Can smart doorbells be more privacy friendly?

You are invited to answer this question on March 10 and 14 in Amsterdam!

For her graduation project at the faculty of Industrial Design at TU Delft (in collaboration with AMS Institute and the Responsible Sensing Lab), master student Sofie-Amalie Torp Dideriksen explores alternative designs for smart doorbells to make them more privacy-friendly. This week and next week she is hosting a small exhibition at the AMS building at the Marineterrein in Amsterdam displaying possible future doorbell designs.

Linkedin Challenging Smart Doorbells

The exhibition is open for anyone that is interested and/or willing to give feedback on Sofie's possible future doorbell designs. Come by and see how design can help challenge the current state of things.

Time and dates: Thursday10th and Monday 14th of March from 10am - 4pm

Location: Kattenburgerstraat 5, Building 027W, 1018 JA Amsterdam (outside the entrance to AMS Institute)

Read more about this project on the project page:

AMS Institute

TU Delft

Sofie-Amalie Torp Dideriksen

Designer, PhD student at the faculty of Industrial Design at TU Delft