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Homemade Hardware_Catalysts For Change Zone of Future Innovtion

  1. 1. © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B © 2013 Institute for the Future. All rights reserved. SR-1563B March 2013 Foresight Engine Game Analysis: 25 Zones of Future Innovation © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B A project by Institute for the Future and The Rockefeller Foundation www.iftf.org/our-work/global-landscape/catalysts-for-change/catalysts-zones-of-innovation Contact: Tessa Finlev, tfinlev@iftf.org
  2. 2. © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B 11 | Homemade Hardware 2
  3. 3. © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B DIY and hacker spaces are turning people around the world into “makers” of traditionally imported and purchased goods. Hacker spaces, popping up around the world, have been providing a space for individuals to access needed tools and resources while learning from each other about new projects and techniques for building the things they want. These spaces—sometimes called maker spaces or fablabs—are accelerating the creation of locally made hardware, a big shift from more familiar software-focused creation. Inspired in part by the open-source movement, they are rooted in community, sharing, and local values. People are looking to these places as ways to regain power over consumption costs and upset the balance between producer and consumer. 3 11 | Homemade Hardware | Future Innovation © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B
  4. 4. © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B The maker trend was pushed to a new frontier when players suggested breaking down production and procurement chains in order to make space for those downstream to become viable participants in the creation of the products they buy and use. Some players imagined the potential of hacker spaces to become the locus of a new form of capacity building. 4 11 | Homemade Hardware | From the Players © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B
  5. 5. © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B 5 Current technology that works for the poor, that fits poor people's need and is locally manufactured/repaired thru local resources* Nepal** 11 | Homemade Hardware | Micro-forecasts from the Game *Cards have been lightly edited for readability. **Player location was self selected.
  6. 6. © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B 6 11 | Homemade Hardware | Micro-forecasts from the Game Use swarm innovation in local industry to enable subcontractors in manufacturing to build components in the way that is economical for them England Current technology that works for the poor, that fits poor people's need and is locally manufactured/repaired thru local resources* Nepal
  7. 7. © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B 7 Promote HackerSpaces and Hack-A-Thons in order to give everyone a chance to develop their ideas. Outstanding ones can win sponsoring. Mexico 11 | Homemade Hardware | Micro-forecasts from the Game Current technology that works for the poor, that fits poor people's need and is locally manufactured/repaired thru local resources* Nepal Use swarm innovation in local industry to enable subcontractors in manufacturing to build components in the way that is economical for them England Promote HackerSpaces and Hack-A-Thons in order to give everyone a chance to develop their ideas. Outstanding ones can win sponsoring. Mexico
  8. 8. © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B 8 11 | Homemade Hardware | Micro-forecasts from the Game Maker spaces encouraging people to build things and giving them access to otherwise too expensive tools. Finland Current technology that works for the poor, that fits poor people's need and is locally manufactured/repaired thru local resources* Nepal Use swarm innovation in local industry to enable subcontractors in manufacturing to build components in the way that is economical for them England Maker spaces encouraging people to build things and giving them access to otherwise too expensive tools. Finland Promote HackerSpaces and Hack-A-Thons in order to give everyone a chance to develop their ideas. Outstanding ones can win sponsoring. Mexico
  9. 9. © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B 9 11 | Homemade Hardware | Micro-forecasts from the Game When a product is discontinued, the company that made it should release its hardware and software as open source. Mexico Current technology that works for the poor, that fits poor people's need and is locally manufactured/repaired thru local resources* Nepal Use swarm innovation in local industry to enable subcontractors in manufacturing to build components in the way that is economical for them England Maker spaces encouraging people to build things and giving them access to otherwise too expensive tools. Finland Promote HackerSpaces and Hack-A-Thons in order to give everyone a chance to develop their ideas. Outstanding ones can win sponsoring. Mexico
  10. 10. © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B 10 11 | Homemade Hardware | Micro-forecasts from the Game Create teaching tech shops/ fablabs/hackerspace centers in Shadow city's that use materials found in megacity landfills to create new goods USA Current technology that works for the poor, that fits poor people's need and is locally manufactured/repaired thru local resources* Nepal Use swarm innovation in local industry to enable subcontractors in manufacturing to build components in the way that is economical for them England Maker spaces encouraging people to build things and giving them access to otherwise too expensive tools. Finland When a product is discontinued, the company that made it should release its hardware and software as open source. Mexico Promote HackerSpaces and Hack-A-Thons in order to give everyone a chance to develop their ideas. Outstanding ones can win sponsoring. Mexico
  11. 11. © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B 11 11 | Homemade Hardware | Micro-forecasts from the Game The picture of success should be that of a "Maker". A person who invents, who can make more with less, and extend the life of a product. Mexico Current technology that works for the poor, that fits poor people's need and is locally manufactured/repaired thru local resources* Nepal Use swarm innovation in local industry to enable subcontractors in manufacturing to build components in the way that is economical for them England Maker spaces encouraging people to build things and giving them access to otherwise too expensive tools. Finland When a product is discontinued, the company that made it should release its hardware and software as open source. Mexico Create teaching tech shops/ fablabs/hackerspace centers in Shadow city's that use materials found in megacity landfills to create new goods USA Promote HackerSpaces and Hack-A-Thons in order to give everyone a chance to develop their ideas. Outstanding ones can win sponsoring. Mexico
  12. 12. © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B 12 11 | Homemade Hardware | Micro-forecasts from the Game Current technology that works for the poor, that fits poor people's need and is locally manufactured/repaired thru local resources* Nepal Use swarm innovation in local industry to enable subcontractors in manufacturing to build components in the way that is economical for them England Maker spaces encouraging people to build things and giving them access to otherwise too expensive tools. Finland When a product is discontinued, the company that made it should release its hardware and software as open source. Mexico The picture of success should be that of a "Maker". A person who invents, who can make more with less, and extend the life of a product. Mexico Create teaching tech shops/ fablabs/hackerspace centers in Shadow city's that use materials found in megacity landfills to create new goods USA Promote HackerSpaces and Hack-A-Thons in order to give everyone a chance to develop their ideas. Outstanding ones can win sponsoring. Mexico
  13. 13. © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B Signals from the Present 13 11 | Homemade Hardware
  14. 14. © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B 14 re:char’s shop-in-a-box facilities are off-the-grid, open-source factories built from 20-foot shipping containers that produce biochar kilns along with other biochar technology. Fikra Space Fikra Space is Iraq’s first hacker space. Launched in October 2012, Fikra Space provides tools, knowledge, and a collaborative spirit to help local community members become part of the local maker movement. 11 | Homemade Hardware | Signals from the Present re:char Image Source: www.facebook.com/FikraSpace Image Source: www.re-char.com/shop-in-a-box
  15. 15. © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B 15 Maker Faire Africa 2012 showcased a urine-powered generator created by female secondary school students in Nigeria. Maker Space Library A Westport, Connecticut library has turned itself into a maker space, attempting to evolve with the times and maintain a pivotal role in community development. 11 | Homemade Hardware | Signals from the Present Maker Faire Africa Image Source: www.shareable.net/blog/everyone%E2%80%99s-a-maker-at-this- library-maker-spaceImage Source: makerfaireafrica.com/2012/11/06/a-urine-powered-generator
  16. 16. © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B © 2013 Institute for the Future. All rights reserved. SR-1563B March 2013 Foresight Engine Game Analysis: 25 Zones of Future Innovation © 2013 Institute for the Future for Rockefeller Foundation. All rights reserved. SR-1563B A project by Institute for the Future and The Rockefeller Foundation www.iftf.org/our-work/global-landscape/catalysts-for-change/catalysts-zones-of-innovation Contact: Tessa Finlev, tfinlev@iftf.org

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