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A presentation for CAVS (Center for Advanced Visual Studies) at MIT done in sept 2009. In this presentation i introduced some of my early works on Creativity Research Tools (CRT) and especially ...

A presentation for CAVS (Center for Advanced Visual Studies) at MIT done in sept 2009. In this presentation i introduced some of my early works on Creativity Research Tools (CRT) and especially digital ethnography devices for children. I also present the concept of exaptation or co-opted technological innovation.

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  • Exaptive Cultures Jb Labrune - Mit Media Lab - 2009
  • http://www.w3.org/Protocols/rfc822/
  • Kindergarten
  • (( Lego vs Linka ))
  • Creative Epistemology Labrune’s Phd, INRIA, CNRS 2007 Peer-to-peer Data Collection Identify Point of Interest Co-exploration Tangicam, 2005 Sketchcam, 2006 Videocube, 2004
  • Peer-to-peer Data Collection Tangicam: Tangible Camera
  • Capturing Point-of-Interest Sketchcam
  • Exploring Creativity Manifesting a complex phenomenon Promote human metalogue Morphogenesis Celebrate subjectivity Identify Exaptations Schizogenesis Reflect on Adaptations Semiogenesis
  • MIT Media Lab