Lonneke Theelen - Mediamatic on Wed, 26 Jul 2006 12:07:30 +0200 (CEST)
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[Nettime-nl] Mediamatic workshop: RFID and the Internet of Things
Upcoming workshop: RFID and The Internet of Things
11, 12, 13 September 2006
@ Mediamatic Amsterdam
After a succesfull CrashCourse in May, Mediamatic now presents a
second workshop on RFID and The Internet of Things.
RFID allows for the unique identification of objects, and any kind of
online data can be linked to these unique ID's. If RFID becomes an
open web-based platform, and users can tag, share, and contribute
content to the digital existence of their own places and objects, we
can truly speak of an Internet of Things. This opens perpectives for
new sustainability scenario's, for new relations between people and
the stuff they have, and for other locative applications.
The participants of this workshop will develop critical, utopian or
nightmarish concepts for an Internet of Things in a hands-on way.
Ideas can range from scripts for small new rituals to outlines of
societal changes of epic scale. Prototypes can be tested with the
workshop tools The Symbolic Table or the Nokia3220 phone with RFID
The workshop has room for 16 designers, artists, thinkers and makers.
Participation fee is €350 per person, ex BTW. Lunches, technical
equipment and assistance are included. If you want to participate in
this workshop, please register at our online registration form:
For questions or more information, surf to http://www.mediamatic.net/
mail to email@example.com, or call Klaas Kuitenbrouwer: +31 20
Logistic workshop coordinator
[T] +31 (0) 20 638 99 01
[F] +31 (0) 20 638 79 69
Post CS building
5th floor south
1011 AD Amsterdam
P.O. Box 17490
1001 JL Amsterdam
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