Matt Jones: The Robot-Readable World (Webdagene 2011)

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Matt Jones: The Robot-Readable World (Webdagene 2011)

  1. 1. Hello.
  2. 2. I am the person stopping you having beer.
  3. 3. What isBERG?We are a studio of designers and technologists working togetherto invent products and strategy.We produce our own products and also invent and design productsand services for big companies like Bonnier, Dentsu & the BBC.We are 6 years old and there are 13 of us based in London.
  4. 4. Here & There
  5. 5. http://getsvk.com
  6. 6. http://getsvk.com
  7. 7. http://getsvk.com
  8. 8. Surface.
  9. 9. Systems.
  10. 10. SurfaceSystems
  11. 11. ApplicationPresentationSessionTransportNetworkData LinkPhysicalShenzen
  12. 12. NOW.
  13. 13. “Lying about thefuture makes history.”
  14. 14. say thatdesignerssolveproblems.They do thatof course, butso dodentists.Design isabout makingculture.”
  15. 15. FUTURE(Shadows).
  16. 16. FUTURE(Shadows).
  17. 17. Erm.
  18. 18. FUTURE(Shadows).
  19. 19. THE FUTURE IS POPPINS.
  20. 20. Where We Are.
  21. 21. Where We Are Is Pretty WeirdAlready.
  22. 22. “We can write it, but we can’t read it”Kevin Slavin, Lift 2011
  23. 23. Robot-Readable World DOPPLR DOPPLR DOPPLR
  24. 24. “[our] planetary electronicmembrane is alreadycomparable to the complexityof a human brain. It has threebillion artificial eyes (phoneand webcams) plugged in, itprocesses keyword searches atthe humming rate of 14kilohertz (a barely audiblehigh-pitched whine), and it isso large a contraption that itnow consumes 5 percent ofthe world’s electricity. Whencomputer scientists dissectthe massive rivers of trafficflowing through it, they cannotaccount for the source of allthe bits.”- Kevin Kelly, “What TechnologyWants”
  25. 25. Fractional horsepowermotor
  26. 26. Argos-o-mancy.
  27. 27. Big Maths = Cheap
  28. 28. £1.19Big Maths = Cheap
  29. 29. Robot-Readable World DOPPLR DOPPLR DOPPLR
  30. 30. Fractional ArtificialIntelligence + Cheap Maths+ Cameras = RRW
  31. 31. =
  32. 32. DOPPLR DOPPLR “House of Cards” by Radiohead Aaron Koblin, James Frost et al.DOPPLR
  33. 33. Greg Borenstein: “Making thingsSee”
  34. 34. “Sensor-VernaculaImage by JamesGeorge / Flightphase
  35. 35. FaceOSC by Kyle MacDonald
  36. 36. Playful Panopticon
  37. 37. Playful Panopticon
  38. 38. Robot-Readable World DOPPLR DOPPLR DOPPLR
  39. 39. Dawkins.“Living in the middle”
  40. 40. The UltraViolet Garden: Richard DOPPLR DOPPLR DOPPLR
  41. 41. Robot-Readable World DOPPLR DOPPLR DOPPLR
  42. 42. DOPPLR DOPPLRDOPPLR
  43. 43. “Living in the middle” DOPPLR DOPPLR DOPPLR
  44. 44. “Living in the middle” DOPPLR DOPPLR DOPPLR
  45. 45. Oh hey! Computery-Stuff!
  46. 46. Picture by ChrisHeathcote Oh hey! Computery- Stuff!
  47. 47. Oh hey! Computery-
  48. 48. Picture by BenBashford
  49. 49. “With Robots” by Diego Trujillo-Pisanty
  50. 50. “With Robots” by Diego Trujillo-Pisanty
  51. 51. Thorunn Arnadottir
  52. 52. Moore’s Law
  53. 53. Maya Lotan’s ‘Urbanseeder’ Project (2004)
  54. 54. “Antiflage”
  55. 55. “High Arctic” by UVA, commissioned by National MaritimeMuseum, London
  56. 56. “High Arctic” by UVA, commissioned by National MaritimeMuseum, London
  57. 57. “Antiflage”
  58. 58. “Antiflage”
  59. 59. Colour throughStructure
  60. 60. Colour throughStructure
  61. 61. “Living in themiddle”
  62. 62. “Living in the middle”: Suwappu for DentsuLondon DOPPLR DOPPLRDOPPLR
  63. 63. “Living in the middle”: Suwappu for DentsuLondon
  64. 64. Suwappu © DentsuLondon
  65. 65. “The world is going to getmagical and strange, andpeople will be confusedand fearful. Designers haveto do what they do best,helping people tounderstand the world andthe way they live in it - andmake the tools that peoplecan use to shape their ownlives” Heathcot
  66. 66. Living in the middle will be weird &fun...
  67. 67. THE FUTURE IS POPPINS.
  68. 68. thanks#robotreadableworld @moleitau @berglondon

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