Topic Studio: In Motion

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Initial research and exploration into the intersection of wanderlust and slow-tech.

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Topic Studio: In Motion

  1. 1. TRANSPORTATION + MOVEMENT LIVEABLE STREETS SLOWTECH WANDERLUST
  2. 2. social space at the street level LIVEABLE redefining community behavior STREETS social interaction in urban environments social harm done by trafficSOCIAL STREET PEDESTRIAN CUE ACTIVATING UNUSED SPACE
  3. 3. “transit downtime” WANDERLUST memory and self expression approachable identity and way finding exploration and delightAUDIBLE COLOR AROMASTAGRAM DRIFT APP
  4. 4. motivation to move complement rather than replace SLOWTECH subtle vs. disruptive interactions how devices shape our relationships to time, emotion and energyNEARFIELD TECH DATA TO MEMENTO SKYWALK
  5. 5. TRANSPORTATIONFOR THE SAKE OF EXPLORATION
  6. 6. TRAVEL IS THE ONLYTHING YOU BUY THAT MAKES YOU RICHER
  7. 7. Urban, Pedestrian mobility Shared Adventure “Transit downtime” Placemaking Wayfinding/NavigationExploration/Wonder/Delight Motivation to move
  8. 8. WHEREVER YOU ARE BE ALL THERE ( identifying the user )
  9. 9. MORE
  10. 10. LESS
  11. 11. wondering wanderer authentic city adventurer wanna-be woodsman
  12. 12. voted most likely to: Host a picnic in thepark near their housetech saavy: basic understanding andfrequent usecan survive without tech for: the afternoonmost likely to: attend a weekend festival anhour outside the citytech saavy: skilled and frequent usercan survive without tech: an hourmost likely to: take weekend camping trip (car)tech saavy: knowledgeable but not dependantcan survive without tech: for the weekend
  13. 13. WHAT THEY HAVE IN COMMON MILLENIALS SMART PHONE USERS DISPOSABLE INCOME FOR LEISURE ACTIVITIES ON REGULAR BASIS CITY - DWELLER BUT ENJOY NATURE FEEL COMPELLED TO SHARE ADVENTURES THROUGH SOCIAL MEDIA LOVE/HATE RELATIONSHIP WITH TECH PURCHASING DECISION BASED AROUND CULTURAL IDEOLOGY MORE SO THAN FEATURES/BENEFITS
  14. 14. Lewis Mumford on the rural-urban relationship: “Every phase of life in the countryside contributes to the existence of cities. What the shepherd, the woodman, and the miner know, becomes transformed and ‘etherealized’ through the city into durable elements in the human heritage: the textiles and butter of one, the moats and dams and wooden pipes and lathes of another, the metals and jewels of the third, are finally converted into instruments of urbanliving: underpinning the city’s economic existence, contributing art andwisdom to its daily routine. Within the city the essence of each type of soil and labor and economic goal is concentrated... thus arise greater possibilities for interchange and for new combinations not given in the isolation of their original habitats.” The Culture of Cities, 1938
  15. 15. TRENDSCRAPE Glamping Data to Memento (Glamorous Camping) NearField Comm. Wanderlust SlowTech Rural-Urban Synergy Guerilla SocialMovement and relationships (flashmob/social bomb)to time, emotion and energy Soft Goods with Urban exploration embedded tech Return to Craftsmanship Location bookmarking Personal Broadcasting
  16. 16. URBANADVENTURE GEAR
  17. 17. DIY/DUAL PURPOSEEVERPURSE
  18. 18. GLAMPING
  19. 19. POTENTIAL EXPERTS/USERSAlite - makes going outside simpleDMBA team - Experience Studio on Glamping

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