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Wearable Data Hack Munich 2015

Wearable Data Hack Munich 2015

Today, we would like to announce something special. Something we can’t wait to take place and until mid June it’s going to be tough to sit tight. Please, feel invited to our Wearable Data Hack Munich 2015! The Wearable Data Hack Munich 2015 is the first hack day on wearable tech applications and data. It will take place right after the launch of Apple Watch – the gadget we expect […]

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The Datarella World Map Of Behavior

The Datarella World Map Of Behavior

Every smartphone user produces more than 20 MB of data collected by her phone’s sensors per day. Now, imagine the sensor data of 2 billion smartphone users worldwide, translated into realtime human behavior, shown on a global map. That is the vision of the Datarella World Map of Behavior. A typical 2015 generation smartphone sports up to 25 sensors, measuring activities as diverse as movements, noise, light, or magnetic flux. […]

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The Datarella Data Timeline

The Datarella Data Timeline

If you live in the Americas, Europe, Asia-Pacific or Australia, you probably are one of 1.76 billion smartphone users. What do you do with your smartphone? You use apps for texting, social networking, gaming, etc. And you produce data. Lots of data. Every move you make, every breath you take, your behavior results in data: location, movement, body functions, external situational data. And you produce all this data on the fly, […]

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Our Flipboard on Wearable Tech is now on the Web, too.

Our Flipboard on Wearable Tech is now on the Web, too.

Great news! Flipboard has made its service available on the web. You can now browse our curated news on wearable tech, smartwatches, The Quantified Self, and the Internet of Things in your browser, too: flipboard.com/qs-socially-relevant-technology

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Slow Data

Slow Data

Data is the new media. Thus the postulates of our Slow Media Manifesto should be applicable on Big Data, too. Slow Data in this sense is meaningful data, relevant for society, driving creativity and scientific thinking. Slow Data is beautiful data. Read my new text “From Slow Media to Slow Data” at http://beautifuldata.net

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Data is the new media

Data is the new media

Data storytelling, data journalism, and even data fiction – since the advent of Big Data, we find data more and more as tool of narratives. With pattern recognition, exploratory data analytics, and especially with data visualization, data has re-centered from the quantitative to the qualitative. More and more applications support us in using data to tell a story. Dashboards like Tableau or DataLion plug into our data sources and translate […]

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Datarella Wins Bits&Pretzels Startup Pitch

Datarella Wins Bits&Pretzels Startup Pitch

We’re excited to have won the startup pitch at Germany’s biggest startup conference – Bits&Pretzels! We’re still partying – therefore please don’t try to contact us during the next days Your Team Datarella

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Second Screen

Second Screen

In the US, smartphone and tablet displays have replaced the TV set as screen number one. Meanwhile, not only the time spent on mobile devices has become longer on mobile than on the tube -primarily the intensity of using mobiles, the attention, people dedicate to mobile content, is higher. Smartphones and tablets have thus become the first screen. Nevertheless, there are plenty of occasions, when a smartphone is out of […]

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“Analyze Smartphone Sensor Data with R” – Blog post in reply to our “Call for Data Fiction”

“Analyze Smartphone Sensor Data with R” – Blog post in reply to our “Call for Data Fiction”

As reply to our “Call for Data Fiction”, Benedikt Koehler has applied the BreakoutDetection packege for R on our sample data set. Here you see his findings with the code: http://beautifuldata.net

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We are the content!

We are the content!

Since 1967 the Consumer Electronics Show CES in Las Vegas has been the display for the latest products in electronic entertainment. Every first week in Januar the big brands disclose their secret products, that will be stacked on the shelves – or rather: put on the online shops. Until recently, CES was the home match for the classic industry: Hifi, TV sets, car radio, … Even with Apple, Microsoft, and […]

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