By Peter Bihr
February 1, 2006 | By Peter Bihr |
“A project devoted to the study of graffiti-covered walls as they change over time”: the beautiful project Graffity Archaeology.
Fascinating, too, is how they get new material: Via a flickr pool.
Chair and co-founder of ThingsCon, a non-profit to advocate for a responsible IoT, global community of IoT practitioners, and event platform.
View Source: Shenzhen, an exploration of the Shenzhen hardware ecosystem [ebook]
ThingsCon report: The State of Responsible IoT
Research report on the potential and challenges of consumer trustmarks for IoT for Mozilla
Co-founder of Dearsouvenir, a digital travel magazine focused on exploring cities through memorable souvenirs
Co-author of Understanding the Connected Home, with Michelle Thorne
External reviewer for ODINE, the Open Data Incubator Europe
Zephyr Berlin, pants that travel well and are built to last. Hand-made in Germany from high-end Swiss performance fabric.
IoT policy advisory with Google (HQ)
Collaborating with Designswarm on The Good Home, which explores ideas for 21st century urban living
Jury for Prototype Fund
Co-author of a research report & policy recommendations for the German government about citizen-centric smart cities, with Prof. Dr. Christoph Bieber (published April 2016).
Co-chair of Interaction 16, IxDA’s annual interaction design conference.
Product and strategy development for an automotive industry R&D department.
Workshop on the Future of Work with Böll Foundation stipendiaries.
Research on smart cities, smart home, smart agriculture and internet of things (IoT) for various R&D, industry and academic clients.
Unless otherwise noted, the text in the blog posts is licensed under Creative Commons (by 3.0 Germany) and photos are mine and licensed under Creative Commons (by-nc-sa).
Frequent collaborators include Designswarm, Forrrest, Netzpiloten, Mozilla Open IoT Studio, The Incredible Machine, Team ThingsCon.
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