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Techno Chic S2012 Media Design HS scenario from Forum for the Future Florian Kellerer and Hanna Garcia Fleer

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  1. 1. TECHNO CHIC A FUTURESCENARIO BY HANNA GARCIA FLEER AND FLORIAN KELLERER
  2. 2. CONTENTIntroduction Technologies Changes in Society Designs
  3. 3. CONTENTIntroduction Technologies Changes in Society Designs
  4. 4. CONTENTIntroduction Technologies -3D Printer -Spray-On-Fabric -Changing Colors Changes in Society Designs
  5. 5. CONTENTIntroduction Technologies Changes in Society Designs
  6. 6. CONTENTIntroduction Technologies Changes in Society Designs
  7. 7. INTRODUCTIONIn the Year 2025, trends can change anyminute and spread all over the world inseconds.But how can a person keep up with thisfast fashion and change his entire outfitwithin a few minutes?Our solution: The Fashion Cell
  8. 8. INTRODUCTION The Fashion Cell process 3D bodyscannerIs integrated in the door and scans the bodysize as soons as somebody enters the cell Computer With access to every store worldwide 3D Printer Is able to print every outfit that is sold in stores within a few minutes Recycling binAll materials that have been produced with the 3D printer can be recycled and reused
  9. 9. INTRODUCTION
  10. 10. TECHNOLOGIESTo make our idea of the Fashion Cellpossible, certain technologies have to bedeveloped.These technologies already exist, buthave not been as sophisticated as theyshould be. These technologies are: The 3D printer, the spray-on-frabric andthe changing colors.
  11. 11. TECHNOLOGIES 3D PRINTERToday the printer is onlyable to print outobjects that are madeout of hard materialslike plasticThe printer has the sizeof a human being
  12. 12. TECHNOLOGIES 3DPRINTERIris Van Herpen is apioneer in the 3Dprinting methodShe is best known forher Haute-CoutureOutfits that are 3Dprinted out of plastic
  13. 13. TECHNOLOGIES 3D PRINTERhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HI0MLHHeOP0
  14. 14. TECHNOLOGIESS P R A Y-ON-F A B R I CThe liquid inside thecan dries as soon as it isbeing sprayed onto anobjectThe tiny fibres connectwith each other andbuild a textile
  15. 15. TECHNOLOGIES S P R A Y-ON-F A B R I Chttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48Zz0ZbeCEY&feature=player_embedded#!
  16. 16. TECHNOLOGIESCHANGING COLORS
  17. 17. CHANGES IN SOCIETY Pro Contra• Recycling • Mass unemployment• Less water polution • Stress• Low carbon footprint • Pressure• No „collecting“ of • High workload things, somebody • Uncertainty doesn´t really need
  18. 18. CHANGES IN SOCIETY Pro Contra• Recycling • Mass unemployment• Less water polution • Stress• Low carbon footprint • Pressure• No „collecting“ of • High workload things, somebody • Uncertainty doesn´t really need• Environmental Consciousness
  19. 19. CHANGES IN SOCIETY Pro Contra• Recycling • Mass unemployment• Less water polution • Stress• Low carbon footprint • Pressure• No „collecting“ of • High workload things, somebody • Uncertainty doesn´t really need• Environmental • Burn-Out Consciousness
  20. 20. DESIGNS
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  26. 26. DESIGNSThe designs are all made with a3D Printer and could be produced inany Fashion Cell.The Fashion Cell supports alltechniques we want to use in ourdesigns.
  27. 27. Eine Präsentation von Hanna Garcia Fleer und Florian KellererTHANK YOU FOR YOURATTENTION
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