Projects


6 design sprints

We have started a new collaboration with design studio The Incredible Machine to increase the output of new concepts, feasible designs and tangible prototypes that can be tested.

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The Transparent Crowd Monitoring Camera

The number of crowd monitoring cameras in public places is increasing. What could be done to inform and ensure people that counting cameras are just there for the counting?

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Challenging the design of smart doorbells

Our graduation student Sofie-Amalie is creating alternative smart doorbells through speculative design to challenge the current design of smart doorbells (IoT doorbells with integrated cameras).

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Shutterring

The Shutterring project aims to make smart doorbells more responsible by ensuring the privacy of bypassers and owners while keeping the main functionality of the device intact.

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Shuttercam

The Shuttercam project originated based on the notion that people do not know if and when cameras in public space are recording or not.

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Simple Sensors

The Simple Sensors project investigates how cities can collect data responsibly.

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Responsible Sensing Toolkit

6 steps on how to use sensors in public space in a responsible way.

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Exhibition at Arcam

Three of our projects are displayed at the exhibition Private_Eye_Butler_Spy by Arcam.

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Quick scan multi-party-computation

We are performing a quick scan for a pilot with secure multi-party computation (MPC) in Amsterdam.

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Responsible Drones

Within the Responsible Drones project we explore how cities could utilize drones in a responsible way.

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DCODE project

In 2022, two DCODE prototeams of PhD students will be working on a grand DCODE project at AMS Institute. The Responsible Sensing Lab provides the prototeams with cases that they will work on.

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mmWave sensor

With the mmWave project we're investigating a privacy-friendly alternative for CCTV in the city.

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