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Prototyping the future
Drew Hemment
FutureEverything - http://futureeverything.org
ImaginationLancaster - http://imaginati...
Mobile Connections
(2003-5)
i. The Manchester Method
ii. Festival of art, music & ideas
iii. Digital innovation labs
iv. Open Data Cities / Smart Citi...
The Manchester Method
Why Manchester? What is unique about this city?
Braggadocio
Braggadocio is a character in Edmund Spenser's The Faerie
Queene, famous for his boastfulness and swagger.
Blaggadocio
Blaggadocio is a character on the streets of Manchester who
innovates (creates favourable conditions in the wo...
I blag, you blag, he/she blags
Blag is one of the most distinctive words in the
english language (in England).
A blagger i...
Blaggers and Hackers
A blagger is similar to a hacker.
Blaggadocio = a hacker with a mancunian attitude.
Hack the City - Blaggadocio
The city is made up of code that is reworked and rewritten.
Blaggers and hackers do not accept...
My Question
So Manchester, are you a blagger or just a bragger?
i. The Manchester Method
ii. Festival of art, music & ideas
iii. Digital innovation labs
iv. Open Data Cities / Smart Citi...
A global festival of art, music & ideas
4 days / 300 artists and speakers / 100 events / 40 venues.
Established 1995.
The FutureEverything Festival
Global festival of art, music & ideas
The FutureEverything Festival
Global festival of art, music & ideas
The FutureEverything Festival
Global festival of art, music & ideas
The FutureEverything Festival
Global festival of art, music & ideas
The FutureEverything Award
Bringing the future into the present.
The EyeWriter
FutureEverything Award 2010 Winner
The FutureEverything Community
Global Network.

A destination for a world-wide community of
artists, technologists and fut...
i. The Manchester Method
ii. Festival of art, music & ideas
iii. Digital innovation labs
iv. Open Data Cities / Smart Citi...
FutureEverything Labs
Bringing the future into the present.

Year-round innovation labs, lasting between 9-36
months, each...
Past FutureEverything Labs
New Mobilities (2009-11)          Low Grade (2005)
Open Data Cities (2009-10)        Mobile Con...
Link to the festival: Festival as Lab
Prototyping the future
The festival creates a space in which participants
can experi...
Digital culture
FutureEverything (formerly Futuresonic)
was established in 1995 as a platform
for digital art and culture.
Mobile Connections
(2003-5)
Locative Media:
The return of the “Here”
Locative Arts
Or, art by the geospatially uninhibited




New ways of seeing, sensing
and representing
Radar, sonar, GPS, ...
•We are all being mapped,
•all of the time
•The devices we carry leave
 traces of our movements
Loca: Set To Discoverable (2004-6)




Loca consists of a small network      inside each node is a Bluetooth device,   enc...
Mobile Connections
  Loca: Set To Discoverable (2004-6)
(2003-5)




                         Loca           -



       V...
Off The Map (2006)
Low Grade (2005)
Art For Shopping Centres (2007)
Mediashed The Duellists (2007)




           View film
Social Networking Unplugged (2007-8)
Environment 2.0 (2006-9)
Environment 2.0
Exploring the interface
between digital footprint
and environmental
footprint, drawing on new
approaches t...
One billion eyes
"A populace so knowing and capable that
all problems get noticed and addressed,
quickly, by a billion eye...
Biotagging
Discovering and creating a
folksonomy of the city's
urban wildlife. People
moved through a range of
microclimat...
Climate Bubbles
A playful, participatory
project in which bubble
blowing games enable
people across the city
of Manchester...
The City Experiment (2010)
Serendipity City Challenge
Distant Collaboration (2009-10)
Exploring new ways to be globally connected,
and the potential for artworks involving remo...
Globally Networked Event (GloNet)
Developing a new type of global event taking us to
new corners of the globe and reducing...
New Mobilities (2009-11)
New Mobilities (2009-11)
New Mobilities (2009-11)
New Mobilities (2009-11)
New Mobilities (2009-11)

OurTravel
Impact trial of social
networking transport
information app - social
transport communi...
New Mobilities (2009-11)

Open Transport Data
Data visualisation and data
services.
New Mobilities (2009-11)

Mobile Working
The whole city holds meetings
in trams, buses and public
places for a week.
New Mobilities (2009-11)

Telepresence
New ways to be globally
connected.
Open Data Cities (2009-10)
FutureEverything is helping Manchester make
the transition to an Open Data framework.
i. The Manchester Method
ii. Festival of art, music & ideas
iii. Digital innovation labs
iv. Open Data Cities / Smart Citi...
OpenData Cities
OpenData and
                    the City




OpenData Cities
OpenData Cities
The need for region-wide
                 OpenData




OpenData Cities
The need for region-wide
                 OpenData


                  The challenge




OpenData Cities
OpenData Cities
ROUTES TO
                  DATA RELEASE




OpenData Cities
ROUTES TO
                  DATA RELEASE

           Freedom of Information




OpenData Cities
ROUTES TO
                  DATA RELEASE

           Freedom of Information


                   Consensus




OpenData Ci...
ROUTES TO
                  DATA RELEASE

           Freedom of Information


                   Consensus


             ...
OpenData Cities
THREE PRONGED
                APPROACH




OpenData Cities
THREE PRONGED
                APPROACH

                  Data users




OpenData Cities
THREE PRONGED
                APPROACH

                    Data users


                  Data managers




OpenData Citi...
THREE PRONGED
                APPROACH

                    Data users


                  Data managers


               ...
OpenData Cities
Community Building




  OpenData Cities
OpenData Cities
TARGET VALUABLE DATA




OpenData Cities
OpenData Cities
OpenData Cities
COMING SOON?




OpenData Cities
COMING SOON?

              The development of
           a region-wide data store


OpenData Cities
OpenData Cities
FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS




OpenData Cities
FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS


                  Data Store




OpenData Cities
FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS


                  Data Store

          ‘Bus Fair’ Crowdsourced
                bus fare data




Op...
FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS


                  Data Store

          ‘Bus Fair’ Crowdsourced
                bus fare data

     ...
OpenData Cities
WE NEED YOU:




OpenData Cities
WE NEED YOU:


             To interpret the data




OpenData Cities
WE NEED YOU:


             To interpret the data


            To create applications




OpenData Cities
WE NEED YOU:


             To interpret the data


            To create applications


              To build the market...
OpenData Cities
Open Data Manchester wiki
          wiki.opendatamanchester.org.uk




OpenData Cities
Open Data Manchester wiki
          wiki.opendatamanchester.org.uk


              Trafford Data Store
           http://t...
Open Data Manchester wiki
          wiki.opendatamanchester.org.uk


              Trafford Data Store
           http://t...
Open Data Manchester wiki
          wiki.opendatamanchester.org.uk


              Trafford Data Store
           http://t...
i. The Manchester Method
ii. Festival of art, music & ideas
iii. Digital innovation labs
iv. Open Data Cities / Smart Citi...
A collaborative project, join us!
Keynote talk at CING (Creative Industries Networking Group) second birthday in Manchester, 11 October 2010
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  1. 1. Prototyping the future Drew Hemment FutureEverything - http://futureeverything.org ImaginationLancaster - http://imagination.lancaster.ac.uk
  2. 2. Mobile Connections (2003-5)
  3. 3. i. The Manchester Method ii. Festival of art, music & ideas iii. Digital innovation labs iv. Open Data Cities / Smart Cities v. Collaborative platform
  4. 4. The Manchester Method Why Manchester? What is unique about this city?
  5. 5. Braggadocio Braggadocio is a character in Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene, famous for his boastfulness and swagger.
  6. 6. Blaggadocio Blaggadocio is a character on the streets of Manchester who innovates (creates favourable conditions in the world around them) through quick wit, chicanery and play.
  7. 7. I blag, you blag, he/she blags Blag is one of the most distinctive words in the english language (in England). A blagger is a trickster, a thief, but the word is often used in a positive way.
  8. 8. Blaggers and Hackers A blagger is similar to a hacker. Blaggadocio = a hacker with a mancunian attitude.
  9. 9. Hack the City - Blaggadocio The city is made up of code that is reworked and rewritten. Blaggers and hackers do not accept the world as they find it. They edit, debug and back fix to create favourable conditions in the world around them.
  10. 10. My Question So Manchester, are you a blagger or just a bragger?
  11. 11. i. The Manchester Method ii. Festival of art, music & ideas iii. Digital innovation labs iv. Open Data Cities / Smart Cities v. Collaborative platform
  12. 12. A global festival of art, music & ideas 4 days / 300 artists and speakers / 100 events / 40 venues. Established 1995.
  13. 13. The FutureEverything Festival Global festival of art, music & ideas
  14. 14. The FutureEverything Festival Global festival of art, music & ideas
  15. 15. The FutureEverything Festival Global festival of art, music & ideas
  16. 16. The FutureEverything Festival Global festival of art, music & ideas
  17. 17. The FutureEverything Award Bringing the future into the present.
  18. 18. The EyeWriter FutureEverything Award 2010 Winner
  19. 19. The FutureEverything Community Global Network. A destination for a world-wide community of artists, technologists and future-thinkers.
  20. 20. i. The Manchester Method ii. Festival of art, music & ideas iii. Digital innovation labs iv. Open Data Cities / Smart Cities v. Collaborative platform
  21. 21. FutureEverything Labs Bringing the future into the present. Year-round innovation labs, lasting between 9-36 months, each looking at a specific theme, feeding in and out of the festival, which acts as a living lab.
  22. 22. Past FutureEverything Labs New Mobilities (2009-11) Low Grade (2005) Open Data Cities (2009-10) Mobile Connections (2003-5) Distant Collaboration (2009-10) FutureDJ (2004) The City Experiment (2010) Turntable Re:mix (2004) Environment 2.0 (2006-9) Migrations (2002-3) Social Networking Unplugged Blacktronica (2002) (2007-8) Sensurround (2001-2) Art For Shopping Centres (2007) BrokenChannel (2001) Futurevisual (2007) Audiovisions (2000) Off The Map (2006) SenseSonic (1999) Instrument (2006) The first Futuresonic (1996)
  23. 23. Link to the festival: Festival as Lab Prototyping the future The festival creates a space in which participants can experiment and play with the DNA of the city.
  24. 24. Digital culture FutureEverything (formerly Futuresonic) was established in 1995 as a platform for digital art and culture.
  25. 25. Mobile Connections (2003-5)
  26. 26. Locative Media: The return of the “Here”
  27. 27. Locative Arts Or, art by the geospatially uninhibited New ways of seeing, sensing and representing Radar, sonar, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, cellular, GIS, etc Seeking an art of mobile communications: Are there any forms of expression that are intrinsic or unique to mobile and wireless media?
  28. 28. •We are all being mapped, •all of the time •The devices we carry leave traces of our movements
  29. 29. Loca: Set To Discoverable (2004-6) Loca consists of a small network inside each node is a Bluetooth device, encased in concrete for use in the of nodes... made of readily available components, urban environment. The nodes are deployed in public spaces.
  30. 30. Mobile Connections Loca: Set To Discoverable (2004-6) (2003-5) Loca - View film http://bit.ly/locafilm www.loca-lab.org
  31. 31. Off The Map (2006)
  32. 32. Low Grade (2005)
  33. 33. Art For Shopping Centres (2007)
  34. 34. Mediashed The Duellists (2007) View film
  35. 35. Social Networking Unplugged (2007-8)
  36. 36. Environment 2.0 (2006-9)
  37. 37. Environment 2.0 Exploring the interface between digital footprint and environmental footprint, drawing on new approaches to the environment from pervasive and locative media and work on issues related to climate change and sustainability http://futuresonic.com/09/env20
  38. 38. One billion eyes "A populace so knowing and capable that all problems get noticed and addressed, quickly, by a billion eyes." - David Brin
  39. 39. Biotagging Discovering and creating a folksonomy of the city's urban wildlife. People moved through a range of microclimates observing and identifying the plants, animals and fungi they find along the route. A 'Rover' vehicle was used to film and collect data. Participants were able to think up their own ways to classify and record the wildlife they discovered. Christian Nold, Rebecca Ellis, John Tweddle, Drew Hemment
  40. 40. Climate Bubbles A playful, participatory project in which bubble blowing games enable people across the city of Manchester to test air flow circulation, and by sharing the results online, enable the Met Office to get a snapshot the Urban Heat Island phenomenon Drew Hemment, Carlo Buontempo, Alfie Dennen
  41. 41. The City Experiment (2010) Serendipity City Challenge
  42. 42. Distant Collaboration (2009-10) Exploring new ways to be globally connected, and the potential for artworks involving remote collaboration.
  43. 43. Globally Networked Event (GloNet) Developing a new type of global event taking us to new corners of the globe and reducing air travel. Shifting from a single city event, to one taking place simultaneously at venues around the globe.
  44. 44. New Mobilities (2009-11)
  45. 45. New Mobilities (2009-11)
  46. 46. New Mobilities (2009-11)
  47. 47. New Mobilities (2009-11)
  48. 48. New Mobilities (2009-11) OurTravel Impact trial of social networking transport information app - social transport communities.
  49. 49. New Mobilities (2009-11) Open Transport Data Data visualisation and data services.
  50. 50. New Mobilities (2009-11) Mobile Working The whole city holds meetings in trams, buses and public places for a week.
  51. 51. New Mobilities (2009-11) Telepresence New ways to be globally connected.
  52. 52. Open Data Cities (2009-10) FutureEverything is helping Manchester make the transition to an Open Data framework.
  53. 53. i. The Manchester Method ii. Festival of art, music & ideas iii. Digital innovation labs iv. Open Data Cities / Smart Cities v. Collaborative platform
  54. 54. OpenData Cities
  55. 55. OpenData and the City OpenData Cities
  56. 56. OpenData Cities
  57. 57. The need for region-wide OpenData OpenData Cities
  58. 58. The need for region-wide OpenData The challenge OpenData Cities
  59. 59. OpenData Cities
  60. 60. ROUTES TO DATA RELEASE OpenData Cities
  61. 61. ROUTES TO DATA RELEASE Freedom of Information OpenData Cities
  62. 62. ROUTES TO DATA RELEASE Freedom of Information Consensus OpenData Cities
  63. 63. ROUTES TO DATA RELEASE Freedom of Information Consensus Prove demand OpenData Cities
  64. 64. OpenData Cities
  65. 65. THREE PRONGED APPROACH OpenData Cities
  66. 66. THREE PRONGED APPROACH Data users OpenData Cities
  67. 67. THREE PRONGED APPROACH Data users Data managers OpenData Cities
  68. 68. THREE PRONGED APPROACH Data users Data managers Executive Level OpenData Cities
  69. 69. OpenData Cities
  70. 70. Community Building OpenData Cities
  71. 71. OpenData Cities
  72. 72. TARGET VALUABLE DATA OpenData Cities
  73. 73. OpenData Cities
  74. 74. OpenData Cities
  75. 75. COMING SOON? OpenData Cities
  76. 76. COMING SOON? The development of a region-wide data store OpenData Cities
  77. 77. OpenData Cities
  78. 78. FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS OpenData Cities
  79. 79. FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS Data Store OpenData Cities
  80. 80. FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS Data Store ‘Bus Fair’ Crowdsourced bus fare data OpenData Cities
  81. 81. FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS Data Store ‘Bus Fair’ Crowdsourced bus fare data Citizen - Generated Data OpenData Cities
  82. 82. OpenData Cities
  83. 83. WE NEED YOU: OpenData Cities
  84. 84. WE NEED YOU: To interpret the data OpenData Cities
  85. 85. WE NEED YOU: To interpret the data To create applications OpenData Cities
  86. 86. WE NEED YOU: To interpret the data To create applications To build the market OpenData Cities
  87. 87. OpenData Cities
  88. 88. Open Data Manchester wiki wiki.opendatamanchester.org.uk OpenData Cities
  89. 89. Open Data Manchester wiki wiki.opendatamanchester.org.uk Trafford Data Store http://trafford.gov.uk/opendata/ OpenData Cities
  90. 90. Open Data Manchester wiki wiki.opendatamanchester.org.uk Trafford Data Store http://trafford.gov.uk/opendata/ Salford Data Store http://salford.gov.uk/opendata.htm OpenData Cities
  91. 91. Open Data Manchester wiki wiki.opendatamanchester.org.uk Trafford Data Store http://trafford.gov.uk/opendata/ Salford Data Store http://salford.gov.uk/opendata.htm data.gov.uk OpenData Cities
  92. 92. i. The Manchester Method ii. Festival of art, music & ideas iii. Digital innovation labs iv. Open Data Cities / Smart Cities v. Collaborative platform
  93. 93. A collaborative project, join us!
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