Een mooi overzicht van verschillende disciplines in tech in België. Correctie op mijn artikel, ik ben nog altijd bezig aan mijn doctoraat en het is nog niet afgelopen :-). Volledige artikels enkel voor betalende lezers.
I finally find a professor this year who will guide me towards a PhD All excited about this to be able to continue my work, and get more in depth on my topic, Design for Behavior Change. Will be working together with ‘User Centred Engineering Group’ at Eindhoven University of Technology. Most likely working on advanced sleeping systems. More later when this gets more concrete after the holidays.
How Technology Affects Sleep – An infographic by the team at Big Brand Beds
Telling me all about his neurodreammask a Kickstarter project, and got one to try it out! When he visits Belgium to speak et TEDX conference in Brussels we meet again and I can share my Neuro Dreammask experiences with him. I will use the neurodreammask simultanously with my ZEO and see if it changes my sleeppatterns. Hang in there for futher news!
Filling in an office hour session at the Quantified Self Conference on ‘Sleeping with technology’. Results on part I and exchanging ideas for research part II – 24/7 self tracking. Tiny habit changes for a better life.
Met Sherry Turkle in 1997 in Cannes @ Milia for the introduction of her book Life on the screen, being a fan ever since!
The ‘Always-On’ Phenomenon. Nowadays we are always connected, with the development of the online infrastructure, the availability of WIFI and data mobility infrastructure, the smartphone and tablet devices which give us access to all sorts of information for either social or professional use anytime, anywhere. We live in a global, networked world within different time zones. The global reach of connectivity can make the most isolated outpost into a center of learning and economic activity, Turkle, (2010, p152-153). Our life is spread all over the world and we are connected to people in different time zones and continents. Hence, the ‘Always-on’ phenomenon and urge to connect might lead to different habits, especially when it comes to sleep
You can download paper here or view it online.