121119THE BEGINNING OF A BEGINNING OF THE BEGINNING OF A TREND
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  • 1. THE BEGINNING OF A BEGINNING OF THE BEGINNING OF ATREND / PETER TROXLER   Marika Nakada
  • 2. If you want to make the chair morecomfortable, it s an open design.Go ahead, make it comfortable, add yournice ideas. Hack it .
  • 3. He wanted a field on the Internet in industrialdesign like graphic design and game designalready have, to boom creativity.
  • 4. PLEASE COPY.BUT IF YOU WANT TO MAKE A BUSINESS OUTOF IT, THEN CALL ME AND WE LL DISCUSSROYALTIES.IT IS MY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY,AFTER ALL; THAT S THE BOTTOM LINE.
  • 5. Open Design is based on two preconditions1  An Open Design is CAD information published online under a Creative Commons License to be downloaded, produced, copied and modified.2  An Open Design is produced directly from file by CNC machines and without special tooling.
  • 6. There are only two limitations:These modifications and derivatives must beshared under the same license, and thelicense prohibits commercial uses.
  • 7. Share the source code,Allow anybody to download,Copy and modify it without requiring anyspecial skills or toolsAs long as you follow Creative Commonslicense
  • 8. He is introducing Open Design gradually,helping companies and influencing howpeople understand what quality is, how tomake the connection between the producer,Open Design and consumers, to search thenext stage.
  • 9. He wants to put the designer firmly back inthe center of the design process.It s really about having control of creativeoutput. I have to find a way to ensure that mycreativity will not stop at the producer s frontdoor.
  • 10. Yet these early adopters are more intomaking things for the sake of making,regardless of what they create, whether it ssome mechanical toy or decoration for theirlaptop.
  • 11. Material → InformationIndustrial design → Open designProducts become Informationbecomes products