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  • 1. Where's  that  Revolu/on?         Peter  Troxler   @trox   h6p://petertroxler.org  
  • 2. Gershenfeld   FAB.  The  coming   revolu3on  on  your   desktop   2005   RiCin   The  Third  Industrial   Revolu3on   2011   Anderson   Makers.  The  new   industrial  revolu3on   2012   Marsh   The  New  Industrial   Revolu3on   2012  
  • 3. Photo  ©  2012     denkwerk  GmbH   Photo  ©  2013     netzkombüse  
  • 4. ©  2009   Zach  Hoeken   cc-­‐by-­‐sa   ©  2012   Maciaj  Wojnicki   cc-­‐by   ©  2013   John  Abella   cc-­‐by   ©  2014   3D  Hubs  
  • 5. ©  2012  makerbot   ©  2014  DMG  Mori  Seiki  
  • 6. consumer  3D  prin/ng:  5-­‐10  years  to  maturity   enterprise  3D  prin/ng:  2-­‐5  years  to  maturity   ©  2013  Gartner  
  • 7. •  effec/ve  forms  of  collec/ve  ac/on  and     self-­‐organisa/on   •  new  systems  that  tap  into  the  capabili/es  of     the  “next  industrial  revolu/on”   •  protect  the  interests  and  crea/ve  freedom  of  makers   while  ensuring  wide  access  to  new  knowledge   •  appropriately  and  effec/vely  create  and  capture  value   •  achieve  equality  and  fairness   Troxler  2013,  2013a  
  • 8. effec/ve  forms  of   collec/ve  ac/on  and     self-­‐organisa/on  
  • 9. ©  2010  Cea,  cc-­‐by  2.0     ©  2011   Windell  Oskay   cc-­‐by   ©  2008   Chris,  r3v  ||  cls   cc-­‐by-­‐sa  
  • 10. new  systems  that  tap   into  the  capabili/es  of     the  “next  industrial   revolu/on”  
  • 11. ©  2012  complexitys.con,  cc-­‐by-­‐sa   ©  2013  Made  in  4Havens  
  • 12. protect  the  interests   and  crea/ve  freedom  of   makers  while  ensuring   wide  access  to  new   knowledge  
  • 13. US  Patent  8,046,721  B2   (slide-­‐to-­‐unlock)  
  • 14. appropriately  and   effec/vely  create  and   capture  value  
  • 15. ©  2013  Sophie  Bédard   h6p://www.isipe.net/comic/  
  • 16. achieve  equality  and   fairness  
  • 17. Or/z  et  al.  (2013),  p.  13   p.  36-­‐39   •  63  %  of  protests  did   not  achieve  their   intended  demands   •  Repression  is   documented  in  well   over  half  of  the   protest  episodes,   including  surveillance  
  • 18. summary  
  • 19. Thank  You           Peter  Troxler   @trox   h6p://petertroxler.org  
  • 20. Sources  and  Further  Reading   Sta/s/cs  on  consumer  3D  prin/ng  (p/nters,  materials,  objects  printed):  h6p://3dhubs.com/trends   IBM  study  on  "sooware-­‐defined  supply  chain":  Brody,  J.  &  Pureswaran,  V.  (2013).  “The  new  sooware-­‐defined  supply  chain.  Preparing  for  the   disrup/ve  transforma/on  of  Electronics  design  and  manufacturing.”  IBM  Ins/tute  for  Business  Value,  IBM  Global  Services,  Somers,  NY,   July  2013.  Online  at  h6p://public.dhe.ibm.com/common/ssi/ecm/en/gbe03571usen/GBE03571USEN.PDF  (accessed  12  October  2013).     Barcelona  Fab  City:  h6p://www.22barcelona.com,  h6p://fablabbcn.org   Made  in  4Havens,  Ro6erdam:  h6p://4havens.tumblr.com     Or/z,  I.,  Burke,  S.,  Berrada,  M.,  &  Cortés,  H.  (2013).  World  Protests  2006-­‐2013.  Na/on  of  Change.  New  York.  Retrieved  from  h6p:// policydialogue.org/publica/ons/working_papers/world_protests_2006-­‐2013/     Troxler,  P.  (2013).  Making  the  Third  Industrial  Revolu/on.  The  Struggle  for  Polycentric  Structures,  Heterarchies,  Lateral  Power  Rela/onships   and  a  New  Peer-­‐Produc/on  Commons  in  the  Fab  Lab  Community.  In:    J.  Walter-­‐Herrmann  and  C.  Büching  (eds.):  FabLab.  Of  Machines,   Makers  and  Inventors.  Bielefeld:  Transcript.  pp.  181–194.   Troxler,  P.  (2013a).  On  Giant’s  Shoulders.  What’s  Next  for  Open  Hardware  and  Design?  In:  Edited  by  Braybrooke,  K.  and  Nissilä,  J.:  The  Open   Book.  London:  The  Finnish  Ins/tute.  Reak/on  #3.  pp.  32–39.