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5 Unit 2: Human to Machine

Web Lab is made of up 5 Chrome Experiment installations that bring the extraordinary workings of the internet to life and aims to inspire the world about the possibilities of the web.

The installations make up a year-long public exhibition at the Science Museum, London and can be interacted with by anyone, anywhere at chromeweblab.com.

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From Dutch studio ‘THEY’. It uses social media apps like four-square and Facebook to try and predict where big groups of people will be.

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This is really cool. A series of tablets that are designed to be interacted with by elderly people. What I think is really interesting is how it boils down the essentials of the action – for example, to print something from a ‘tablet’ you just slide it into a printer. It removes any deeper use of the tool but it also does something interesting by reducing the object’s function to a single gesture.


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Freddie Yauner, Signs of Life animated exit sign (2007-2009). When no motion is detected, the figure watches TV or takes a nap.

New show at MoMA titled Applied Design.

From The New York Times

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This is really useful. It eliminates the need for interacting with eggs? We should build one to use in studio!
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Egg bot

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  1. John says:

    Wow, Claire, amazing find. Thanks!

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