Ubiquitous Computing

Strategies For Subverting Ubiquitous Computing

Steffen Fielder has designed vintage kinetic machines that enable you to tell little white lies to sensors.

Stephen Fortune
  • 21 march 2011

The increasing ubiquity of smartphones creates a scenario where every consumer peripheral potentially becomes a rich source of sensor data. These networked devices provide context-specific data (such as GPS location or accelerometer data) about our actions and are seen as a means by which our day to day lives can be made easier. Facilitating this easy life will be accomplished by data mining our information trails to better anticipate the our future tastes and actions.

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