Shifting from living labs to experiential design landscapes (EDL)

C.J.P.G. Megens, M.M.R. Peeters, C.C.M. Hummels, A.C. Brombacher

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Innovative interventions are often needed to disrupt current situations, creating new opportunities for sustainable growth. The size and amount of computing power we carry with us is increasing everyday and thus provides new opportunities for designing disruptive and radical innovative intelligent products, systems and related services that enable people to change their lives, to change (transform) society and move towards substantial and sustainable solutions. Designing for these types of transformation however is not easy. Firstly, in the new technological opportunities lie also the dangers of fully aiming at ‘the how’ (technological means) and totally overlooking ‘the why’ (human values, meaning etc.). Secondly, creating these type of transformations on a societal level often needs a long process with a high degree of structural uncertainty. It is difficult to predict whether new concepts will lead to sustainable behavioral change and for instance an active and healthy lifestyle. For industry it is therefore very unappealing and difficult to try to create and introduce these radical and disruptive innovations without a solid basis of evidence. Over the last years Living Labs have been promoted to involve customers directly in product development to validate products in a near-everyday-living environment. In spite of its successes, for the class of intelligent products and systems this method has failed. In response to this we proposed the Experiential Design Landscape (EDL) for developing and testing new radical innovative concepts in everyday life with citizens towards sustainable transformation. Since ambient assisted living is moving more and more towards intelligent systems, products and services, we are developing the EDL method to be used e.g. for ambient assisted living. This paper describes the EDL method in comparison with living labs and shows example projects using the EDL method
Originele taal-2Engels
TitelTomorrow in sight : from design to delivery : European Innovation in Ambient Assisted Living : proceedings of the AAL Forum, 24-27 September 2012, Eindhoven
RedacteurenA. Berlo, van, H. Heuvel, van den, H.H. Nap, I. Bierhoff, W. Rijnen
Plaats van productieEindhoven
UitgeverijSmart Homes
Pagina's583-595
ISBN van geprinte versie978-90-819709-1-4
StatusGepubliceerd - 2012
Evenement2012 Official Conference of the Ambient Assisted Living Joint Programme (AAL Forum) - Eindhoven, Nederland
Duur: 24 sep 201227 sep 2012
http://www.aal-europe.eu/571/

Congres

Congres2012 Official Conference of the Ambient Assisted Living Joint Programme (AAL Forum)
LandNederland
StadEindhoven
Periode24/09/1227/09/12
AnderAmbient Assistive Living Forum 2012
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Intelligent systems
Product development
Innovation
Testing
Industry
Assisted living
Uncertainty

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Megens, C. J. P. G., Peeters, M. M. R., Hummels, C. C. M., & Brombacher, A. C. (2012). Shifting from living labs to experiential design landscapes (EDL). In A. Berlo, van, H. Heuvel, van den, H. H. Nap, I. Bierhoff, & W. Rijnen (editors), Tomorrow in sight : from design to delivery : European Innovation in Ambient Assisted Living : proceedings of the AAL Forum, 24-27 September 2012, Eindhoven (blz. 583-595). Eindhoven: Smart Homes.
Megens, C.J.P.G. ; Peeters, M.M.R. ; Hummels, C.C.M. ; Brombacher, A.C. / Shifting from living labs to experiential design landscapes (EDL). Tomorrow in sight : from design to delivery : European Innovation in Ambient Assisted Living : proceedings of the AAL Forum, 24-27 September 2012, Eindhoven. redacteur / A. Berlo, van ; H. Heuvel, van den ; H.H. Nap ; I. Bierhoff ; W. Rijnen. Eindhoven : Smart Homes, 2012. blz. 583-595
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Shifting from living labs to experiential design landscapes (EDL). / Megens, C.J.P.G.; Peeters, M.M.R.; Hummels, C.C.M.; Brombacher, A.C.

Tomorrow in sight : from design to delivery : European Innovation in Ambient Assisted Living : proceedings of the AAL Forum, 24-27 September 2012, Eindhoven. redactie / A. Berlo, van; H. Heuvel, van den; H.H. Nap; I. Bierhoff; W. Rijnen. Eindhoven : Smart Homes, 2012. blz. 583-595.

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Megens CJPG, Peeters MMR, Hummels CCM, Brombacher AC. Shifting from living labs to experiential design landscapes (EDL). In Berlo, van A, Heuvel, van den H, Nap HH, Bierhoff I, Rijnen W, redacteurs, Tomorrow in sight : from design to delivery : European Innovation in Ambient Assisted Living : proceedings of the AAL Forum, 24-27 September 2012, Eindhoven. Eindhoven: Smart Homes. 2012. blz. 583-595