1. Blogger, researcher, artist, coder, architect…how would you describe and define your job and your projects?
“I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.” ― Albert Einstein.
It’s hard for me to describe and define myself and my activity, especially in the last years. I would consider myself as a modern explorer, a person who really likes to imagine future possibilities (from science to philosophy, from art to biology) and to connect the acquired dots on a map (resources, people, skills, technologies, tools) to design new potential trajectories.
Background : DATA BABY by IBM
Mercredi soir, le 15 mai, une grande partie de l”èquipe de HDA était au vernissage de l”exposition “Traces de Peter Rice” alors que une autre partie intervenait à l”espace de coworking La Cantine dans le cadre de la Future Architecture Night. Ci-dessous on partage les supports de présentation que nous avons utilisé pour la mini-conference titré Architecture parametrique «The process is the product”.
This post is the last of four posts about Participatory Sensing (projects and research) that we have been publishing weekly on Fridays in January.
In this post I’m introducing the Air Quality Egg project which is currently in process. It is designed for measuring air quality levels and it is being developed collaboratively in an open process by people all around the world.
This post is the third of four posts about Participatory Sensing (projects and research) that we are publishing weekly on Fridays.
In this post I’m introducing two participatory sensing projects designed for measuring air quality levels and developed from different motivations and contexts.
photo credit: Anna Lee
license: BY-NC-ND 2.0
We’ve found via @digitag this interesting article on WIRED SCIENCE about the Alan Turing’s work on patterns in nature.