Bas van Abel, Roel Klaassen, Peter Troxler, Lucas Evers (2011) Open Design Now Why Design Cannot Remain Exclusive

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Resumen

Design is undergoing a revolution. Technology is empowering more people to create and disseminate designs, and professionals and enthusiasts are using it to share their work with the world. Open design is changing everything from furniture to how designers make a living.

Open Design Now: Why Design Cannot Remain Exclusive surveys this emerging field for the first time. Insiders including John Thackara, Droog Design’s Renny Ramakers and Bre Pettis look at what’s driving open design and where it’s going. They examine new business models and issues of copyright, sustainability and social critique. Case studies show how projects ranging from the RepRap self-replicating 3D-printer to $50 prosthetic legs are changing the world.

Open Design Now is essential reading for anyone concerned with the future of design and society.

Palabras clave

Diseño abierto, open source hardware.

Fuente

Waag Society

Enlaces

URL: http://opendesignnow.org/

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