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Open Source Design: Disruption, Desire, Destiny?
Open Source Design: Disruption, Desire, Destiny?
Open Source Design: Disruption, Desire, Destiny?
Open Source Design: Disruption, Desire, Destiny?
Open Source Design: Disruption, Desire, Destiny?
Open Source Design: Disruption, Desire, Destiny?
Open Source Design: Disruption, Desire, Destiny?
Open Source Design: Disruption, Desire, Destiny?
Open Source Design: Disruption, Desire, Destiny?
Open Source Design: Disruption, Desire, Destiny?
Open Source Design: Disruption, Desire, Destiny?
Open Source Design: Disruption, Desire, Destiny?
Open Source Design: Disruption, Desire, Destiny?
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Open Source Design: Disruption, Desire, Destiny?

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Keynote at the Swiss Design Network Conference, 9. November 2012, Lugano, Switzerland. Full paper at http://petertroxler.net/open-source-design-disruption-desire-destiny

Keynote at the Swiss Design Network Conference, 9. November 2012, Lugano, Switzerland. Full paper at http://petertroxler.net/open-source-design-disruption-desire-destiny

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  • 1. Open  Source  Design:  "Disruption,  Desire,  Destiny?""On  the  Impact  of  the  3rd  Industrial  Revolution  on  Design  "Peter  Troxler"
  • 2. ‘Intellectual  property’  "The  role  of  a  designer"The  context"
  • 3. 1st  Industrial   2nd  Industrial   3rd  Industrial   Revolution" Revolution" Revolution" 19th  century" 20th  century" 21st  century"Printing  press" Radio,  TV" Internet" Coal  and   Oil  and   Renewable   Steam" Electricity" Energies"
  • 4. How  to  build  effective  forms  of  collective  action  and  self-­organisation?"How  to  help  to  break  free  from  traditional  systems  of  manufacturing  and  creating  value  and  creatively  build  new  systems  that  tap  into  the  capabilities  of  open  design?"How  to  protect  the  interests  and  creative  freedom  of  makers  while  also  ensuring  wide  access  to  new  knowledge,  processes  and  products?"How  to  create  and  capture  value  appropriately  and  effectively?"How  to  achieve  equity  and  fairness?"
  • 5. 1.  ©  2012,  Peter  Troxler,  cc-­by"2.  ©  DG  Enterprise  and  Industry  of  the  European  Commission,   Michael  Thomson,  Tapio  Koskinen,  Dog  Design,  cc-­by-­nc-­sa"3.  ©  2011,  Hendrik-­Jan  Grieving,  cc-­by-­nc-­sa  3.0"4.  ©  2004  Ellywa,  2006  Mcginnly,  cc-­by-­sa  3.0"5.  ©  2012,  Peter  Troxler,  cc-­by"6.  ©  2011,  Hendrik-­Jan  Grieving,  cc-­by-­nc-­sa  3.0"7.  ©  2011,  Hendrik-­Jan  Grieving,  cc-­by-­nc-­sa  3.0"8.  ©  2012,  Peter  Troxler,  cc-­by"9.  ©  2009,  probably  IKEA,  without  permission"10.  ©  2011,  Hendrik-­Jan  Grieving,  cc-­by-­nc-­sa  3.0"11.  GNU:  ©  2010  Free  Software  Foundation,  Inc.,  cc-­by-­nd  3.0  US" Tux:  ©  1996,  Larry  Ewing  (and  GIMP),  used  by  permission"12.  ©  2008  HereToHelp,  cc-­by-­sa  3.0"13.  ©  2012,  Peter  Troxler,  cc-­by"

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