The Human Body in the IoT


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Making the Most of Our Data The Human Body in the Internet of Things Tim Cannon & Ryan O’Shea @TimTheCyborg @Ryan0Shea Grindhouse Wetware


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Biohacking Detail of the augmentation in my hands. Screenshot courtesy of ProSabien and Galileo.


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Biohacking Early prototype of Grindhouse’s Circadia, an implantable device that sends biometric data wirelessly from your body to your phone.


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A History of Citizen Science ● ● ● ● ● Academic Journals Gentleman Scientist Amatuer Scientists Ortieg Prize X Prize


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Innovations for Accessibility ● ● ● ● ● Light Bulb PCR Arduino MakerBot RaspberryPi Linux


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Why is this important? ● Scientific Literacy ● Economic Recovery ● Tech4Good


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Hacking and Citizen Science


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Biohackers!


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Northstar V1


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Iterative Development at Work


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So what is next? ● ● ● ● ● Active Control of Digital Systems Passive Control of Digital Systems Digital Feedback Peripheral Nervous System Central Nervous System


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Internet of Things


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Internet of Things


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Reactive


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Predictive


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Who Owns Your Data?


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“Vital $igns”


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Body Area Networks


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Biological Chemicals


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Why do any of this?


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grindhousewetware.com [email protected] Tim Cannon & Ryan O’Shea @TimTheCyborg @Ryan0Shea


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