Open Knowledge Finland meetup: Open Design (28/01/12, Aalto Media Factory)


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Open Knowledge Finland meetup: Open Design (28/01/12, Aalto Media Factory)

  1. 1. Open Knowledge:Open DesignMassimo MenichinelliAalto Media Factory 28.01.2012massimo.menichinelli@aalto.f Aalto Media Factory@openp2pdesign Helsinki
  2. 2. Today:* Status of Open Design* Kinds of Open Design* A project* Many more projects!
  3. 3. 01.Open Design: the story, so far
  4. 4. Open Source / Free Software
  5. 5. Web 2.0 and DesignSource:
  6. 6. Crowdsourcing and Design Source:
  7. 7. And hybrid models... like OpenIDEO Crowdsourcing 50% + Web 2.0 30% + Open Source 20% Source:
  8. 8. And then Open Design: Thinkcycle Source: (now closed)
  9. 9. Open Health (RED - Design Council) Source: (now inactive)
  10. 10. Ronen KadushinSource:
  11. 11. InstructablesSource:
  12. 12. OpenMoko: a completely open product Source:
  13. 13. OpenMoko: a completely open product Source:
  14. 14. OpenMoko: a completely open product Source:
  15. 15. Makerbot: compiling Open Design Source:
  16. 16. Thingiverse: Open Design and 3D printing Source:
  17. 17. BugLabs (Open Hardware, Software, Design) Source:
  18. 18. BugLabs + FordSource:
  19. 19. Unlimited Design Contest Source:
  20. 20. Open Design: going mainstream (US - UK) Source:
  21. 21. Open Design: going mainstream (NL) Source:
  22. 22. Open Design: going mainstream ($$$) Source:
  23. 23. Open Design: going mainstream ($$$) Source:
  24. 24. 3D Systems “opens” Freedom of CreationSource:
  25. 25. 02.Open Design: many kinds!
  26. 26. Open Web / Graphic Design Source:
  27. 27. Open Product DesignSource:
  28. 28. Open Fashion Design Source:
  29. 29. Open Movie + Game Design Source:
  30. 30. Open Type Design: Gentium ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz ÈÉÊËĒĔĖĘĚȄȨȆḔḖḘḚḜẸẺẼỀẾỂỄỆèéêěèéêëēĕėęěȅȩȇḕḕḗḗḙḛḝẹẻẽềếểễềếểễo̊őo̍o̖o̗o̘o̙o̜o̹o̝o̞o̟o̠ọo̤o̥o̦o̧ǫo̩o̪o̫o̬o̭o̮o̯o̰o̱o̼ȏo̒o̓ “‹«.:?!©*¶§&/(‖)[¦]{|}€†‡@®™¿¡;,»›”¤¢$£€¥₡₢₣₤#01234567891⁄41⁄23⁄4%₦₧₨₭₮₯Source:
  31. 31. Open Type Design: SIL Open Font License Source:
  32. 32. Open Type Design: SIL Open Font License Source:
  33. 33. Open ArchitectureSource:
  34. 34. Open Interior Design Source:
  35. 35. Open Service Design?Source:
  36. 36. Open Design: is it software? Source:
  37. 37. Open Design: software or process? Source:
  38. 38. Open Design: process or data? Source:
  39. 39. 03.Open Design: a definition?
  40. 40. The Open Design Definition, V. 0.2 Source:
  41. 41. A generic definition Open design is a project published with a license that facilitates its sharing and that can be “compiled” or “manufactured” locally.Open Design refers to every kind of design projects that can be shared in a digital format over a network.
  42. 42. Open Design Manifesto (Ronen Kadushin)Open Design method consists of two preconditions:1. An Open Design is CAD information published online undera Creative Commons license to be downloaded, produced,copied and modifed.2. An Open Design product is produced directly from fle byCNC machines and without special tooling. Source:
  43. 43. Open Design (Wikipedia)Open design is the development of physical products,machines and systems through use of publicly shared designinformation. The process is generally facilitated by the Internetand often performed without monetary compensation. Thegoals and philosophy are identical to that of the open sourcemovement, but are implemented for the development ofphysical products rather than software. Source:
  44. 44. Open Hardware Definition 1.0[...]Open Source Hardware (OSHW) is a term for tangible artifacts --machines, devices, or other physical things -- whose design has beenreleased to the public in such a way that anyone can make, modify,distribute, and use those things. This defnition is intended to helpprovide guidelines for the development and evaluation of licensesfor Open Source Hardware.Hardware is different from software in that physical resources mustalways be committed for the creation of physical goods.[...] Source:
  45. 45. Hardware definition Source:
  46. 46. Open Hardware Definition 1.0[...]Under U.S. law, and law in many other places, copyright does notapply to electronic designs. Patents do. The result is that an OpenHardware license can in general be used to restrict the plans but notthe manufactured devices or even restatements of the same designthat are not textual copies of the original.[...] Source:
  47. 47. Design? A generic definition Source:
  48. 48. Design? A generic definition“design is to design a design to produce a design” Heskett, J. (2005). Design: a very short introduction. Oxford University Press.
  49. 49. And what about product hacking? Source:
  50. 50. What about an Open definition? Source:
  51. 51. What about doing it together?Open Knowledge Foundation:● Mailing list / wiki / website● overview of the defnition and of its qualityAalto Media Factory:● facilitation of the discussion● research & content● online / offline events… and you of course! :-)
  52. 52. 04.Open Design:projects for the next months?
  53. 53. Any projects about Open Design?● For improving Open Design● For improving Open Design in Helsinki / FinlandA defnition of Open Design could be a project, for example! :-)Suggestions: ● Camp Pixelache in May 2012 (Open Design section) ● Open Knowledge Festival, 17-22 September 2012
  54. 54. Thank you!!Massimo MenichinelliAalto Media Factory 28.01.2012massimo.menichinelli@aalto.f Aalto Media Factory@openp2pdesign Helsinki