1. Openhere: 2014: Bits That Matter Panel


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    A recent article in the Economist speculates that the rise in distributed fabrication constitutes a ‘revolution’ in industrial production, in much the same way the birth of the personal computer constituted a revolution in the informational realm. The exciting possibility, for many, is that forms of online production might not only shape social or juridical processes, as has long been claimed in certain communities of digital activism, but in turn come to shape physical environments and material economies. How are innovations such as 3D printing, micro-factories and open source ecology, biology and hardware reshaping the way that we produce, consume and share material goods? And how are they helping to produce more sustainable manufacturing practices and environments? The panel provides a variety of different perspectives on open hardware, from projects in open source ecology, open hardware and open biotechnology towards more critical takes on some of the existing issues, difficulties and constraints surrounding the open hardware movement. With Denisa Kera, Cathal Garvey, Peter Hanappe, Vasilis Kostakis and Gawin Dapper. Moderated by Benjamin Tincq. Peter Hanappe: Introduction to the Peer-to-Peer Food Lab Gawin Dapper: Phonebloks Vasilis Kostakis: Design Global, Manufacture Local: The Rise of a New Productive Model Cathal Garvey: Free/Libre Agribiotech: Hack Your Own Crops Denisa Kera: Open Hardware Fantasies and Conflict-Free Minerals

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    • FABulous webinar - How to apply for the open call


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      • Netopia - 3D Printing and Intellectual Property


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        On November 13, 2013, Netopia held a seminar in Brussels to discuss 3D Printing and Intellectual Property - this is the full recording of the event. In connection with the seminar, Netopia launched a report on the topic, 3D Printing: Technology and Beyond, and did a live 3D printing demo. About Netopia: Netopia is a web publication and idea forum based in Brussels. Netopia runs the site netopia.eu, publishes reports, and arranges events with the purpose of stimulating discussion about the future of the Internet. Netopia takes its departure point in human rights and a broad perspective on society’s digital evolution. The report can be found at http://www.netopia.eu/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/3D-Printing-Technology-and-Beyond.pdf Visit us at http://www.netopia.eu

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        • Libraries Unzipped pt1


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          The first half of Libraries Unzipped on February 20, 2014 1. Using Scholars @ Dal to Help People Discover Your Research presented by Heather MacFadyen & Sarah Stevenson 2. Research Data Repository Service presented by Sarah Stevenson & Marc Comeau 3. 3D Printing presented by Marc Comeau 4. eReserves: Traditional, electronic, and by posting course lists on Bblearn presented by Johnelle Sciocchetti 5. Host Your Scholarly Journal with the Dal Libraries & OJS presented by Geoff Brown

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          • Mellon Research Initiative: Workshop on Digital Tools Part 2 of 3


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              Ukrainian Prime Minister accuses Russia of starting WWIII. Vladimir Putin retreats to the Valaam Monastery for reflection on the use of the nuclear trigger. Russian doomsday plane in the air. The Twilight language in the Russian press spells 666 in bold face print. Russian cops beat 16 year old kid to death over language. Are the captured observers genuine OSCE monitors? G7 toughens sanctions. NATO reinforces the continent. Russia downgraded. Will China squeeze the dollar out of existence? Czech General says NATO won't fight. The mysterious death of Mark Shand. Was Diana sired from a Goldsmith? BBC producer disappears on the beach in Barbados. Female French banker takes the plunge in Paris. Pope John Paul crucifix kills man. The Great Filter theory or God's reset button. Is the universe a liquid superfluid? Apple patents 3D hologram for phones. Microscopic 3D printers for your nano needs. China makes homes from 3D printer. Korean ferry severely overloaded. Ebola patented by U.S. company. Two small pharma companies researching it. Orange plagues, banana blights, California drought the Biblical starvation. Gardasil doctor says fraud. Agent Orange 40 years on. Bee pollen for health. Hollywood producer says Boston bombing a movie fake. Power grid collapse. Starbucks offshores proceeds. Obama recruits top defencs lawyer. On Conspiracy Cafe it's ANGEL'S WINGS!

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              • 3-D Printing the Rhino Model


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                Kyle Houchens, owner The Outside Digital Design http://www.theoutside.biz shows how to prepare your Rhino model for 3-D printing. He looks in detail at what it means for your model to be "watertight" and repairs numerous problems on his model that could potentially keep a part from successfully being 3-D printed or rapid proto-typed. Kyle also discusses techniques for editing the model and mesh to "creatively" fill holes and problem areas. Lesions in this video are useful to anyone who will be 3-D printing to a service or his own printer. **This video is available for STREAMING only.

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                • Introduction to Symvol for Rhino Part 1 HD


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                  The general aspects of true volume modeling and some of the unique features which Symvol for Rhino offers will be presented. The concepts include: creation of constructive relationships, dynamic modification of any aspect or feature of a model, automatic blending, always watertight Boolean operations and modeling, creation of arbitrary micro and/or cellular structures, shelling of any model, repairing, importing and converting meshes to watertight volumes, defining parameters/bookmarks, and swapping datasets and/or references on the fly. The presentation will be broken up into 2 sections: 1) an introduction to Uformia, followed by a theory and overview of Symvol for Rhino. 2) a practical tutorial on using Symvol for Rhino to dynamically model a ring.

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                  • Stratasys: A Minnesota/Israel Success Story


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                    Stratasys was founded by Scott Crump of Eden Prairie. He now serves as the Chairman of Stratasys after merging with Objet, an Israeli company, in a $1.4 billion transaction. Headquartered in Rehovot, Israel, Objet acquired Stratasys and took on the Stratasys name. Mr. David Reis is the CEO of Stratasys which keeps its global headquarters in Rehovot. Stratasys is a worldwide leader in the field of 3 dimensional printing. You will hear from the Chairman and the CEO about how Israeli technology can help to create new jobs in Minnesota. Moderated by Harlan Jacobs. Archived and edited by Allan Block, www.onlocationvideo.net

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                    • Nous àmbits d'aplicació del 3D Printing en l'àmbit de la medicina. KENNY DALGARNO


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                      A la presentació es dona una visió general de les aplicacions mèdiques de la fabricació additiva fins a dia d'avui, es descriuen la visió des de l'enginyeria i models empresarials que s'han utilitzat amb èxit. També s'esbossen les investigacions en curs i possibles aplicacions futures en l'assistència sanitària.

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