On New Year’s Eve, "The Light", the first-ever nightclub in Las Vegas(Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino), launched new designs by renowned Fashion-Tech Designer Anouk Wipprecht as a celebratory crowd rang in 2014.
as a new year dawns, super/collider will be exploring crystal cities and biological fashion in a series of workshops at Selfridges as part of their upcoming Festival of Imagination – giving you the chance to get hands-on with two forward-thinking ...
Hace algunos meses les presentamos los 10 Productos Sustentables para la Construcción del Futuro -finalistas de la competencia Cradle to Cradle Product Innovation Challenge-, de los cuales uno de sus tres ganadores fue bioMasion, un método de cultivo …
I am compiling all of my work on Sullivan’s plates here with the most recent addition at the top. Plate 6 September 9, 2012: In progress… Plate 5 May 15, 2012: Finished but needs to be scanned… Plate 4 March 18, 2011 This plate took 8 months.
Nervous System is a design studio that works at the intersection of science, art, and technology. We create using a novel process that employs computer simulation to generate designs and digital fabrication to realize products.
When technologies converge from rapidly fermenting disciplines like biology, information science and nanotech, the results become hard to predict. Singularities can emerge that create outcomes we cannot always anticipate.
amleto picerno 's insight:
From the essay of Rachel Amstrong about her work at AVATAR (Advanced Virtual and Technological Architectural Research) "....a range of lifelike emerging new (meta) technologies pose very different opportunities and challenges to machines (Myers and Antonelli, 2012) and work in ways that are much more like ‘life’. They possess resilience, environmental sensitivity, and adaptability, are able to deal with unpredictable events (within limits) and possess the capacity for surprise. Ultimately such convergent technologies may be able to evolve. They can and should reshape how we think about how to do the things we take for granted – so that the performance of our living spaces is not always measured in terms of mechanical efficiencies, but may relate to the qualities of experience such as, potency, or fertility."