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Perhaps this is the most interesting experiment. He offers simply to print out a paper smartphone. This will be a sheet with contacts, notes and events, in which you can even put a bank card to pay for purchases. It sounds strange, and it also looks.
This is a simpler method. The user is offered live wallpapers that display how many times the user has unlocked his smartphone.
This app collects incoming notifications andgives them out "dosed" several times a day. That is, you do not hear the constant sound of alerts, but you receive them immediately in a bunch - once, twice, three or four times a day.
This is a game for a group of friends: getting together, you activate the application and put smartphones aside. When someone from the company unlocks his gadget, the game ends.
This experiment can also be turned into a game: you select only the most necessary applications, after which the rest are isolated. After a day, the system offers to repeat the game, deleting another application from the list.
Here the system adjusts to the environment.situation and gives only the necessary applications and alerts. For example, at work - a calendar and mail. This way you are not distracted by unnecessary processes.