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Speed Dating Matrix for Experience Prototype
Activity
DistributionProactivityDocumentationLearning from MembersLearning from System
Centralized DisplayHighThe system notices user is working on his circuit project, it automatically takes a photo for the user and tags with user’s name along with the tools used. Then, the system automatically sends the photo to the centralized display.A user want to find experts in Arduino. System automatically detect who is the most experienced and shows the user a map and a picture of that person or contact that person directly.A user walks up to The System. The System analyzes the user’s skills and experience, and shows a scrolling array of photos representing completed projects that are within the user’s skill level. The user picks an interesting project from the array. The System shows the user the list of necessary tools and materials, and whether or not they are currently available in the space. The System then highlights tools and materials necessary while the user works, and plays tutorial videos at the correct times, and corrects the user while they are working if they make a wrong move.
MediumThe user is working on his circuit project and the system asks him whether he wants to document this process or not. If he says yes, the system will help take a photo of him and the project he is working on. The system suggests the tags he may be interested in based on face recognition or user preference and then he chooses the tags for the photos. After that, the photo he just took will be projected on the centralized display.System automatically sorts people’s pictures based on different expertise. The user can enter or tap on tags to find out those experts. The system will also present the contact info and routine of the experts.The system displays and categorizes all the projects. User can search for projects he is interested in by entering keyword or tap on relevant tags on the screen. Later, the system will show necessary tools and materials and tutorial videos for project he picks. He can choose to move the relevant information to the place he is going to work in, e.g., if he is going to work in Tool room and would like to see the 3D printer video tutorial near him, he can move the relevant info to the screen in the Tool room.
LowThe user is working on his circuit project and he tells the system that he wants to have a photo so the system helps him take a photo. He will need to tag the photo by himself such as time, project name, tools, people he is working with, etc. After that, the photo he just took will be projected on the centralized display.System displays all the experts for the user and user can browse these information before he go to talk/email/call to the expert.The System shows all projects, without taking into account the user’s preferences and skill levels. The user picks an interesting project, but the tagging information about tools and materials may be incomplete or not present at all.
Decentralized “Stickers”HighThe system notices user is working on his circuit project, it automatically takes a photo for the user and tags with user’s name along with the tools used. Then, the system automatically print out a electronic “sticker” for the user and gives it to him. The user then put this sticker wherever he wants. The system combines relevant stickers together automatically.The system automatically place the photos of 3D printer expert near the 3D printer. After a user comes, the sticker will automatically sense what he needs and display the information for him. For example, if the sticker senses the user wants to know about certain expertise, the sticker will collect every photos from nearby stickers and display the expertise and all the contact information of the experts for the user.As a user walks through All Hands Active, the System highlights a few photo-array displays that may be interesting to the user based on their preferences and skills. The user taps on the display, and the system gives info on tools and materials, and then provides proactive tutorials.
MediumThe user is working on his circuit project and the system asks him whether he wants to document this process or not. If he says yes, the system will help take a photo of him and the project he is working on. The system suggests the tags he may be interested in based on face recognition or user preference and then he chooses the tags for the photos. After that, the system prints out an electronic sticker for the users. Later, another user (U2) comes and he puts his sticker besides U1’s sticker. Two of the stickers then automatically being combined together.The photos are dispersed in the space wherever people put. The user can enter the information he wants to know like 3D printer to the system. After that, the photos related to 3D printer experts will be highlighted. If the photo objects which are being highlighted is not at the place where users in, the system will tell the user where can find other photos by showing a map. Users can find out the contact information on each photo object.The stickers which show the information such as people and tools in the photos are dispersed in the space. The user can click on particular projects/tool, and the system will displace relevant information about the projects/tools. User can either bring the sticker around or goes to the tool and use the sticker next to the tool to see the tutorial.
LowThe user is working on his circuit project and he tells the system that he wants to have a photo so the system helps him take a photo. He will need to tag the photo by himself such as time, project name, tools, people he is working with, etc. After that, the photo he just took will be projected on the centralized display. After that, the photo he just took will be printed out as a sticker. He can place the sticker wherever he likesThe photos are dispersed in the space wherever people put. The user will need to find photos related 3D printer experts himself. The user can find out the expert contact information on stickers.The stickers which show the information such as people and tools in the photos are dispersed in the space. The user needs to find out the stickers relevant to them by himself. Once he finds out the sticker, he can place the sticker right next to physical tool he wants to learn. And he can listen or watch the tutorial by using the stickers.
Both Centralized Display and “Stickers”HighThe system notices user is working on his circuit project, it automatically takes a photo for the user and tags with user’s name along with the tools used. Then, the system automatically send the photo to the centralized display and print out a electronic “sticker” for the user and gives the sticker to him.The system automatically place the photos of 3D printer expert near the 3D printer and also projects the photos of experts on the centralized display. When the user approaches the centralized display, the system will automatically highlight the expert photo he may be interested in, e.g., he is interested in 3D printer then the display will highlight people who know 3D printer.A user walks up to The System. The System displays a map, with glowing reticules indicating interesting photo-array displays based on preferences and skills. As the user’s eyes settle on one, the System enlarges it. When the user picks a project, the system shows info on the large display, and also makes the relevant photo-array display glow brightly. When the user sits down to work, they can continue to get more information and photos from the smaller photo-array display.
MediumThe user is working on his circuit project and the system asks him whether he wants to document this process or not. If he says yes, the system will help take a photo of him and the project he is working on. The system suggests the tags he may be interested in based on face recognition or user preference and then he chooses the tags for the photos. After that, the system prints out an electronic sticker for the users and also projects the photos on the large display. The user can place the sticker wherever he wants and other users can also put other stickers next to it or “combine” stickers if they are relevant.The user is interested in 3D printer project. He approaches to the centralized display and then enters or taps on “3D printer”. After that, the system shows people who are good at 3D printer on the screen. The user can then tap on one of the experts and all photos objects which are related to that expert and scattered around the place will also be highlighted.The user is interested in 3D printer project. He approaches to the centralized display and then enters or taps on “3D printer”. After that, the system shows all the 3D projects on the screen. The user can then tap on one of the project to see the tutorial right away on the large display or he can grab the tutorial and other information to empty photo sticker object in his hand and then place it wherever he wants.
LowThe user tells the system that he wants to take a photo of the project he is working on so the system helps him take a photo. And then the photo will show up on the centralized display. The user wants to place the photo in different place so he “grabs” the photo from the centralized display to the empty photo sticker in his hand. After that, he can stick the photo object wherever he wants.The stickers of members’ photos are dispersed in the space and projected on the centralized display without organization. The user needs to categorize the photos themselves, e.g., place 3D printer relevant photos near the 3D printer or cluster relevant photos on the centralized display. When U1 approaches the centralized display, U1 can enter the skills/tools/projects he wants to learn into the system and then the related photos will be highlighted.The system presents the photos as stickers on the centralized display. The user can enter the information he wants to know into the system, e.g., he is interested in 3D printer, all the photos with 3D printer or 3D printer experts will then be highlighted. If the user wants to place the photo in other places rather than makes it attached to the centralized display, he can grab the photo information from the screen to the empty photo sticker in his hand then he can stick it wherever he wants.