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After Money

If you change the representation of value, does it change the values that you can represent?

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AfterMoney

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Biomorphis Architects – Architects for ‘Data Pipe Dreams’

Collaboration, Design and Build of the Design Informatics Pavilion

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Bitbarista

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Capturing the Connections

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Chatty Factories

Our vision for the manufacturing factory of the future is to embrace the rapid growth of Internet-connected products via embedded sensors producing massive volumes of data, and transform these traditionally discrete activities into one seamless process that is capable of real-time continuous product refinement.

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Connected High Street

This timely project explores the potential for reconfiguring the traditional organisation of customer, salesperson, cash register, tangible things and database, allowing shops ‘stacks’ of both immaterial and material processes to share data that will improve social and economic conditions.

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Crossing Borders as part of FuturePlay Festival Edinburgh

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Data Pipe Dreams: Glimpses of a Near Future

Glimpses of a Near Future

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HAT

HAT is a £1.2m multi-disciplinary project funded by the Research Council’s UK Digital Economy Programme. It involves a team of 16 researchers from the domains of Economics, Business, Computing and the Arts across six UK universities of Cambridge, Edinburgh, Exeter, Nottingham, Warwick and the West of England

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Internet of Second Hand Things

Adopting more sustainable patterns of consumption offers positive outcomes for improving personal wellbeing, minimising resource depletion and meeting environmental targets.

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IoT in the Home: Writing and Acting the Future of Autonomous Energy Devices

Focus group

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Research Seminar: Gilad Rosner

Gilad Rosner, Internet of Things Privacy Forum

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Smart Transactions in Public Spaces

From communicating with loved ones to organising our finances, IoT technology enables us to perform an increasingly wide range of tasks on the move, and in a variety of public spaces.

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The Ethnobot

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ThingTank

As objects around us begin to collect data and make suggestions about what might be desirable, it is possible that they may even be able to design things that we could never think of. Project Thing Tank is doing design research on these possibilities.

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