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Citzen Science By: Jon Howard
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Citizen Sciene Team Team (alphabetical): Paul M. Aoki (Intel Research Berkeley) R.J. Honicky (U.C. Berkeley) Ben Hooker (Art Center College of Design) Alan Mainwaring (Intel Research Berkeley) Chris Myers (Isopod Design) Eric Paulos (Intel Research Berkeley / CMU) Sushmita Subramanian (Intel Corporation) Allison Woodruff (Intel Research Berkeley)
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Citizen Science Team With support and collaboration from: Intel Research City of San Francisco U.C. Berkeley Professors
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What is Citizen Science? Shift in mobile phone usage From communication tool To "networked mobile personal measurement instrument". Explore how these new “personal measurement instruments” enable an entirely novel and empowering genre of mobile computing usage called citizen science.
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Goal Through the use of sensors paired with personal mobile phones, everyday people are invited to participate in collecting and sharing measurements of their everyday environment that matter to them.
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