Future forward rnl green week 2012

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A look into the future of sustainability and design presented at RNL's 2012 Green Week. Nice references to sources and thought leaders in this arena.

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  • SPIME – An object with extensive and rich informational support – trackable through space in time from cradle to grave – data minable
  • African proverb: If you have a problem, and you can’t solve it alone, evoke it.
  • Future forward rnl green week 2012

    1. 1. Source: Mondolithic Studios
    2. 2. Source: Mondolithic Studios
    3. 3. Source: Mondolithic Studios
    4. 4. Source: Wired / Art Works Hollywood
    5. 5. Source: Julian Bleecker, Near Future Laboratory
    6. 6. Source: “Squiggle” by Damien Newman / Central Office of Design
    7. 7. Source: Julian Bleecker, Near Future Laboratory
    8. 8. Source: What Technology Wants, Kevin Kelly
    9. 9. Source: Julian Bleecker, Near Future Laboratory
    10. 10. ConsumptionSmaller FootprintExisting BuildingsUrban Resilience
    11. 11. Climate Mitigation Global MarketGreen Behaviors Social Capital
    12. 12. Peak EverythingDeconstruction Landfill Mining
    13. 13. Biomimicry NanotechnologyGenetic Engineering Information Technology
    14. 14. InformationTechnology
    15. 15. Ubiquitous Metrics Ambient Feedback SenseableRadical Transparency Environments Augmented Reality SPIME Geo-fencing Epic Win
    16. 16. $
    17. 17. Source: Lucid Design Group
    18. 18. RADICALTRANSPARENCY
    19. 19. “Living by Numbers”Source: Wired
    20. 20. Source: wired.com
    21. 21. NOT Virtual Reality
    22. 22. Source: MIT, Senseable City Lab AUDI AIDA 2.0 (AFFECTIVE INTELLIGENT DRIVING AGENT)
    23. 23. Geo-fencing
    24. 24. Smart Phone
    25. 25. Source: 4iiii Innovations
    26. 26. Source: ieee.org / University of Washington
    27. 27. Source: MIT, Media Lab
    28. 28. Source: MIT, Senseable City Lab, Digital Water Pavilion
    29. 29. Source: Colt International
    30. 30. Source: “Getting Started with Arduino”, Massimo Banzi
    31. 31. “open source electronics prototyping platform”
    32. 32. Source: IDEO Labs
    33. 33. Source: MIT, Senseable City Lab
    34. 34. Source: MIT, Senseable City Lab
    35. 35. Source: MIT, Senseable City Lab
    36. 36. Source: MIT, Senseable City Lab
    37. 37. Source: raisethecloud.org
    38. 38. Source: raisethecloud.org
    39. 39. Source: MIT, Senseable City Lab
    40. 40. AUTODESK ECO MATERIAL ADVISER (INVENTORSource: Granta Design 2012)
    41. 41. Steel W16x36 Beam: XW34A28JJK0-0Length: 29’-0”Coord: 39 44’28.47”N, 105 10’16.22”, 5801.45’Finish: prime, paintRecycled content: 87% postconsumer
    42. 42. Storefront 1-0299Maintenance Schedule:Cleaning: 03/09/2012New sealant: 09/14/2015
    43. 43. 1800 LarimerLEED-CS Platinum, 2010EUI: 42.2 kBtu/SF (2011)Recycled content: 24.2%
    44. 44. Source: apple2history.org
    45. 45. Source: MakerBot
    46. 46. Source: Arduino
    47. 47. Source: exploratorium.edu
    48. 48. Source: Phil Toledano
    49. 49. 5.93 Million Years
    50. 50. Source: urgentevoke.com
    51. 51. Source: Institute for the Future
    52. 52. SocialMedia
    53. 53. Source: Berkeley Center for the Built Environment
    54. 54. Source: NREL
    55. 55. May 18, 2015, 9:50 AMWant some fresh air? This would June 22, 2017, 6:00 PMbe an excellent time to open mywindows! #RSFBOA Another day at net zero energy, water and waste! #RSF @NREL-RSF
    56. 56. June 22, 2024, 7:37 AMSpeer Blvd converted to June 22, 2024, 7:51 AMbicycle super-highway, opened today! Will I ever find my bike#speerbike again in this massive new park parking garage? #speerbike @TomHootman

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