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  • 1. my name is Haruka Aramaki, master degree and studying at Yamanaka lab in SFC. my favorite material is a grass. I like something clearly very much. I’m interested in some of tools and recognition.2012年11月28日水曜日
  • 2. INTRODUCTION Open design Now! Design(er) strategy (Ambient media design)2012年11月28日水曜日
  • 3. Possibilitarian Realitarian2012年11月28日水曜日
  • 4. Possibilitarian • See new opportunities in disruption. • “the future cannnot be predicted, but futures can be invented” -Denis Gabor Denis Gabor I think that I want to be like them.2012年11月28日水曜日
  • 5. Realitarians • operating within a give framework • according to the rules • following to the powers • fearful of disruption2012年11月28日水曜日
  • 6. possibilitarians in Open Design • engage as a process • be inclusive , involve others, build bridges opposite positions • represent SHARING (this is the core of Open Design)2012年11月28日水曜日
  • 7. realitarians in Open Design • with fear and mistrust • fretwork artist ← laser cutter  this happen revive the Luddite • Creative Commons Machine Tracing(1812) • fear of creating ugly product and amateur2012年11月28日水曜日
  • 8. Open Design • similar developments with first PCs • we can use desktop publishing • DIY / housing market • big influence is ”Internet”2012年11月28日水曜日
  • 9. Open Design • information and communication technology are roots • combination of technical and social skills. making and science • these two fields are far too disconnected. ex.hyper-craft2012年11月28日水曜日
  • 10. Education in Dutch instructables restaurant hotel and catering education and design education. create furniture based on blueprints. http://instructablesrestaurant.com/2012年11月28日水曜日
  • 11. agenda Open Design • possibilitarian movements • effect of open information2012年11月28日水曜日
  • 12. Open Design • mass production → small production2012年11月28日水曜日
  • 13. Disrupting these macro-political movements that privatize the commons or control access to the public domain is the major challenge for open design. An effective response to that challenge starts with understanding and reflecting on what we are doing when we make things.2012年11月28日水曜日