Making, Sharing, Caring:Schöne neue Autonomieoder Dritte IndustrielleRevolution?Wolfgang Wopperer | 03.05.2013
©
©(WTF?)
Neue Autonomie?Dritte Industrielle Revolution?Kapitalismusoptimierung?Hype?
Economy
„Die Rückkehr derProduktion in dieIndustrieländer“
„The ThirdIndustrialRevolution“
Maker Movement I
Personal Fabrication
Personal Fabrication1952CNC
Personal Fabrication1952CNCCAD
Personal Fabrication1952CNCCADG-Code
Personal Fabrication1952CNCCADG-Code8-3 © 2006 David E. Weisbergon a non-exclusive basis because he underestimated its mar...
Personal Fabrication1952CNCCADG-Code8-3 © 2006 David E. Weisbergon a non-exclusive basis because he underestimated its mar...
Personal Fabrication1952CNCCADG-Code8-3 © 2006 David E. Weisbergon a non-exclusive basis because he underestimated its mar...
Personal Fabrication1952 2008CNCCADG-Code8-3 © 2006 David E. Weisbergon a non-exclusive basis because he underestimated it...
20122008
Open Source Hardware
Open Source Hardware
Open Source Hardware+
Open Source Hardware+
Open Source Hardware+$
Open Source Hardware+$
Open Source Hardware+$ ($$$)
Commons-basedPeer Production
Commons-basedPeer Production
Commons-basedPeer ProductionGemeingüter
Commons-basedPeer ProductionGemeingüterNetzwerk
Commons-basedPeer ProductionGemeingüterNetzwerkintrinsische Motivation
Auto-nomie
Auto-nomie Sinn
Auto-nomie Sinn Fairness
Geschäftsmodelle undWirtschaftssysteme
(Wirtschaftlichkeit vs.Demokratisierung)
Konsumgut = Design + Material
Konsumgut = Design + MaterialAccessoire
Investitionsgut = Open Design + X
( )
Finanzierung
FinanzierungFreizeit
FinanzierungFreizeit Mäzenat
FinanzierungFreizeit Mäzenat CrowdFunding
Monetarisierung
MonetarisierungProduktverkaufOpen Design + industrielle Fertigung
MonetarisierungProduktverkaufOpen Design + industrielle FertigungDienstleistungsverkaufOpen Design + Beratung und Schulung
?
Maker Movement II
Crafting“making with skill & attention to detail”
Crafting“making with skill & attention to detail”
Crafting“making with skill & attention to detail”
Crafting“making with skill & attention to detail”
Whole Earth Catalog“access to tools”
Whole Earth Catalog“access to tools”
Whole Earth Catalog“access to tools”
Whole Earth Catalog“access to tools”
PLATO“a telescopic glimpse of the future”
PLATO“a telescopic glimpse of the future”
PLATO“a telescopic glimpse of the future”
Bildung
( )
( )
( )
Neue Autonomie?Dritte Industrielle Revolution?Kapitalismusoptimierung?Hype?
Neue Autonomie?Dritte Industrielle Revolution?Kapitalismusoptimierung?Hype?Bildung für das 21. Jahrhundert?
@wowo101strobowowo@gmail.comhttp://wolfgangwopperer.com
Bildquellen(außer eigenen Bildern)Slide 4: Fab Lab Luzern (http://luzern.fablab.ch/was-ist-ein-fablab)Slide 5: oya online ...
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
Making, Sharing, Caring – Schöne neue Autonomie oder Dritte Industrielle Revolution?
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Dritte Iteration des Maker-Movement-Themas, vorgetragen und diskutiert an der TU Dresden (http://mg.inf.tu-dresden.de/forschung/veranstaltungen/vortrag-wolfgang-wopperer). Diesmal werden zwei Geschichten des Maker Movement kontrastiert, die auf Veränderung wirtschaftlicher Produktion und auf Autonomie als Selbstbestimmtheit abzielen.

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Vom MakerBot bis zur DIY-Drohne, vom Hacker Space bis zum Fab Lab verspricht die Kombination aus Personal Fabrication, Open Source und der Zusammenarbeit in Netzwerken und Communities eine schöne neue Welt der Produktion, in der jeder alles selbst herstellen kann – post-industriell, post-tayloristisch und ein bisschen wie auf der USS Enterprise.

Die Zukunftsvisionen, die daran anknüpfen, malen aber ganz unterschiedliche Bilder von der kommenden Welt der Makers: Erleben wir eine Rückkehr des produzierenden Gewerbes, mit einer ganz neuen Verteilung der Produktionsmittel? Gewinnen wir alle mehr Ausdrucksfreiheit und Autonomie? Oder ist das alles nach Dotcoms und Web 2.0 nur der jüngste Hype made in California?

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  1. 1. Making, Sharing, Caring:Schöne neue Autonomieoder Dritte IndustrielleRevolution?Wolfgang Wopperer | 03.05.2013
  2. 2. ©
  3. 3. ©(WTF?)
  4. 4. Neue Autonomie?Dritte Industrielle Revolution?Kapitalismusoptimierung?Hype?
  5. 5. Economy
  6. 6. „Die Rückkehr derProduktion in dieIndustrieländer“
  7. 7. „The ThirdIndustrialRevolution“
  8. 8. Maker Movement I
  9. 9. Personal Fabrication
  10. 10. Personal Fabrication1952CNC
  11. 11. Personal Fabrication1952CNCCAD
  12. 12. Personal Fabrication1952CNCCADG-Code
  13. 13. Personal Fabrication1952CNCCADG-Code8-3 © 2006 David E. Weisbergon a non-exclusive basis because he underestimated its market potential. One concern hehad was that it would require a hard disk or at least double-density double-sided 8-inchfloppy disks, both of which were fairly expensive at the time. The terms of thisagreement would eventually result in major disagreements between Riddle and Autodesk.More about that later.Figure 8.1Autodesk Founders(From left to right: Rudolf Kunzli, Mike Ford, Dan Drake, Mauri Laitman, Greg Lutz,David Kalish, Lars Moureau, Richard Handyside, Kern Sibbald, Hal Royaltey, DuffKurland, John Walker, Keith Marcelus)The names keep changingShortly after starting the company, Marin Software changed the name of Interactto MicroCAD. At the same time, the filing program, Cardfile, was renamed Autodesk. OnMarch 19, 1982 these two programs were shown at the 6thWest Coast Computer Faire.The company paid $1,200 for a booth at the Faire, probably the best marketinginvestment ever made by a company in the software industry. It was around this time thatAutoCAD1982
  14. 14. Personal Fabrication1952CNCCADG-Code8-3 © 2006 David E. Weisbergon a non-exclusive basis because he underestimated its market potential. One concern hehad was that it would require a hard disk or at least double-density double-sided 8-inchfloppy disks, both of which were fairly expensive at the time. The terms of thisagreement would eventually result in major disagreements between Riddle and Autodesk.More about that later.Figure 8.1Autodesk Founders(From left to right: Rudolf Kunzli, Mike Ford, Dan Drake, Mauri Laitman, Greg Lutz,David Kalish, Lars Moureau, Richard Handyside, Kern Sibbald, Hal Royaltey, DuffKurland, John Walker, Keith Marcelus)The names keep changingShortly after starting the company, Marin Software changed the name of Interactto MicroCAD. At the same time, the filing program, Cardfile, was renamed Autodesk. OnMarch 19, 1982 these two programs were shown at the 6thWest Coast Computer Faire.The company paid $1,200 for a booth at the Faire, probably the best marketinginvestment ever made by a company in the software industry. It was around this time thatAutoCADFAB LAB1982
  15. 15. Personal Fabrication1952CNCCADG-Code8-3 © 2006 David E. Weisbergon a non-exclusive basis because he underestimated its market potential. One concern hehad was that it would require a hard disk or at least double-density double-sided 8-inchfloppy disks, both of which were fairly expensive at the time. The terms of thisagreement would eventually result in major disagreements between Riddle and Autodesk.More about that later.Figure 8.1Autodesk Founders(From left to right: Rudolf Kunzli, Mike Ford, Dan Drake, Mauri Laitman, Greg Lutz,David Kalish, Lars Moureau, Richard Handyside, Kern Sibbald, Hal Royaltey, DuffKurland, John Walker, Keith Marcelus)The names keep changingShortly after starting the company, Marin Software changed the name of Interactto MicroCAD. At the same time, the filing program, Cardfile, was renamed Autodesk. OnMarch 19, 1982 these two programs were shown at the 6thWest Coast Computer Faire.The company paid $1,200 for a booth at the Faire, probably the best marketinginvestment ever made by a company in the software industry. It was around this time thatAutoCADFAB LABArduino1982
  16. 16. Personal Fabrication1952 2008CNCCADG-Code8-3 © 2006 David E. Weisbergon a non-exclusive basis because he underestimated its market potential. One concern hehad was that it would require a hard disk or at least double-density double-sided 8-inchfloppy disks, both of which were fairly expensive at the time. The terms of thisagreement would eventually result in major disagreements between Riddle and Autodesk.More about that later.Figure 8.1Autodesk Founders(From left to right: Rudolf Kunzli, Mike Ford, Dan Drake, Mauri Laitman, Greg Lutz,David Kalish, Lars Moureau, Richard Handyside, Kern Sibbald, Hal Royaltey, DuffKurland, John Walker, Keith Marcelus)The names keep changingShortly after starting the company, Marin Software changed the name of Interactto MicroCAD. At the same time, the filing program, Cardfile, was renamed Autodesk. OnMarch 19, 1982 these two programs were shown at the 6thWest Coast Computer Faire.The company paid $1,200 for a booth at the Faire, probably the best marketinginvestment ever made by a company in the software industry. It was around this time thatAutoCADFAB LABArduinoRepRap1982
  17. 17. 20122008
  18. 18. Open Source Hardware
  19. 19. Open Source Hardware
  20. 20. Open Source Hardware+
  21. 21. Open Source Hardware+
  22. 22. Open Source Hardware+$
  23. 23. Open Source Hardware+$
  24. 24. Open Source Hardware+$ ($$$)
  25. 25. Commons-basedPeer Production
  26. 26. Commons-basedPeer Production
  27. 27. Commons-basedPeer ProductionGemeingüter
  28. 28. Commons-basedPeer ProductionGemeingüterNetzwerk
  29. 29. Commons-basedPeer ProductionGemeingüterNetzwerkintrinsische Motivation
  30. 30. Auto-nomie
  31. 31. Auto-nomie Sinn
  32. 32. Auto-nomie Sinn Fairness
  33. 33. Geschäftsmodelle undWirtschaftssysteme
  34. 34. (Wirtschaftlichkeit vs.Demokratisierung)
  35. 35. Konsumgut = Design + Material
  36. 36. Konsumgut = Design + MaterialAccessoire
  37. 37. Investitionsgut = Open Design + X
  38. 38. ( )
  39. 39. Finanzierung
  40. 40. FinanzierungFreizeit
  41. 41. FinanzierungFreizeit Mäzenat
  42. 42. FinanzierungFreizeit Mäzenat CrowdFunding
  43. 43. Monetarisierung
  44. 44. MonetarisierungProduktverkaufOpen Design + industrielle Fertigung
  45. 45. MonetarisierungProduktverkaufOpen Design + industrielle FertigungDienstleistungsverkaufOpen Design + Beratung und Schulung
  46. 46. ?
  47. 47. Maker Movement II
  48. 48. Crafting“making with skill & attention to detail”
  49. 49. Crafting“making with skill & attention to detail”
  50. 50. Crafting“making with skill & attention to detail”
  51. 51. Crafting“making with skill & attention to detail”
  52. 52. Whole Earth Catalog“access to tools”
  53. 53. Whole Earth Catalog“access to tools”
  54. 54. Whole Earth Catalog“access to tools”
  55. 55. Whole Earth Catalog“access to tools”
  56. 56. PLATO“a telescopic glimpse of the future”
  57. 57. PLATO“a telescopic glimpse of the future”
  58. 58. PLATO“a telescopic glimpse of the future”
  59. 59. Bildung
  60. 60. ( )
  61. 61. ( )
  62. 62. ( )
  63. 63. Neue Autonomie?Dritte Industrielle Revolution?Kapitalismusoptimierung?Hype?
  64. 64. Neue Autonomie?Dritte Industrielle Revolution?Kapitalismusoptimierung?Hype?Bildung für das 21. Jahrhundert?
  65. 65. @wowo101strobowowo@gmail.comhttp://wolfgangwopperer.com
  66. 66. Bildquellen(außer eigenen Bildern)Slide 4: Fab Lab Luzern (http://luzern.fablab.ch/was-ist-ein-fablab)Slide 5: oya online (http://www.oya-online.de/article/read/287.html)Slide 7: Mummert-Stiftung (https://www.facebook.com/events/171173902935526/)Slide 9, 34: ciudadtijuana.info (http://ciudadtijuana.info/cdtj/2012/10/18/reconoce-wired-talento-tijuanense/)Slide 10: WIRED (http://www.wired.com/business/2011/05/democratizing-design/)Slide 11: DYSTRYBUCJONIZM.PL (http://www.dystrybucjonizm.pl/marcin-jakubowski-ekonomia-open-source-film/)Slide 12: The Noun Project (http://thenounproject.com), Ex Astris Scientia – Treknology Encyclopedia (http://www.ex-astris-scientia.org/treknology/treknology-r.htm)Slide 14: CNC Cookbook (http://www.cnccookbook.com/CCCNCMachine.htm),The Engineering Design Revolution (http://www.cadhistory.net/), softworld (http://www.softworld.com/windows/system-utilities/other/dnc4u/), Forbes.com (http://www.forbes.com/2008/08/13/diy-innovation-gershenfeld-tech-egang08-cx_ag_0813gershenfeld.html),Arduino (http://arduino.cc/en/Main/ArduinoBoardUno),Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Reprap_Darwin.jpg, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Firstpart1.jpg)Slide 15: boingboing (http://boingboing.net/2012/09/24/bre-pettis-of-makerbot-holding.html)Slide 16, 18, 27, 35, 42: Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Firstpart1.jpg)Slide 17: Wikimedia Commons (http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Official_gnu.svg),The Noun Project (http://thenounproject.com), softworld (http://www.softworld.com/windows/system-utilities/other/dnc4u/), weandx (http://www.weandx.de/free-the-future-of-a-radical-price)Slide 19, 22: The Noun Project (http://thenounproject.com)Slide 20: Antipodium (http://www.antipodium.at/?p=380&lang=de)Slide 21: tomgpalmer.com (http://tomgpalmer.com/2011/01/02/happy-101st-year-ronald-coase/)Slide 25: MakerBot Industries (http://www.makerbot.com/replicator2-press-assets/)Slide 26: Open Source Ecology (http://opensourceecology.org/gvcs.php)Slide 28: I-CIO (http://www.i-cio.com), iloveubuntu (http://www.iloveubuntu.net/mark-shuttleworth-ubuntu-software-center-and-multi-monitor-support-be-added-rigorous-daily-tests), Digital Trends (http://www.digitaltrends.com/web/the-pitfalls-and-perils-of-kickstarter/)Slide 30: recursion_see_recursion (http://www.flickr.com/photos/hawksanddoves/1423312308/), heise online (http://www.heise.de/ct/bilderstrecke/bilderstrecke_1221429.html?bild=14)Slide 31: Value Co-Creation (http://value-co-creation.blogspot.de/2010/10/open-innovation-measurement-part-2.html)Slide 32: MakerBot Industries (http://www.makerbot.com/replicator2-press-assets/)Slide 33: Open E Land (http://openeland.org/2012/08/photos-of-camp-so-far/)Slide 34: Cargo Collective (http://cargocollective.com/bagot/IBM-Business-Roundtable)Slide 38: Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artisan, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arts_and_Crafts_movement, http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bauhaus)Slide 39: tapache.wordpress.com (http://tapache.wordpress.com/2013/03/07/tme-1-2/), USA Today (http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/tech/news/story/2012-07-03/The-Well-for-sale/56001864/1),Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electronic_Frontier_Foundation)Slide 40: Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PLATO_(computer_system)), PLATO History (http://www.platohistory.org/blog/2011/03/yet-another-plato-innovation-ignored-this-time-patented-by-google.html)Slide 41: TU Dresden (http://web-redaktion.tu-dresden.de/die_tu_dresden/fakultaeten/fakultaet_sprach_literatur_und_kulturwissenschaften/klassische_philologie/homepage/Lesesaal)Slide 43: Wikimedia Commons (http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Kant5.jpg)

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