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1 IPG MEDIA LAB 2012 TRENDS /

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3 Lab Days Virtual Lab Media Partnerships Production Magna Intelligence Trends IPG MEDIA LAB /

4 1.VANISHING INTERFACE 2.DE-OWNERSHIP 3.BRICK-AND-MORTAR’S DIGITAL LIFE RAFT 4.CARPE DATA 5.TECHNO-TOTS CONTENTS /

5 We are at an inception point for a shift in computing: With smartphones, any real world experience can seamlessly become digital Computing is getting so natural it no longer feels or looks like computing It is no longer viable to draw a line between physical and digital ecosystem WHERE ARE WE IN 2012? /

6 1. VANISHING INTERFACE

7 TOUCH COMPUTING IS UBIQUITOUS / 56% will have smartphones 22% will have tablets (Magnaglobal 2012 forecast)

8 PUTTING FEELING INTO TOUCH / Tablets to simulate texture in 2012

9 DIGITAL INTERACTION WITH REAL WORLD TOOLS / Commercial launch of Kinect for Windows – new wave of natural computing - no physical interface

10 COMPUTING WITH PERSONALITY / Siri shows promise of computing with personality

11 2. DE-OWNERSHIP

12 OWNERSHIP GETS REMOTE / Diminished ownership rights

13 AS-A-SERVICE MODEL HERE TO STAY / Netflix no. 1 Internet data usage Kindle Fire revenue from content to grow 173% in % of Americans will be active Pandora users 2012 Sources: Sandvine, Barclays Capital, Magnaglobal

14 DE-OWNERSHIP MEANS INCREASED RELIANCE ON STREAMING / By 2016, 9% of homes will rely on streaming; half will have actively “cut the cord” (Magnaglobal) Cut cable Never had cable

15 3. BRICK-AND-MORTAR’S DIGITAL LIFE RAFT

16 SHOWROOMING / Consumers are using brick-and- mortar stores as “showrooms” 25% are using phones to compare prices, 13% end up buying elsewhere (Pew)

17 CATCHING UP TO E-COMMERCE / Best Buy turning “Showrooming” trend to its advantage by embracing physical/digital divide

18 THE REALITY IS MORE NUANCED / Consumers are checking an average of 10.4 sources to make purchase decisions. (Shopper Sciences) Physical store is second most important source of influence (Shopper Sciences)

19 COOKIES FOR THE REAL WORLD / New tools allow web-like personalization in the store

20 20 4. CARPE DATA /

21 DATA NEEDS TO KNOW ITS OWN STRENGTH / “How could they get their advertisements into expectant mothers’ hands without making it appear they were spying on them? How do you take advantage of someone’s habits without letting them know you’re studying their lives?” -- Andrew Pole, Target Guest Marketing Analyst

22 HARDWARE COMPANIES BECOMING DATA COMPANIES / Siemens invested in cloud-based energy platform, Tendril, for promise of a “new generation of products, applications and devices.”

23 DATA IS BULLET POINT WHEN BUYING PRODUCT/ 60% of connected devices at CES were non-traditional. By the end of the year, 11.6M homes will have connected appliances (Magnaglobal).

24 THE SMARTER EVERYDAY /

25 DATA IS CHILD’S PLAY /

26 5. TECHNO-TOTS

27 TODAY’S KIDS ARE V.I. NATIVES / iPad is number 1 item on Christmas list for 6-12 year olds, 2010 and 2011 (Nielsen)

28 Source: Latitude 2010 Study, KIDS 12 AND UNDER “I’d like to go through the computer to the places that are inside it.” –Female, 4, Medellin, Colombia “Help Computer: it knows what you are thinking and does it for you–both touch and voice controlled.” –Male, 8, Brisbane, Australia “I’d like to touch the things that are in the screen — feel and move them.” —Female, 7, Barcelona, Spain KIDS SEE DEVICE AS EXTENSION OF THEMSELVES/

29 INDUSTRY SCRAMBLING TO MEET THOSE NEEDS /

30 Realizing the connection of the physical and digital ecosystem: -Physical products are triggering digital purchases. -Digital delivery is being embedded into physical products. -Widespread opportunities to move seamlessly between the digital and physical realms. This is how consumers experience the world… TRENDS IN SUMMARY /

31 THANK YOU /


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