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Imagining natural machines that could not only be inspired by the way physical things look but literally be physically informed, moving the triade of plants and animals and humans to a cosmopolitical ...

Imagining natural machines that could not only be inspired by the way physical things look but literally be physically informed, moving the triade of plants and animals and humans to a cosmopolitical horizon of organic entities.

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    • Gilberto Esparza 1 1
    • ORGANIC ROBOTS Jb Labrune - 2011 2
    • 1. 3
    • NATURE 4 4
    • Jakob von Uexküll 5 5
    • 6 6
    • 7 7
    • FEEDBACK 8 8
    • 9 9
    • 10 10
    • UMGEBUNG 11 11
    • UMWELT 12 12
    • 13 13
    • 14 14
    • 15 15
    • BIOSEMIOTICS 16 16
    • NATURE OF NATURE 17 17
    • NATURE OF NATURALISM 18 18
    • Alan Turing 19 19
    • 20 20
    • 21 21
    • MORPHOGENESIS 22 22
    • 23 23
    • 24 24
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    • 26 26
    • 2. 27 27
    • MACHINES 28 28
    • 1890’s 29 29
    • 30 30
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    • 1940’s 41 41
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    • 48 48
    • Burrhus F. Skinner 49 49
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    • In the year which followed the termination of Project Pigeon I wrote Walden Two (Skinner, 1948), a Utopian picture of a properly engineered society. Some psychotherapistsmight argue that I was suffering from personal rejection and simply retreated to a fantasied world where everything went according to plan, where there never was heard a discouraging word. 57 57
    • But another explanation is, I think,equally plausible. That piece of science fiction was a declaration of confidence in atechnology of behavior. Call it a crackpot idea if you will; it is one in which I have never lost faith. 58 58
    • Claude E. Shannon 59 59
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    • 61 61
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    • 3. 63 63
    • IMAGINATION 64 64
    • 65 65
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    • 67 67
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    • 69 69
    • 70 70
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    • 72 72
    • 73 73
    • 74 74
    • 1 x 2 x 3 75 75
    • ORGANIC ROBOTS 76 76
    • IMAGINE 77 77
    • MACHINES 78 78
    • NATURAL 79 79
    • 1 PARLIAMENT OF THINGS 80 80
    • DGN . LTR . HRWY 81 81
    • COSMOPOLITICS 82 82
    • SUBJECT 83 83
    • OBJECT 84 84
    • NON-MODERN 85 85
    • ONTOLOGICAL REVOLUTION 86 86
    • RETHINKING ENTITIES 87 87
    • 88 88
    • 89 89
    • 2 SUBSTRATE 90 90
    • European Science Agency 91 91
    • HYBRIDS 92 92
    • Stefano Mancuso -Plantoirds 93 93
    • BUBBLES 94 94
    • Don Pettit / NASA 95 95
    • BUBBLE LOGICS 96 96
    • Manu Prakash - MIT/Harvard 97 97
    • NON-ELECTRICAL COMPUTATION 98 98
    • 3 PROGRAMMABLE NATURE 99 99
    • HACKING ANIMALS 100 100
    • 101 101
    • 102 102
    • 103 103
    • 104 104
    • PROGRAMMABLE MATTER 105 105
    • HACKING MATTER 106 106
    • The Flick of a switch: A wall becomes a window becomes a hologram generator. Any chair becomes a hypercomputer, anyrooftop a power or waste treatment plant. Wil McCarthy 107 107
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Utility_fog 108 108
    • 109 109
    • 110 110
    • MIND MACHINE PROJECT 111 111
    • http://mmp.mit.edu/ 112 112
    • 113 113
    • 114 114
    • 4 GROW IT YOURSELF 115 115
    • http://pooktre.com/ 116 116
    • http://pooktre.com/ 117 117
    • 118 118
    • 119 119
    • 5 EPHEMERAL INTERVENTIONS 120 120
    • Ken Goldberg 121 121
    • Niklaus Correll / MIT 122 122
    • Gilberto Esparza 123 123
    • Gilberto Esparza 124 124
    • 125 125
    • Bam 126 126
    • TexteBehrokh Khoshnevis 127 127
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    • 129 129
    • James Turrell 130 130
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    • http://www.pleach.org 141 141