Ihre Bucket-List für journalistische Innovation

Die Corona-Krise beflügelt die vernetzte Welt. Jetzt beginnt die Zeit, in der die Dinge zu Reportern werden. Die Zeit, in der die Vernetzung unser Leben durchdringen wird.

Der Tag könnte so bequem beginnen. Noch bevor ich meine Social Media Accounts checke, öffnet sich das Sensor-Dashboard auf meinem smarten Badezimmerspiegel: Die…

My advice: Take 15 minutes for innovaten every week. | Astrid Csuraji

January 1, 2020 might begin so comfortably. Even before I check my social media accounts, the sensor dashboard on my smart bathroom mirror pops up. The fireworks at New Year’ s Eve seem to have been a huge success: The sensors report that it was loud and bright. A glance…

2020 you will find the one idea that will take off. | HAKINMHAN

Your bucket list for journalistic innovation

We are facing a new decade. A decade with things becoming reporters. A decade in which connectivity will be infiltrating our lives. The coming decade will change journalism.

January 1, 2020 could begin so conveniently. Even before I check my social media accounts, the sensor dashboard on my smart mirror…

Flow Airquality Sensor | Credit:

Environmental sensors are finally on the verge of becoming hip and stylish accessories

Environmental sensors are finally on the verge of becoming hip and stylish accessories. This is shown by my companion to the Friday climate demonstration: “Flow” has been hanging from a strap of my city backpack for two weeks and measures how harmful the air I breathe on my way through…

Soldering meets reporting at our Journalism of Things Conference 2019. Montage / vgajic/istockphoto

Join 100 pioneers: Meet some of the best IoT media makers and sensor experts. The conference will be no less than a departure into a new world of journalism. Organized by the sensor journalism pioneers Hendrik Lehmann, Jan Georg Plavec, Isabelle Buckow, and Jakob Vicari

Our vision for future journalism…

Trees are practical protagonists: they are alwaysavailable, even without an appointment | Astrid Csuraji

The Fridays for Future movement remains an ongoing journalistic issue. Three ideas on how environmental monitoring can succeed with the journalism of things.

First: Trees. During the great dying of the forests in the 1980s, it was the acid rain that made the trees sick. Today it seems to be pests and the increasing drought caused by climate change that are affecting the trees. Environmentalists, foresters and climate researchers are questioned. And I…

The red ones are more easily blown away | Jakob Vicari

When my colleague Astrid got the request for a workshop from a traditional media house with the usual buzzwords “online” and “storytelling” and “multimedia”, we sat down together. We invented a workshop that had never existed before: two days of quick access to the journalism of things. Our workshop was…

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“Stepping to the Telephot on the side of the wall he pressed a group of buttons and in a few minutes the faceplate of the Telephot became luminous, revealing the face of a clean shaven man about thirty, a pleasant but serious face. …

Connected devices withe sensors observe us everywhere. But whats their story? | Jakob Vicari

The home is connected. And observes us.
The connected objects have a good eye on us. We will no longer be able to shake them off. What do they tell about us?

How would the water kettle characterize you, which you encounter in the morning mainly grumpy? What does the sneaker report that regularly accompanies you when you are at your limit? And what would the vacuum cleaner robot sharing about you, who knows what it was like under your sofa? Our…

Reporters discover new perspectives thanks to connected sensors | Jakob Vicari

A morning in 2029. Even before you check your social media accounts as a freelance journalist, open the sensor dashboard on the smart mirror in your kitchen. The rock concert in the town park yesterday seems to have been a complete success: The sensors report that it was loud and…

Jakob Vicari

Freelance Creative Technologist and Science Reporter with a focus on sensors and internet of things.

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