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Open Architecture Manifesto: Written by a Robot

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Nov 08, 2012 01:02 AM
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by Cori Magee last modified Nov 07, 2012

(Please visit the site to view this video) We're going extra modern today, guys. We're talking robots. This movie demonstrates how a printer updates a copy of the Open Source Architecture Manifesto Wikipedia entry . It's written on a wall in the entrance to the Adhocracy exhibition at the Istanbul Design Biennial. Italian studio Carlo Ratti Associatti wrote the manifesto for open source architecture and decided to start a Wikipedia page so it could be continually updated by the online community. The robot (vertical plotter) writes, erases and rewrites sections of the manifesto onto a whiteboard as it receives changing information from the Wikipedia page. Pretty cool, right? Images: Dezeen





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