The annual planning and business meeting of the Walkingtools Laboratory (Universidade Federal de São Paulo – University of California San Diego – Universidade Mackenzie) will take place in Miami Florida 6/30/2015 to 7/3/2015. Interested government or private industry partners are invited to attend the public mixer session (no host) at Smith & Wollensky, 1 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, Florida from 3PM to 6PM on July 2nd. (7/2/2015.) Topics include, University/Government relations, Personal Satellite (or Cubesat) Policy under the International Treaty on Principles Governing the Activities of States in the Exploration and Use of Outer Space including the Moon and Other Celestial Bodies (Outer Space Treaty), 8K and 16K resolution cinema and scientific data visualization, Remote Site and Equipment Management, Remote Personal Power Generation, Remote Sensing in Failed Subdivisions, Computational Earth Systems, GIS Analytics, Paraguay, Comparative Zoning and Environmental Regulations, Lusophone Nations not party to the Outer Space Treaty, Human Wayfinding Cognition and its Implications for Abandoned Properties, Abandoned Properties in Space and on the Antarctic Continent, Platted Lands Management and Policy, Antiquated Subdivision Rezoning, and Reclaiming the Aesthetics of Subdivided Lands. This communications initiative is part of the laboratory’s outreach efforts to connect with stakeholders or others with related concerns. Walkingtools Laboratory leadership will be available for conversation and agenda development with any potentially interested partners. Ask the greeter for our location, or check with the bartender.
EDT 2.0 is proud to have been part of this exhibition organized and curated by Eduardo Navas.
The catalog has just been published as a pdf at http://remixtheory.net/
Link to post: http://remixtheory.net/?p=1113
The pdf download link can be found there!
TB Tool in San Salvador, El Salvador, 2010.
From the University of California, San Diego:
Statement Regarding Gun Geo Marker Mark 1 App Developed by UC San Diego Professor Brett Stalbaum
Like all great public research universities, UC San Diego is home to a diverse faculty with a wide range of interests and points of view. On occasion, the research or creative works developed by faculty may be quite controversial. This is especially true when a creative work takes on complex issues where the public has strong opinions. We understand and acknowledge that, at times, the public may not agree with an individual’s views or tactics. However, the university is built upon the principle of academic freedom for faculty members to direct their areas of creativity and inquiry. As a platform for innovative thought that may challenge the status quo, the university does not take positions on the political implications of its researchers’ work.University of California policies protect the academic freedom of our faculty within the confines of the law and the Faculty Code of Conduct. The University does not endorse or support the violation of any law or University policy, and we take seriously our role as a public trust. When issues arise, we conduct a prompt review of all allegations of violations of law. Each campus of the University provides training regarding responsibilities of our employees, and has established processes by which complaints regarding allegations of misuse or illegal activity are reviewed to ensure adherence to state and federal law.
Spontaneous Combustion Residency 2014
A 2-week residency in England encouraged artistic exploration between body-related practices and the digital.
Artist David Da Paz collaborated with four performance artists to produce a digital application for mobile devices.
Audiences can interact with the performances using their own phones. The artists were selected
through an open call, and offer free rehearsal space during the two weeks of the residency. This is a creative
opportunity for artists to engage with new technologies and for audiences to integrate their everyday experience of the digital in experiencing art.
The brazilian walking artist David da Paz is realizing a series of digital art works using the walkingtools platform (android and the java GUI).
David’s amazing works can be found here: http://cartografictions.blogspot.com.es/ .
David developed a project called CartografictioONs for the Residencia Artropocode / Summer of Labs 2013 – Interseccións artísticas entre corpo(s), tecnoloxía(s) e ecoloxía(s) in Spain.
Brett Stalbaum, one of the founders of the Walkingtools.net project, will be delivering a talk at the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP) on Locative Media: a survey.
The talk will be at the Brazil’s Open University Lab located at Paulista’s School of Medicine, at the heart of the city of São Paulo.
When: Oct. 15h, from 10am to 1pm
Where: UNIFESP – São Paulo
Some balanced reporting by CBS reporter Chris Ciarlo.
O aplicativo Walkingtools Gun Geo Marker permite que pais e comunidade em geral possam marcar e georeferenciar potenciais e perigosos proprietários de armas.
- O Gun Geo Marker pode ser baixado na Google Play Store.
Informações sobre o projeto podem ser acessadas aqui:
Leia também os principais artigos publicados sobre o projeto:
FOX News: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2013/07/11/gun-geo-marker-app-tries-to-locate-homes-businesses-gun-owners/
NY Post: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/owners_android_app_allows_users_0hwgjVq88Yh5GRFnc1O0MM
Gun Safety App Draws Fire
By Marc Lallanilla, Assistant EditorDate: 11 July 2013 Time: 12:18 PM ET