I just returned from the IxD Bauhaus event for which I was invited as a speaker.
The event was an amazing experience with a crowd of about 200+ designers, developers, students and other creative minds from the Pacific Northwest all gathered together to discuss an important revolution. I was humbled that the seed for thought was planted by the article I wrote on Johnny Holland called ‘The IxD Bauhaus – What Happens Next?’. For this massive honor, I have Mike Kruzeniski (Windows Phone), Vicky Teinaki (Johnny Holland) and my colleagues at Ergonomidesign to thank.
The poster from the IxD Bauhaus event -
My slides from the IxD Bauhaus Event are embedded below -
“The Institute for Digital Biology researches next steps in the evolution of the internet, where websites and services develop into living creatures.”
This scenario lives in the mind of Walewijn den Boer, graduated from KABK in 2010.
During the exhibition, visitors were able to feed a colony of microscopical pop-up creatures, save Chinese websites from a pageview-shortage, preserve an Amazone tribe from extinction by subscribing to its homepage and view a short documentary on how the living internet established itself
Got this as an amazing Christmas gift from Dennis and Chrystyna!
I have a refrigerator. It’s not ordinary one. It has my app-board attached to it. I move them around to the different places where I need them and use them. I can dispose of them, synch them together (by touching), and a lot of other cool things. Someday in the near future…
Many interesting points raised here. Very inspiring talk on a subject I have been working alot on lately. There’s so much here that we haven’t explored in our Medica Helping Hands concept at Ergonomidesign. And so much that we’ve addressed in the concept that hasnt been thought of or demonstrated by anyone yet. The field is wide open!