Matt Speaks at Quantified Self Amsterdam

Photo: Sebastiaan ter Burg (@ter_burg)

Last week, Matt spoke at Quantified Self Amsterdam, an international, syndicated conference based around Kevin Kelly’s vision – “a collaboration of users and tool makers who share an interest in self knowledge through self-tracking.” With our experience working with both existing and in-house developed physical computing tools to sense human gestures and biometrics, we felt right at home. Matt spoke about Tellart projects, and work with students, that imagine near future concepts for interactive products and services that allow people to collect and “see” their behaviours and personal data in new ways.

A few good examples are our prototypes with Humana, who we partner with regularly to create projects that range from health games for kids, to office games for health, to activities for the elderly.