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Artistic Research on Human Plant Interfaces by Florian Weil

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My Talk at the WCOMTC : Synthetic Metamorphosis Symposium in Berlin on 28.10.2013

See also:
http://www.artconnect.com/events/festival-of-new-music-science
http://cargocollective.com/morniak/filter/mind/WCOMTC-II-2013
https://web.archive.org/web/20131103184521/http://wcomtc.bplaced.net/2013/schedule/

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Artistic Research on Human Plant Interfaces by Florian Weil

  1. 1. Artistic Research on Human Plant Interfaces Florian Weil – WCOMTC : Synthetic Metamorphosis – Berlin -28.10.2013
  2. 2. Home and apprenticeship Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/cfaobam/8172296082/
  3. 3. Bachelor Computer Science in Media http://www.flickr.com/photos/orangebrompton/4048948543/
  4. 4. R&D Prototype: Radio der Zukunft
  5. 5. Web-App Development
  6. 6. Edutainment Games
  7. 7. Ars Electronica Festival Master Programm Interface Culture http://www.flickr.com/photos/centralasian/3889394794/
  8. 8. Sense Ware Lecture by Hideakie Ogawa Japanese approach of Experience Design • Art in daily life – Practice, Entertaining, Beauty • Mitate – Flexible Translation in „Things“ – Space of imagination http://www.flickr.com/photos/shok/4951595824/
  9. 9. Crashby Dirk Skreber, Saatchi Gallery – London http://www.flickr.com/photos/54238124@N00/5998203790/
  10. 10. Generative Art by Mark Knol (www.stroep.nl)
  11. 11. Long Time Exposure Photos of Urban Landscapes by Céline Ramoni
  12. 12. Dynamics of Static Light
  13. 13. Season Patterns
  14. 14. Research on Plants for Designers • Well-being – Rehabilitation, Relaxing, Beauty, etc. • Gardening as an connection to… – People, Locations, etc. • Essential infrastructure for surviving – Food, Medicine, Protection, etc. • Main research source: – People Plant Relationship – Interaction by Design
  15. 15. Travelling Plants
  16. 16. Dream of Flying by Chiara Esposito Ars Electronica Festival, 2013 – USE AT YOUR OWN RISK
  17. 17. Plant Drone by Stephen Verstraete
  18. 18. Prototype for a New BioMachine by Ivan Henriques
  19. 19. JUREMA ACTION PLANT by Ivan Henriques Plants & Machines: http://ivanhenriques.com/re-search/naturetechnology/
  20. 20. Hello BioSensing & Biofeedback For Human Computer Interaction • Touch Interaction • Gestural Interaction Musical Interfaces Environmental Design and Installations
  21. 21. Kraft Test Drummie and Robert Plant by Cristian Martínez
  22. 22. From the hills tribute to John Cage by Cristian Martínez
  23. 23. Botanicus Interacticus: by Disney Research Lab
  24. 24. Akousmaflore by scenocosme
  25. 25. Pulsu(m) Plantae by Leslie Garcia
  26. 26. Extending Plants Biochemistry Biotechnology Bioinformatics and Genome Research Bioart
  27. 27. The Cactus Project by Laura Cinti
  28. 28. Let Plants glow! Plant glows when touched by Janet Braam Glowing Plant (on Kickstarter) by Antony Evans and others
  29. 29. Reflections • Research on Plants as an Input Channel is pretty well researched • Use of Biotechnology – Controversy (see discussion about Glowing Plant) – Complicated topics – Special Infrastructure needed
  30. 30. (Bio)ethics • Experiments with living organisms are ok? • Is a plant an automat? • Have plants a brain and do they feel pain? • Influences in our ecosystem?
  31. 31. Back to the Basics!! • Focusing on the output Channel • Focusing on Environmental Design • Focusing on Human – Human Interaction
  32. 32. By Hill Hiroki Kobayashi at Alt.CHI‘09
  33. 33. Dead Drops by Aram Bartholl
  34. 34. Output feedback-channel
  35. 35. A leaf as a speaker an experiment during a workshop by Hannah Perner-Wilson (Kobakant)
  36. 36. A leaf as a speaker with conductive ink
  37. 37. Proto Pot by Kent Wilson Motor for kinetic output
  38. 38. Plant(s) for visual feedback b) Idea of Growable Media Design by Satoshi Kuribayashi, Akira Wakita Integrating plants and digital media for Information Visualization a) Projection Mapping
  39. 39. CAMBODIAN TREES by Clement Briend
  40. 40. Spacemakers by Craig Walsh
  41. 41. Lit Tree by Kimchi and Chips
  42. 42. Growable Media Design by Satoshi Kuribayashi and Akira Wakita Monitoring • Light • Temperature • Soil (moisture and PH) • Plant size / health Interventions • Light • Water / Nutrients • Fertilizer • Poison / weed killer
  43. 43. Plant(s) for visual feedback Intervene the plant lifecycle
  44. 44. Dialog by Terike Haapoja
  45. 45. Garden of Eden by Thorsten Kiesl, Harald Moser, Timm-Oliver Wilks
  46. 46. Hydroponical Sculptures by Phill Ross
  47. 47. PlantDisplay: Turning houseplants into ambient display by Satoshi Kuribayashi and Akira Wakita
  48. 48. Anatomy of a Landscape by Terike Haapoja
  49. 49. Ongoing Projects Modular Gardening Framework Layer Design of the Framework • Monitoring • Communication (Internet of Things) • Nutrient delivery system • Planned projects: Charisma and Subbotnik Garden
  50. 50. Thank you very much! Questions? More information www.derhess.de
  51. 51. Links and References • http://kalw.org/post/biohacking-project- glowing-controversy • http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/75 1069.stm • http://www.kobakant.at/DIY/?p=3857

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