Sebastian Campion

Open (Source) Design

by: Sebastian Campion

Israeli product designer Ronen Kadushin has created a product line called "Open Design', which aims to close the creative gap between product design and other fields, such as music, graphic design, animation and photography that are traditionally more connected to political, social and economic flows and issues.

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Anti Bad-Media-Moral Campaign

by: Sebastian Campion

Last year the Swedish Social Ministry launched a web, print and video campaign called Flicka (girl) that attacks the moral of mass media.

Under pressure by the media's beauty ideals, and the aim of the public campaign is to educate young girls about the techniques and effects of advertising and thus help them to think critically.

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IKEA world

by: Sebastian Campion

Swedish furniture retailer IKEA and construction-firm Skanska has teamed up and launched a series of attractive apartment buildings throughout Scandinavia.

The BoKlok (literally: LiveSmart) apartments have been specifically developed for average-income families and are highly flexible and easy to decorate.

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Smart Library

by: Sebastian Campion

A Danish Library has tagged its entire media collection (+300.000) with RIFD stickers in place of barcodes.

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Smart Wearables and Health

by: Sebastian Campion

An article on Businessweek.com tells about the latest generation of smart wearable garments, specifically in relation to health-related applications.

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Hello,

by: Sebastian Campion

Although, the website hellomrpresident.com looks to be deserted, it still contains bits of documentation of the interactive laser hack performed at the World Economic Forum's annual conference in Davos, Switzerland in 2001.

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Activist Games for Kids

by: Sebastian Campion

As a way of engaging a younger audience in its activities, Greenpeace is devoting a section of its site to educational and politically loaded games.

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Reflective Building

by: Sebastian Campion

Galleria Hall is a Department Store in Seoul which in September 2004 had a façade-lift done by Dutch architects UN-Studio.

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Frequency 1550: mobile educational game

by: Sebastian Campion

In collaboration with a local school, The Waag Society in Amsterdam has developed a concept for a 'mobile learning game'.

The game is designed for students in the age of 11-12 and employ mobile phones and GPS-technology to examine whether it's possible to provide an educational location-based experience.

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(in)Visible Food

by: Sebastian Campion

The VisibleFood project is a website and database created to give researchers as well as potential consumers an overview of political and environmental issues related to certain food products.

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