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Finding Food Media Lab: Counter Intelligence Professor Ted Selker; [email protected] mit. edu • • Personal activity Group activity Procurement The future – food – procurement – Transportation – Fullfillment
Coming Home To Dinner • • Householders spend time at home with others Cleaning up is a problem Special-ness of home Special-ness of going out … Style of use of home – If I call you about dinner in the morning –vsevening
Marketplace & Commensality Counter Intelliegence Ted Selker Has Wall Street Stolen the word "marketplace"? The village marketplace was a place where desire, opportunity and fulfillment met. The smell of coffee, frying food, garlic, fresh fruit and spices were everywhere. A bustle and enthusiasm pervades. We observe other people's choices. We remember things, but are also confronted by the unfamiliar. Tomorrows efficient convenience needs to embrace social experience, choice, quality and indulgence in marketplaces.
Finding Food Media Lab: Counter Intelligence Professor Ted Selker; [email protected] mit. edu` • • Personal activity Group activity Procurement The future – food – procurement – transportation – fulfillment
Finding Food • History of finding food • AI and finding food • Community Agriculture
Architecture/Outside-inside • Viewable value • • • Interior endless aisle café Big delivery trucks Play structure Gas Entrance Reward car rinse
Pay Play structure concept • Climb pile of sacks of “rice” • Food industry theme – Some of the bags talk • Move sack of “potatoes” – Sensors make weighing games • Maze of fake tilled ground – Sensors when you step on things • • Stacking apple crate blocks Tomato bin with tomato balls to play in Hide and chase in two rows of corn Ground that gives way to swallow your shoe – Like a bounce house but even safer • Electronic tug of war gets “tractor out of muck”
Infinite Aisle/Café, kid Café Viewable from outside store
Infinite Aisle Café Table • Sit, order and learn • Affinity card, barcode reader and card swipe • Viewable on site – Party orders, jewelry, cars • Pay entertainment
Kid Café Table • Parents buy their wine and meat while kid… – Free games while number is waiting to be filled – Cart companion or phone tracks child’s activity • Armrest game controller • Look at Lego, Disney… • Pay entertainment
• Cart Companion or phone – Teach about products • Round roast: $1. 99 Lean meat, Gourmet when basted in wine and tarragon – Buy products • Meat counter • Infinite Aisle assists purchases – Crock Pot for roasts…
Smart Aisles teach and engage kids/shoppers
Aisle Aid for Kids • Communicate with Cart companion • Sound projected where person is watching • Store game: find ingredients for dinner “ice pop” prize – “Macaroni and cheese, ham, jello, milk” • Scan ingredients – Learn about them • • Nutrition Use Where grown This years crop…
Aisle Aid for Shoppers • Scan, Swipe Card, Microphone on Shelf Bezel • Body position Cursor • Aisle aid = longer aisles – Better than shelf space • Information: – Cleaning, Red Wine • “Buy stainex” • Infinite Aisle
Carts for kids? • Contain them in the cart? • Give them things to do?
Smart places to eat and buy
Eye-a. Re Glasses Mounted Eye Motion Detection • Motion Sensor: LED & photo detector • Software: detects fixation and communicates via IR with the environment Scenarios: Glasses exchange ID#s with each other – Toy dog responds to IR beacon from the glasses –
What you do says so much … • Where you are tells a story – Floor imagery comments on what people are doing • How you react to what you are doing – Laffcam listens to camera person • Watching your mouse
LAFCam • Reaction based interface: – Your reactions edit your video A Lockerd, F. Mueller …Index video with laughter and skin conductivity
Mind full of intentions Learning by watching • I look around – Interest Tracker, Invision • Eye a. Re Personal gaze – Looking for a sign? - Robot seeks work as fuel tank inspector
Counter to Learn and Play with
Tagged things drive story
Gift Card Veggies?
Many others • • Mike Bove, Hyper Soap. . Joe Paradiso, Tap sensors… Mitch Resnick, Computer Club house Cynthia Breazeal, Robots! Hiroshi Ishii, IO Lightbulb… … How do we start – Research? – Deployment! • We must learn. • Working together to execute.
Finding Food • • Personal activity Group activity Procurement The future – food – procurement – transportation – fulfillment