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Friend of Fiend: Co-creation at Coolhaven-island | Marseille & Mulder

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Marseille, J. & Mulder, I. Friend or Fiend: Co-creation at Coolhaven-island. Co-creation at Coolhaven-island Presented at workshop Community practices and locative media held in conjunction with …

Marseille, J. & Mulder, I. Friend or Fiend: Co-creation at Coolhaven-island. Co-creation at Coolhaven-island Presented at workshop Community practices and locative media held in conjunction with MobileHCI09, September 15-18th 2009, Bonn, Germany.

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  • 1. FRIEND OR FIEND? ORWELLS STRONGLY HIERARCHICAL AND CONTROLLING STRUCTURE SHIFTS INTO PLAYFULL, END USER DRIVEN FRIENDLY EXTENSIONS OF ITS OWN SELF. Ingrid Mulder, Research professor Human Centered ICT, School of Communication, Media, & Information Technology, Rotterdam University of applied science Associate Professor Design Techniques, ID-StudioLab, Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology Justien Marseille Founder of the future Insttute, Researcher Human Centered ICT, School of Communication, Media, & Information Technology, Rotterdam University of applied science
  • 2. COOLHAVEN ISLAND 6,150 INHABITANTS, 1/3 CONSIDRED POOR MIX OF DEPRIVED FAMILIES, DRIFTERS AND STUDENTS/SCOLARS (3500 DAILY) DISCOVERED BY THE ‘CREATIVE CLASS”, TENDENCY SUPPORTED BY THE CITY COUNSIL
  • 3. AIM OF THE STUDY BEING PART OF THE CREATIVE CLASS AS WELL AS PROVIDING EDUCATION, THE SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION, MEDIA AND INFORMATIONTECHNOLOGY AIMS TO CONTRIBUTE TO THE SOCIETAL PROBLEMS IN IT NEIGHBOORHOOD. MORE SPECIFIC, THE INSTITUTE PRACTICES THE HUMAN CENTERED DESIGN PRINCIPLES SHE ENVISIONS BY INVOLVING ISLANDERS IN RESEARCH AND DESIGN PROJECTS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO THE LOCAL COMMUNITY AS WELL. IN THE CURRENT PROJECT, STUDENTS PARTICIPATING IN THE CURRENT MEDIA AND CREATIVITY PROGRAM WERE ENCOURAGED TO DEMONSTRATE THEIR CO- CREATION SKILLS IN PRACTICE; THEIR DESIGN TASK WAS TO DESIGN FOR SOCIAL COHESION, BY DEVELOPING A LOCATION BASED CONCEPT ENABLING MEANINGFUL CONNECTIONS BETWEEN DIFFERENT GROUPS, WITH DIFFERENT NEEDS, DESIRES, AND MEDIA BEHAVIOUR AT COOLHAVEN- ISLAND.
  • 4. APPROACH 172  STUDENTS, 7 CLASSES, 5 LECTURES 8 WORKGROUPS CONNECT SUBGROUPS THROUGH LOCATIVE MEDIA, 23 CONCEPTS OVER 200 VISITORS ON CO-CREATION EVENT
  • 5. CO CREATION WITH STAKEHOLDERS
  • 6. CO-OPINION. WHY BOUND THE PROCESS OF CITIZEN PARTICIPATION (ENFORCED BY LAW) TO ONE PLACE OR A FIXED MOMENT IF WEB 2.0 CAN SOLVE THE PROBLEM OF PEOPLE WANTING TO DISCUS ISSUES, BUT CANNOT FIND TIME TO BE PRESENT AT THE COUNCIL MEETING WHEN THE RELEVANT TOPIC IS DISCUSSED? THIS CONCEPT ENABLES CITIZENS TO PARTICIPATE IN LOCAL POLITICS AND TO CONTRIBUTE TO RELEVANT DISCUSSIONS OF THE CITY COUNCIL INDEPENDENT OF TIME AND LOCATION.
  • 7. DRIFERS CURRENCY. EVERYBODY GRANTS A DRIFTER A DIME, BUT NOBODY WANTS TO BUY AN ALCOHOLIC HIS FATAL DRINK. TO COVER THIS OPPORTUNITY STUDENTS CAME UP WITH ‘CARING MONEY’, I.E., RFID CHIPPED COINS THAT YOU CAN BUY AND GIVE TO THE HOMELESS AND NEEDING, WHO CAN EXCHANGE THE COINS FOR FOOD AND SHELTER. AND, OF COURSE, IN ORDER TO MEET THE LOCATIVE ELEMENT: THESE COINS ARE TRACEABLE ALLOWING THE GIVER TO TRACE AND FOLLOW HIS GIFT. THIS CONCEPT WAS VALUED AS MOST CREATIVE AND ORIGINAL, NOT IN THE LEAST FOR THE LOW IMPLEMENTATION COSTS
  • 8. MANY HANDS. THERE IS ALWAYS SOMEBODY IN NEED OF THE THING YOU JUST DON’T NEED OR OF WHICH YOU HAVE LOTS. THIS CONCEPT CAN BE A MATCHMAKER IN THIS MARKET. A NEED MASH UP OF CASES USED AS EXAMPLES, THE IDEA ABOUT ZILOK.COM, A MAP WITH GOODS, SERVICES AND NEEDS OPEN TO THE COMMUNITY. MANY HANDS MAKE WORK LIGHT. THE IDEA WAS SEEN AS THE BEST SPOT; UNFORTUNATELY, WERE THE DISCUSSIONS A BIT BIASED THROUGH THE USE OF SEMI FORBIDDEN VIDEO AND AUDIO
  • 9. FRIEND OR FIEND? WERE ABLE TO CO-CREATE WITH VARIOUS SUBGROUPS AND STAKEHOLDERS AND TO EXPERIMENT WITH LOCATIVE MEDIA. WE ARE CURRENTLY AIMING TO MATURE THE CONCEPTS INTO SUSTAINBLE SOLUTIONS IN THE PUBLIC SPACE INTERACTING WITH THE URBAN SCREEN. FOR FEEDBACK, IDEAS, OPPORTUNITIES, OBSTACLES AND JOINING CONTACT US NOW, TODAY, THIS WEEK OR MAIL US AT I.J.MULDER@HRO.NL J.H.MARSEILLE@HRO.NL
  • 10. Not without…. Our thanks goes to all students involved in the media and creativity program, and would not have been possible without all colleagues of the department, and all participants in the co-creation activities at DS+V. Especially we want to thank Paul Hendriks, for his believe in the project, the organization of the exhibition and mobilization of his colleagues. Leon Gommans was indispensable for all the contacts and support. Of course we want to thank Elbert Visser for the efforts he took to in re exhibition the project during a a day program with colleagues. Lyony Ozephius and Sander Kievits thanks for lecture on the 2008 project .zender. Student assistant David van Leeuwen is to be thanked for helping where possible, in particular his help in making the project shareable. Belinda Mulder is thanked for her endless optimism and organizational skills. Rob Peters for sharing his experiences with coordination of communication during the Schipho lCrash. Jasper Schelling not only assembled the reader, but also treaded the students with several lectures. Last but not least, special thanks go to Emiel Bakker for taking the photographs during the co-creation exhibition, and to Roelof de Vries, who captured the festivities in interactive panorama photo’s.
  • 11. Links and references Flyers of the concepts: http://stud.gmt.hro.nl/0797648/coolhaveneiland/flyers_samengevoegd.pdf Pictures of exhibition http://picasaweb.google.com/pieterdehooch/MEDMECJaar2ProjectGemeenteRotterdam#5319714766657694610 http://www.360fotos.nl/medmec_pano1/ The 2008 project http://project.cmd.hro.nl/2007_2008/coolhaven/ Lectures: http://project.cmi.hro.nl/2008_2009/rewind/platform/video.php?videoid=0059 REFERENCES [1] Barabási, A.-L., Linked: How Everything Is Connected to Everything Else, Plume, (Penguin USA), 2002. [2] Doorbraak, Bureau voor Stedelijke Vernieuwing. Herontwikkeling Coolhaven Eiland, 2007. [3] Gladwell, M. The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference. Little brown, London, 2000. [4] Leigh, R., Hochberg, L.R., Serruya, M.D., Friehs, G.M., Mukand, J.A., M., Caplan, A.H., Branner, Chen, A.D., Penn, R.D., and Donoghue, J.P., Neuronal ensemble control of prosthetic devices by a human with tetraplegia. Nature 442, 164-171, 2006. [5] Mason, M. The Pirates dilemma. Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group, 2008. [6] Peters, R., Information manager, veiligheidsregio Kennermerland. Guest lecture on geodata organisation at the Schiphol Turkish Airline crash, March 4, 2009. [7] Shirky, C., Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing Without Organizations, Penguin Press, USA, 2008. [8] Surowiecki, J. The wisdom of crowds. Abactus, London, 2004. [9] Woonbron and Deelgemeente Delfshaven, 2008. [10] Zittrain, J. The future of the Internet, And how it stops. Abactus, London. 2008.