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Hiroshi ISHII
A visionary ▷ Painted Bits ▶ Tangible Bits ▶ Radical Atoms:
A visionary ▷ Painted Bits ▶ Tangible Bits ▶ Radical Atoms:
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musicBottles Ars Electronica 2016 Edition at #RadicalAtoms Exhibition in +Ars Electronica Center in Linz, Austria.
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【励起原子@TEDxTokyo】#TEDxTokyo 2016 talk video on Radical Atoms: Beyond the "Pixel Empire" on October 22 in BMW Group Tokyo Bay Centre in Odaiba.
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【菌賞受賞】#bioLogic team | Tangible Media Group | +MIT Media Lab received the Fast Co.Design 2016 Innovation By Design Award in New York last night (11/3). #FCNY16
Congrats to the team!!! +Lining Yao, Wen Wang, Guanyun Wang, +Helene Steiner, Chin-Yi Cheng, +jifei ou, +Oksana Anilionyte & +Hiroshi ISHII.
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2016-09-09 Ars Electronica Radical Atoms Symposium Keynote Slides
"Radical Atoms: Beyond "Pixel Empire" by +Hiroshi ISHII | Tangible Media Group | +MIT Media Lab at Post City in Linz on September 9th, 2016. +Ars Electronica Festival 2016: #RadicalAtoms and the alchemists of our time
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2016-09-04/12 Uniquitous #RadicalAtoms in Linz, +Ars Electronica +MIT Media Lab #TMG

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【自由原子】Getting ready for #RadicalAtoms exhibits at +Ars Electronica Center. Tangible Media Group | +MIT Media Lab is working day & night to install one dozen projects.

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【自由原子】#RadicalAtoms Symposium starts on Sep. 9th in +Ars Electronica Festival 2016: Radical Atoms and the alchemists of our time. I and #TangibleMedia Group | +MIT Media Lab will present the evolution from #TangibleBits toward #RadicalAtoms. Please join us at the Symposium @ PostCity and #RadicalAtoms Exhibition @ +Ars Electronica Center 2F.

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Thanks to Alan Kay and Infosys for inviting me to this amazing event #infosysconfluence in San Francisco! I presented #RadicalAtoms at the "Future of Making" session with Bran Ferren, moderated by Alan Kay. Great honor!
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Future of Making – Panel discussion with Bran Ferren, Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer, Applied Minds LLC and Professor Hiroshi Ishii, MIT Media Lab, moderated by Alan Kay.
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2016-04-28 Infosys Confluence 2016 in San Francisco
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【自由原子】 +Ars Electronica Festival 2016
"RADICAL ATOMS and the alchemists of our time"
"While the world still has its hands full dealing with the Digital Revolution and the cultural and social transformations and challenges that it’s brought about, a young generation of scientists and creative engineers has set a course for new frontiers and is already at work amalgamating the disembodied world of digital data with the physical world of our bodies.
They’re interconnecting bits and atoms in elementary form, fabricating new high-tech materials from natural substances. They’re teaming up with artists and designers, employing the neurosciences and biotechnology, digital hardware & software, and bringing together old handicrafts traditions with 3-D printers and laser cutters.
With their unorthodox approaches and highly inspiring projects, they’re not only blazing trails for new developments; they’re also opening up completely new ways of looking at the role of science in our society and the interplay of technology and nature.
In close cooperation with Prof. +Hiroshi ISHII of +MIT Media Lab, the 2016 Ars Electronica Festival 2016: Radical Atoms and the alchemists of our time will be focusing on this field, one that’s fascinating and challenging for art, technology and society in equal measure.
With his Tangible Media Group at the MIT Media Lab, Ishii has done pioneering work on the human-machine interface and thereby made a name for himself worldwide. His first high-profile appearance at Ars Electronica was in 1997. In the meantime, he and the staff of his lab have launched Radical Atoms, the next step in interlinking the digital and physical domains, and thus broaching a realm that goes far beyond the idea of an internet of things. The spectacular prototypes that have emerged from his lab are already milestones along the course of this new development."
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