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Presentation from Euro OSCON 2006 covering 3D printing, Commoditisation, Internet of Things, Languages

Presentation from Euro OSCON 2006 covering 3D printing, Commoditisation, Internet of Things, Languages

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  • 1. Making the web of things EURO OSCON Sept. 2006
  • 2. Kent
  • 3. Winston Churchill Charles Dickens
  • 4. Pond Ducks
  • 5. Worth Based Inkjets Electronics Commoditisation Printing Ducks Open Source Freedom Javascript Football Maths Politics Genetics People Fotango Archery XP Programming Patents
  • 6. Worth Based Inkjets Electronics Commoditisation Printing Ducks Open Source Freedom Javascript Football Maths Politics Genetics People Fotango Archery XP Programming Patents
  • 7. courtesy of Katrien Janin, Creative Commons License.
  • 8. Image courtesy of Rob Wilson, LaserLines
  • 9. Image courtesy of Inition
  • 10. 6’ Kouros Statue, Image courtesy of Materialise
  • 11. Image courtesy of Thin Film Electronics
  • 12. B.J. Norris et al, J. Phys. D. 36, L105 (2003) . 56 TTFT’s
  • 13. e = mc 2
  • 14. 0.0002 3dp = mc
  • 15. 0.0002 3dp = mc
  • 16. 0.0002 3dp = mc
  • 17. 0.0002 3dp = mc
  • 18. 0.0002 3dp = mc
  • 19. “The empires of the future are the empires of the mind.”
  • 20. "Bah! Humbug!"
  • 21. Snowboarding Pepsi Electronics Commoditisation Programming Judo Databases Patents Microsoft Business theory Acting Trading Freedom C++ Football Maths Politics Genetics People Security Bridge Cars Archery XP
  • 22. No Pond
  • 23. Snowboarding Pepsi Electronics Commoditisation Programming Judo Databases Patents Microsoft Business theory Acting Trading Freedom C++ Football Maths Politics Genetics People Security Bridge Cars Archery XP
  • 24. Wikipedia : change from monopolistic to perfect competition
  • 25. today’s hot stuff tomorrow’s boredom
  • 26. 1890’s 1930’s National Electricity Grid
  • 27. Ubiquitous Rare thing Distributed
  • 28. = 6 x
  • 29. New Thing Standard Products Utility Service Leading thing Edge
  • 30. New Thing Standard Products Utility Service Leading thing Edge CRM
  • 31. New Thing Standard Products Utility Service Leading thing Edge Consultants
  • 32. New Thing Standard Products Utility Service Leading thing Edge ABC System
  • 33. New Thing Standard Products Utility Service Leading thing Edge Salesforce
  • 34. New Thing Standard Products Utility Service Leading thing Edge ABC System
  • 35. New Thing Standard Products Utility Service Leading thing Edge Consultants
  • 36. New Thing Standard Products Utility Service Leading thing Edge CRM
  • 37. New Thing Standard Products Utility Service Leading thing Edge Competitive Advantage
  • 38. New Thing Standard Products Utility Service Leading thing Edge
  • 39. New Thing Standard Products Utility Service Leading Edge
  • 40. New Thing Standard Products Utility Service Leading Edge Cost of doing business
  • 41. New Thing Standard Products Utility Service Leading Edge
  • 42. New Thing Standard Products Utility Service Leading Edge open source
  • 43. Factory
  • 44. Factory ≡ One thing
  • 45. Digital Physical
  • 46. Factory ≡ Many things
  • 47. Factory Ubiquitous Distributed Manufacture
  • 48. Central Lab Home Printers Retail Printing Local Labs
  • 49. Images courtesy of Dr Nick Stone, Novalia
  • 50. Images courtesy of Dr Nick Stone, Novalia
  • 51. Substrate Add metal Add Light sensitive film Expose through mask Photo finishing Etching Extraction
  • 52. Substrate Print
  • 53. Factory Ubiquitous Distributed Manufacture
  • 54. open source hardware
  • 55. Image controlled application of a material to a substrate
  • 56. courtesy of Katrien Janin, Creative Commons License.
  • 57. Image courtesy of Rob Wilson, LaserLines
  • 58. Image courtesy of Elumin8
  • 59. Image courtesy of Pelikon
  • 60. Deposition Flexographic Gravure Screen Offset Litho. Stamp.
  • 61. Flexographic Impression cylinder Plate cylinder (image) Ink supply anilox roll Substrate
  • 62. Bruce Kahn, RIT, 2005
  • 63. Image courtesy of Jie Zhang, Motorola Printed Electronics Group, Printed Electronics Conference
  • 64. Image courtesy of Dr Nick Stone, Novalia
  • 65. < 10 Micron Track width Images courtesy of Dr Nick Stone, Novalia.
  • 66. Deposition 3DPtm SLS SLA Digital DLP SLM HSS Flexographic Gravure Screen Offset Litho. Stamp.
  • 67. SLA laser Printed object Vat of photopolymer Mirror or Scanning system Moveable platform
  • 68. Image from TurkCadCam.net
  • 69. 6’ Kouros Statue, Image courtesy of Materialise
  • 70. 3DPtm Roller Powder Ink well (glue) Inkjet head Printed object Unused Powder
  • 71. Deposition 3DPtm SLS SLA Digital DLP SLM HSS Flexographic Gravure Screen Offset Litho. Stamp. FDM MJM Inkjet LOM LENS
  • 72. Inkjet Ink wells (material) Inkjet head UV curing Printed object Platform
  • 73. Image courtesy of Inition.
  • 74. Image courtesy of Thin Film Electronics.
  • 75. Inkjet + Metalisation 0.5 m/s < 100 um MetalJet 6000, Image courtesy of Conductive Inkjet Technology. R2R
  • 76. Image courtesy of Conductive Inkjet Technology.
  • 77. Ceramics Carbon nanotubes Metallorganics Quantum Dots Metal nano-particles UV curable polymers Silica Adhesives Printed using inkjets
  • 78. The Spime
  • 79. Digital Physical
  • 80. RFID home help
  • 81. Second Life Sex Aids
  • 82. Greg’s Train Time Alarm Clock
  • 83. hardware > software
  • 84. ≡ silicon 1980s
  • 85. hardware ≡ software
  • 86. Change Hardware? Software?
  • 87. CAD Instruction set Language Instruction set Function
  • 88. Function Instructions Instructions Hardware Software
  • 89. Function Instructions Compiler Instructions Hardware Software
  • 90. Spime Script Instructions Compiler Instructions Hardware Software
  • 91. Building objects and electronics Distributed manufacturing Open source hardware Spime script
  • 92. "Bah! Humbug!"
  • 93. “The empires of the future are the empires of the mind.”
  • 94. Thank you

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