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Misbehavioural objects
welcome!
ENSADLABs DIIP + SOCIABLE MEDIA with MIT...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
Misbehavioural objects
The Workshop “The Misbehavior of Animated Objects...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
practicalities
Breaks, 10:15-10:45, 12:00-13:00, 15:00-15:30
Studios rec...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
share your experience
Twitter #tei2014 + #misbehaviours
Workshop documen...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
schedule
09:00
10:15
10:45
12:00
13:00
15:00
15:30
16:30
18:00
20:30
1. I...
nıs·behavıøural objects
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
Ensadlab, 7 research labs in Ensad, Paris,
Ensad...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
self-introduction
First/last name
Where do you work/study
Main area of i...
nıs·behavıøural objects
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
self-introduction
table 1
Emeline, stimulate/fac...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
We aim for research through action.
“Instead of being extensible and ver...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
Please write down on a post-it your definition of
a misbehaviour in less ...
nıs·behavıøural objects
OUR DESIGN SPACE
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
How far have we been since our start
in october 2013?
We aimed at conver...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
What if a everyday object was made of radical
atoms?
introduction
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
introduction
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
What if an everyday object was made of radical
atoms?
These objects coul...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
What if an everyday object was made of radical
atoms?
These objects coul...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
introduction
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
A.
B.
c.
d.
1. initiating interaction
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
We aim at exploring the design of interactions
from an alternative plaus...
CONTEXT
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
What if an object’s misbehaviour was a route to
project an autonomy?
• H...
PROBLEMATICS
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
• What is a (mis)behavioural object?
• What are the means t...
PROBLEMATICS
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
PROBLEMATICS
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
1.INITIATE INTERACTIONS
2.NURTURE RELATIONSHIPS
1. INITIATING INTERACTION
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
2.NURTURE RELATIONSHIPS
1.INITIATE INTERACTIONS
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
Hypothesis: the movement as a mean for
objects to express their characte...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
BENJAMIN CHANG, SILVIA RUZANKA, DIMITRY STRAKOVSKY, (IN)SECURITY CAMERA,...
nıs·behavıøural objects
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
MALFUNCTION
OR
UNEXPECTED
FUNCTION
WHAT IF AN OB...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
PRESUPPOSED
FUNCTION
› CAN NOT DO
› DO WRONG-
OR
› DO ELSE---.
1. initia...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
› CAN NOT DO
› DO WRONG-
OR
› DO ELSE---.
= MISBEHAVIOUR
PRESUPPOSED
FUN...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
VIA: OUR BOTTOM-UP INVESTIGATIONS
(FUNCTIONNAL)
(SOCIAL)
1. initiating i...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
MIS/BEHAVIOURS
“CHARACTER”
–
MOOD
INTENTION
–
MOTIVATION
MOVEMENTS
–
CHO...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
MISBEHAVIOURS
SHY
AVOIDING
STARING
INTO FACES
LONG & SLOW,
EASE OUT,
SHA...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
MISBEHAVIOURS
SHY
AVOIDING
STARING
INTO FACES
LONG & SLOW,
EASE OUT,
SHA...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
MISBEHAVIOURS
SHY
AVOIDING
STARING
INTO FACES
LONG & SLOW,
EASE OUT,
SHA...
nıs·behavıøural objects
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
1. initiating interaction
thinking in progress…
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
MIS/BEHAVIOURS
“CHARACTER”
–
MOOD
INTENTION
–
MOTIVATION
MOVEMENTS
–
CHO...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
MIS/BEHAVIOURS
“CHARACTER”
–
MOOD
INTENTION
–
MOTIVATION
MOVEMENTS
–
CHO...
nıs·behavıøural objects
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
MIS/BEHAVIOURS
“CHARACTER”
–
MOOD
INTENTION
–
MO...
nıs·behavıøural objects
LOOKING BACK INTO
ART/DESIGN HISTORY
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTS IN ART AND DESIGN
“The electric things have their li...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTS IN ART AND DESIGN
“The electric things have their li...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
looking back into art/design history
BRUNO MUNARI Macchina inutile, 1953...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
looking back into art/design history
HANS HAACKE, Blue Sail, 1964–65
CYB...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
looking back into art/design history
NICOLAS SCHOEFFER, CYSP 1, 1956
EDW...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
looking back into art/design history
ROBERT BREER, Floats, 1970 / Instal...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
looking back into art/design history
ROBERT BREER, Floats, 1970
Floor Dr...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
looking back into art/design history
Views of the exhibition Robert Bree...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
looking back into art/design history
JEPPE HEIN, 360 Presence, 2002
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
looking back into art/design history
JEPPE HEIN Moving Walls, 2001, Movi...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
looking back into art/design history
CHARLES RAY, Tabletop 1988
CARSTEN ...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
looking back into art/design history
JEPPE HEIN, Not Level, 2009
MICHAEL...
CELESTE BOURSIER-MOUGENOT, offroad (hors piste)
2014
View of the exhibition,
les Abattoirs/Frac Midi-Pyrénées, Toulouse
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
looking back into art/design history
DUNNE & RABY, TECHNOLOGICAL DREAMS,...
nıs·behavıøural objects
TANGIBLE BITS/TMG
nıs·behavıøural objects
THE TOOLKIT
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
The toolkit
WHY AND HOW TO DESIGN A TOOLKIT
MAKE AN “OPEN” TOOLKIT :
- OP...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
The toolkit
A MODULAR ROBOTIC TOOLKIT
USING AN OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE
TO DE...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
The toolkit
TEST OF 4 EXISTING MODULAR ROBOTICS SYSTEMS:
1- CUBELETS
2- A...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
The toolkit
A ROBOTICS TOOLKIT BASED ON BIOLOID WITH DYNAMIXEL MOTORS:
1-...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
The toolkit
“VELCRO” SYSTEM AS “HIGH-DEFINITION LEGO”
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
The toolkit
HARDWARE AND MATERIALS
1- CORE AND HARD STRUCTURE: VELCRO MOD...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
The toolkit
SOFTWARE
TO CONTROL THE MOVEMENT :
1- BY CONSOLE
2- BY RECORD...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
The toolkit
SOFTWARE / MATERIAL
EXPLORING
A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN (MIS)BEH...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
TOOLKIT PRESENTATION
HARDWARE
- DYNAMIXEL MOTORS
- CM9
- XBEE
- SENSORS
-...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
TOOLKIT PRESENTATION
DYNAMIXEL AX-12A
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
TOOLKIT PRESENTATION
SENSORS
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
TOOLKIT PRESENTATION
OPEN CM9
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
TOOLKIT PRESENTATION
PROCESSING PROGRAM
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
TOOLKIT PRESENTATION
XBEE
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
TOOLKIT PRESENTATION
KORG NANOKONTROL
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
TOOLKIT PRESENTATION
computer
Processing
controller
openCM9
xbee
sensors
...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
TOOLKIT PRESENTATION
MODULAR VELCRO KIT
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
TOOLKIT PRESENTATION
MODULAR VELCRO KIT
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
TOOLKIT PRESENTATION
MODULAR VELCRO KIT
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
TOOLKIT PRESENTATION
ADDING DRESSING
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
TOOLKIT PRESENTATION
EXAMPLES
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
TOOLKIT PRESENTATION
MARTIN GAUTRON
EXAMPLES
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
schedule
09:00
10:15
10:45
12:00
13:00
15:00
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20:30
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nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
schedule
09:00
10:15
10:45
12:00
13:00
15:00
15:30
16:30
18:00
20:30
1. I...
nıs·behavıøural objects
DISCOVER THE TOOLKIT
nıs·behavıøural objects
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
Assignment:
each table to explore 1 translation ...
nıs·behavıøural objects
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
Scoring, introduction
discover the toolkit, char...
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WORKSHOP PROTOCOL 84
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schedule
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10:15
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nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
schedule
09:00
10:15
10:45
12:00
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18:00
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1. I...
nıs·behavıøural objects
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
Assignment:
choose one translation from this mor...
nıs·behavıøural objects
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
scoring demo
write a behaviour
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WORKSHOP PROTOCOL 89
nıs·behavıøural objects
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
recording an animation, demo
write a behaviour
nıs·behavıøural objects
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
Assignment:
build your score, taking into accoun...
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nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
Behaviours cards
write a behaviour
nıs·behavıøural objects
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
write a behaviour, behaviour card
+_ Does it loo...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
schedule
09:00
10:15
10:45
12:00
13:00
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15:30
16:30
18:00
20:30
1. I...
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013
schedule
09:00
10:15
10:45
12:00
13:00
15:00
15:30
16:30
18:00
20:30
1. I...
nıs·behavıøural objects
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Assignment:
Finalise a proposal for your charact...
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RESULTS
nıs·behavıøural objects
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
Assignment:
Present in 5 minutes your final produ...
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nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
Assignment:
Please write down your definition of
...
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FEEDBACKS
nıs·behavıøural objects
NEXT STEPS
2. nurturing a relationship
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
• Arts productions (+ exhibitions)
• Design ...
2. nurturing a relationship
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
• Arts productions (+ exhibitions)
• Design ...
2. nurturing a relationship
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
2.NURTURE RELATIONSHIPS
1.INITIATE INTERACTI...
2. nurturing a relationship
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
1.INITIATE INTERACTIONS
2.NURTURE RELATIONSH...
2. nurturing a relationship
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
“Speculative design, Conceptual Design,
Cont...
SOME PEOPLE INVOLVED WITH DESIGN FICTION:
JAMES AUGER (RCA),JIMMY LOIZEAU (GOLDSMITH UNIVERSITY), FIONA RABBY, ANTHONY DUN...
MOVING CITIES, ARCHIGRAM, 70’S
TECHNOLOGICAL DREAM SERIES, DUNNE & RABY, 2007
TRANSPARENCY GRENADE,JULIAN OLIVER, 2012
MR JONES WHATCH, CRISPIN JONES, 2004
AUDIOTOOTH IMPLANT, AUGER-LOIZEAU, 2010
2. nurturing a relationship
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2. nurturing a relationship
nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
MISBEHAVIOURAL OBJECTS
FOR MORE ON THAT PART OF THE SLIDES PLEASE CONTACT THIS MEMBER OF THE TEAM:
MOLLON@TELECOM-PARISTECH.FR – MAXMOLLON.COM
nıs·behavıøural objects
http:// misbehaviours.ensadlab.fr/
Twitter: #misbehaviours
ENSADLABs DIIP + SOCIABLE MEDIA with MI...
BRAVO!
THANK YOU!
ENSADLABs DIIP + SOCIABLE MEDIA with MIT MediaLab TMG
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This is the slide presentation of an introductory talk given by our team for the “The Misbehavior of Animated Objects” workshop. The Workshop and the MisB Kit was developed for the TEI 2014 conference in relationship to the MIT Medialab–Tangible Media Group; initiated by EnsadLab/ Reflective Interaction (program under the direction of Samuel Bianchini),
with Emanuele Quinz, Cécile Bucher, Benoît Verjat and Alexandre Saunier; and EnsadLab/ Sociable Media (Program under the direction of Rémy Bourganel), with Émeline Brulé and Max Mollon; in collaboration with Didier Bouchon, Martin Gautron; with the participation of Jean-Baptiste Labrune and Nicolas Nova; and with the support of the Bettencourt Schueller Foundation.
• http://www.tei-conf.org/14/studios.php#s9
• http://misbehaviour.ensadlab.fr
• http://diip.ensadlab.fr/fr/projets/article/the-misb-kit
• http://sociablemedia.ensadlab.fr/workshop-misbehaviours/

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The Misbehavior of Animated Objects – Workshop at TEI2014 – EnsadLab & MIT MediaLab

  1. 1. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 Misbehavioural objects welcome! ENSADLABs DIIP + SOCIABLE MEDIA with MIT MediaLab TMG
  2. 2. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 Misbehavioural objects The Workshop “The Misbehavior of Animated Objects” and the MisB Kit was developed for the TEI 2014 conference in relationship to the MIT Medialab–Tangible Media Group; initiated by EnsadLab/ Reflective Interaction (program under the direction of Samuel Bianchini), with Emanuele Quinz, Cécile Bucher, Benoît Verjat and Alexandre Saunier; and EnsadLab/ Sociable Media (Program under the direction of Rémy Bourganel), with Émeline Brulé and Max Mollon; in collaboration with Didier Bouchon, Martin Gautron; with the participation of Jean-Baptiste Labrune and Nicolas Nova; and with the support of the Bettencourt Schueller Foundation. • http://www.tei-conf.org/14/studios.php#s9 • http://misbehaviour.ensadlab.fr • http://diip.ensadlab.fr/fr/projets/article/the-misb-kit
  3. 3. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 practicalities Breaks, 10:15-10:45, 12:00-13:00, 15:00-15:30 Studios reception 18:00-21:00 Misbehaviour dinner @ Löwenbräukeller, 20:30 Documentation, video/photo authorisation Tables assistance, sw install + workshop support
  4. 4. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 share your experience Twitter #tei2014 + #misbehaviours Workshop documentation: http://misbehaviour.ensadlab.fr/
  5. 5. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 schedule 09:00 10:15 10:45 12:00 13:00 15:00 15:30 16:30 18:00 20:30 1. INTRODUCTION – BREAK 2. DISCOVER THE TOOLKIT – BREAK 3. WRITE A BEHAVIOUR – BREAK 4. MAKE A MISBEHAVIOURAL OBJECT 5. DEBRIEF, WRAP-UP, NEXT STEPS 6. TEI GATHERING 7. MISBEHAVIOUR DINNER
  6. 6. nıs·behavıøural objects nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 Ensadlab, 7 research labs in Ensad, Paris, Ensad is part of PSL, an art/design/science cluster http://www.ensad.fr/recherche/ensadlab Sociable media, for the development of creativity, autonomy and empathy http://sociablemedia.ensadlab.fr/en/ DIIP, reflective interactions, http://diip.ensadlab.fr/en/ Tangible media group, http://tangible.media.mit.edu/ about ensadlab/mit collaboration
  7. 7. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 self-introduction First/last name Where do you work/study Main area of interest
  8. 8. nıs·behavıøural objects nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 self-introduction table 1 Emeline, stimulate/facilitate/document Bruns, Miguel TU Eindhoven Fetter, Mirko Human-Computer Interaction Group, University of Bamberg Schoessler Philipp, MIT MediaLab TMG Alex, technical support table 2 Max/or Samuel, stimulate/facilitate/document Rizzo, Tim IMG Institut für Mediengestaltung, Epp, Felix University of Applied Sciences Darmstadt Rasmussen, Majken Aarhus University Daniel Tauber, MIT MediaLab TMG Alex, technical support table 3 Yassine, stimulate/facilitate/document Grah, Thomas Hochschule Darmstadt Hanke, Christoph Muthesius Kunsthochschule Ou, Jiffei, MIT MediaLab TMG Didier, technical support, 2 tables table 4 JB, stimulate/facilitate/document Schmidt, Deborah Technische Universität Dresden, ? Vandevelde, Cesar Ghent University, HCI/arts/sciences ? Walmink, Wouter Exertion Games Lab, RMIT University, game lab Niiyama, Ryuma, MIT MediaLab TMG Cécile, technical support, 2 tables table 5 Emanuele, stimulate/facilitate/document Hamidi, Foad York University LIU, Xin Rhode Island School of Design   Yao, Lining, MIT MediaLab TMG Cécile, technical support, 2 tables
  9. 9. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 We aim for research through action. “Instead of being extensible and verifiable, theory produced by research through design tends to be provisional, contingent and aspirational.” Bill Gaver, What should we expect from research through design. Rather than looking for refutability we aim at exploring a mapping of possibilities. Therefore our theories are contextual and culturally situated. Our production is an annotated portfolio. about research by design (& by art)
  10. 10. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 Please write down on a post-it your definition of a misbehaviour in less than 120 characters. First assigment
  11. 11. nıs·behavıøural objects OUR DESIGN SPACE
  12. 12. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 How far have we been since our start in october 2013? We aimed at converging 3 labs’ perspective. introduction
  13. 13. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 What if a everyday object was made of radical atoms? introduction
  14. 14. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 introduction
  15. 15. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 What if an everyday object was made of radical atoms? These objects could be programmed with some form of agency. What if they were reflecting some form of autonomy? introduction
  16. 16. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 What if an everyday object was made of radical atoms? These objects could be programmed with some form of agency. What if they were reflecting some form of autonomy? What if they were performing mis-behaviours, in order to manifest this autonomy and shift away from the master—slave relationship? introduction
  17. 17. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 introduction
  18. 18. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 A. B. c. d. 1. initiating interaction
  19. 19. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 We aim at exploring the design of interactions from an alternative plausible perspective: we’re starting from the object’s point of view, initiating interactions. problematics
  20. 20. CONTEXT nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
  21. 21. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 What if an object’s misbehaviour was a route to project an autonomy? • How could (mis)behavioural objects initiate (mis)interactions with humans? • How could these misbehaviours nurture a relationship with humans? And how can this perception be sustainable? problematics
  22. 22. PROBLEMATICS nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 • What is a (mis)behavioural object? • What are the means to develop one? • What form for a tool for creating such objects? additional RESEARCH QUESTIONS:
  23. 23. PROBLEMATICS nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
  24. 24. PROBLEMATICS nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 1.INITIATE INTERACTIONS 2.NURTURE RELATIONSHIPS
  25. 25. 1. INITIATING INTERACTION nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 2.NURTURE RELATIONSHIPS 1.INITIATE INTERACTIONS
  26. 26. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 Hypothesis: the movement as a mean for objects to express their character and their intentions, beyond fulfilling a function. We focus on exploring elementary movements of non-figurative objects. 1. initiating interaction
  27. 27. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 BENJAMIN CHANG, SILVIA RUZANKA, DIMITRY STRAKOVSKY, (IN)SECURITY CAMERA, 2003 1. initiating interaction
  28. 28. nıs·behavıøural objects nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 MALFUNCTION OR UNEXPECTED FUNCTION WHAT IF AN OBJECT HAD: PRESUPPOSED FUNCTION AN OBJECT HAVE: 1. initiating interaction
  29. 29. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 PRESUPPOSED FUNCTION › CAN NOT DO › DO WRONG- OR › DO ELSE---. 1. initiating interaction WHAT IF AN OBJECT:AN OBJECT HAVE:
  30. 30. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 › CAN NOT DO › DO WRONG- OR › DO ELSE---. = MISBEHAVIOUR PRESUPPOSED FUNCTION 1. initiating interaction WHAT IF AN OBJECT:AN OBJECT HAVE:
  31. 31. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 VIA: OUR BOTTOM-UP INVESTIGATIONS (FUNCTIONNAL) (SOCIAL) 1. initiating interaction A mis-behaviour can be perceived by contrast to a norm.
  32. 32. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 MIS/BEHAVIOURS “CHARACTER” – MOOD INTENTION – MOTIVATION MOVEMENTS – CHOREOGRAPHY 1. initiating interaction
  33. 33. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 MISBEHAVIOURS SHY AVOIDING STARING INTO FACES LONG & SLOW, EASE OUT, SHAKING 1. initiating interaction
  34. 34. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 MISBEHAVIOURS SHY AVOIDING STARING INTO FACES LONG & SLOW, EASE OUT, SHAKING FROM OBJECT POINT OF VIEW 1. initiating interaction
  35. 35. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 MISBEHAVIOURS SHY AVOIDING STARING INTO FACES LONG & SLOW, EASE OUT, SHAKING FROM HUMAN POINT OF VIEW 1. initiating interaction
  36. 36. nıs·behavıøural objects nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 1. initiating interaction thinking in progress…
  37. 37. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 MIS/BEHAVIOURS “CHARACTER” – MOOD INTENTION – MOTIVATION MOVEMENTS – CHOREOGRAPHY 1. initiating interaction
  38. 38. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 MIS/BEHAVIOURS “CHARACTER” – MOOD INTENTION – MOTIVATION MOVEMENTS – CHOREOGRAPHY 1. initiating interaction COHERENT WHILE UNPREDICTABLE PREDICTABLY IRRATIONAL?
  39. 39. nıs·behavıøural objects nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 MIS/BEHAVIOURS “CHARACTER” – MOOD INTENTION – MOTIVATION MOVEMENTS – CHOREOGRAPHY 1. initiating interaction we will explore 3 character traits today: • agressive • shy • lazy
  40. 40. nıs·behavıøural objects LOOKING BACK INTO ART/DESIGN HISTORY
  41. 41. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTS IN ART AND DESIGN “The electric things have their lives, too.” _ Philip K. DICK, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? looking back into art/design history
  42. 42. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 BEHAVIOURAL OBJECTS IN ART AND DESIGN “The electric things have their lives, too.” _ Philip K. DICK, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? looking back into art/design history
  43. 43. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 looking back into art/design history BRUNO MUNARI Macchina inutile, 1953 JEAN TINGUELY, Hommage to New York, 1960
  44. 44. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 looking back into art/design history HANS HAACKE, Blue Sail, 1964–65 CYBERNETIC SERENDIPITY, curated by Jasia Reichardt, London ICA, 1968
  45. 45. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 looking back into art/design history NICOLAS SCHOEFFER, CYSP 1, 1956 EDWARD IHNATOWICZ, SENSTER, 1969
  46. 46. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 looking back into art/design history ROBERT BREER, Floats, 1970 / Installation view: Osaka Pavillion, 1970
  47. 47. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 looking back into art/design history ROBERT BREER, Floats, 1970 Floor Drawing, 1970
  48. 48. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 looking back into art/design history Views of the exhibition Robert Breer Floats, Capc, Bordeau, 2010-2011
  49. 49. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 looking back into art/design history JEPPE HEIN, 360 Presence, 2002
  50. 50. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 looking back into art/design history JEPPE HEIN Moving Walls, 2001, Moving Bench, 2000, Self-Destructing Wall, 2003
  51. 51. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 looking back into art/design history CHARLES RAY, Tabletop 1988 CARSTEN HÖLLER, Upside Down Mushroom, Milano Fondazione Prada, nel 2001
  52. 52. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 looking back into art/design history JEPPE HEIN, Not Level, 2009 MICHAEL ANASTASSIADES, Social and anti-social Ligh, 2001 BENJAMIN CHANG, SILVIA RUZANKA, DMITRY STRAKOVSKY, (in)security camera, 2003
  53. 53. CELESTE BOURSIER-MOUGENOT, offroad (hors piste) 2014 View of the exhibition, les Abattoirs/Frac Midi-Pyrénées, Toulouse
  54. 54. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 looking back into art/design history DUNNE & RABY, TECHNOLOGICAL DREAMS, 2007
  55. 55. nıs·behavıøural objects TANGIBLE BITS/TMG
  56. 56. nıs·behavıøural objects THE TOOLKIT
  57. 57. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 The toolkit WHY AND HOW TO DESIGN A TOOLKIT MAKE AN “OPEN” TOOLKIT : - OPEN SOURCE - OPEN STRUCTURE
  58. 58. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 The toolkit A MODULAR ROBOTIC TOOLKIT USING AN OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE TO DESIGN
  59. 59. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 The toolkit TEST OF 4 EXISTING MODULAR ROBOTICS SYSTEMS: 1- CUBELETS 2- ARCBOTICS 3- LEGO MINDSTORM 4- BIOLOID (ROBOTIS)
  60. 60. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 The toolkit A ROBOTICS TOOLKIT BASED ON BIOLOID WITH DYNAMIXEL MOTORS: 1- VERY MODULAR 2- COMPATIBLE WITH PROCESSING / ARDUINO 3- SCALABLE FROM TOYS TO INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS
  61. 61. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 The toolkit “VELCRO” SYSTEM AS “HIGH-DEFINITION LEGO”
  62. 62. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 The toolkit HARDWARE AND MATERIALS 1- CORE AND HARD STRUCTURE: VELCRO MODULES 2- FLEXIBLE STRUCTURE: ANNEALD ALLUMINUM AND K’NEX 3- DRESSING ACCESSORIES: SKIN, SHELL AND OTHER MATERIALS
  63. 63. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 The toolkit SOFTWARE TO CONTROL THE MOVEMENT : 1- BY CONSOLE 2- BY RECORDING 3- BY EDITING 4- BY PROGRAMMING
  64. 64. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 The toolkit SOFTWARE / MATERIAL EXPLORING A RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN (MIS)BEHAVIOR BY COMPUTING AND (MIS)BEHAVIOR OF THE MATERIAL
  65. 65. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 TOOLKIT PRESENTATION HARDWARE - DYNAMIXEL MOTORS - CM9 - XBEE - SENSORS - KORG NANOKONTROL SOFTWARE - PROCESSING MODULAR VELCRO KIT AND DRESSING
  66. 66. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 TOOLKIT PRESENTATION DYNAMIXEL AX-12A
  67. 67. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 TOOLKIT PRESENTATION SENSORS
  68. 68. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 TOOLKIT PRESENTATION OPEN CM9
  69. 69. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 TOOLKIT PRESENTATION PROCESSING PROGRAM
  70. 70. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 TOOLKIT PRESENTATION XBEE
  71. 71. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 TOOLKIT PRESENTATION KORG NANOKONTROL
  72. 72. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 TOOLKIT PRESENTATION computer Processing controller openCM9 xbee sensors DXL DXLDXL KORG NANOKONTROL
  73. 73. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 TOOLKIT PRESENTATION MODULAR VELCRO KIT
  74. 74. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 TOOLKIT PRESENTATION MODULAR VELCRO KIT
  75. 75. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 TOOLKIT PRESENTATION MODULAR VELCRO KIT
  76. 76. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 TOOLKIT PRESENTATION ADDING DRESSING
  77. 77. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 TOOLKIT PRESENTATION EXAMPLES
  78. 78. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 TOOLKIT PRESENTATION MARTIN GAUTRON EXAMPLES
  79. 79. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 schedule 09:00 10:15 10:45 12:00 13:00 15:00 15:30 16:30 18:00 20:30 1. INTRODUCTION – BREAK 2. DISCOVER THE TOOLKIT – BREAK 3. WRITE A BEHAVIOUR – BREAK 4. MAKE A MISBEHAVIOURAL OBJECT 5. DEBRIEF, WRAP-UP, NEXT STEPS 6. TEI GATHERING 7. DINNER
  80. 80. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 schedule 09:00 10:15 10:45 12:00 13:00 15:00 15:30 16:30 18:00 20:30 1. INTRODUCTION – BREAK 2. DISCOVER THE TOOLKIT – BREAK 3. WRITE A BEHAVIOUR – BREAK 4. MAKE A MISBEHAVIOURAL OBJECT 5. DEBRIEF, WRAP-UP, NEXT STEPS 6. TEI GATHERING 7. DINNER
  81. 81. nıs·behavıøural objects DISCOVER THE TOOLKIT
  82. 82. nıs·behavıøural objects nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 Assignment: each table to explore 1 translation for each of the following character traits through mouvements: agressive, shy, lazy. We encourage you to: roleplay/mimic. Engage in the SW control. Enhance the provided structure with mopho- structure elements. Deliverable: 1 translation for each of the following character traits through mouvements. Each exploration to be documented by our team. discover the toolkit, character
  83. 83. nıs·behavıøural objects nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 Scoring, introduction discover the toolkit, character
  84. 84. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 | 72 WORKSHOP PROTOCOL 84
  85. 85. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 schedule 09:00 10:15 10:45 12:00 13:00 15:00 15:30 16:30 18:00 20:30 1. INTRODUCTION – BREAK 2. DISCOVER THE TOOLKIT – BREAK 3. WRITE A BEHAVIOUR – BREAK 4. MAKE A MISBEHAVIOURAL OBJECT 5. DEBRIEF, WRAP-UP, NEXT STEPS 6. TEI GATHERING 7. DINNER
  86. 86. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 schedule 09:00 10:15 10:45 12:00 13:00 15:00 15:30 16:30 18:00 20:30 1. INTRODUCTION – BREAK 2. DISCOVER THE TOOLKIT – BREAK 3. WRITE A BEHAVIOUR – BREAK 4. MAKE A MISBEHAVIOURAL OBJECT 5. DEBRIEF, WRAP-UP, NEXT STEPS 6. TEI GATHERING 7. DINNER
  87. 87. nıs·behavıøural objects nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 Assignment: choose one translation from this morning and build a library of animations to assemble and compose from later. Deliverable: a library of animations. Each exploration to be documented by our team. write a behaviour
  88. 88. nıs·behavıøural objects nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 scoring demo write a behaviour
  89. 89. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 | 72 WORKSHOP PROTOCOL 89
  90. 90. nıs·behavıøural objects nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 recording an animation, demo write a behaviour
  91. 91. nıs·behavıøural objects nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 Assignment: build your score, taking into account the environment/introducing sensors. Deliverable: 1 score. Each exploration to be documented by our team. write a behaviour
  92. 92. nıs·behavıøural objects nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 Behaviours cards write a behaviour
  93. 93. nıs·behavıøural objects nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 write a behaviour, behaviour card +_ Does it look alive? +_Does it look in control of its movement? +_ Does it look reactive to external events? +_ Does it look motivated? +_ Does it look emotionally aroused? +_Does it look stressed by external events? General Action / Perception parameters Motivation / Intention Emotion +_ Does it look aware of its environment ? +_ Does it look goal-directed?
  94. 94. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 schedule 09:00 10:15 10:45 12:00 13:00 15:00 15:30 16:30 18:00 20:30 1. INTRODUCTION – BREAK 2. DISCOVER THE TOOLKIT – BREAK 3. WRITE A BEHAVIOUR – BREAK 4. MAKE A MISBEHAVIOURAL OBJECT 5. DEBRIEF, WRAP-UP, NEXT STEPS 6. TEI GATHERING 7. DINNER
  95. 95. nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | DEC 2013 schedule 09:00 10:15 10:45 12:00 13:00 15:00 15:30 16:30 18:00 20:30 1. INTRODUCTION – BREAK 2. DISCOVER THE TOOLKIT – BREAK 3. WRITE A BEHAVIOUR – BREAK 4. MAKE A MISBEHAVIOURAL OBJECT 5. DEBRIEF, WRAP-UP, NEXT STEPS 6. TEI GATHERING 7. DINNER
  96. 96. nıs·behavıøural objects nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 Assignment: Finalise a proposal for your character trait assignment to be presented to other teams. Deliverable: 1 mis-behavioural animated object, with score and behaviour cards. Each exploration to be documented by our team. Make a mis-behavioural object
  97. 97. nıs·behavıøural objects RESULTS
  98. 98. nıs·behavıøural objects nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 Assignment: Present in 5 minutes your final production. Debrief
  99. 99. nıs·behavıøural objects nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 Assignment: Please write down your definition of what you’ve explored today for someone joining the room, in less than 120 characters. Debrief
  100. 100. nıs·behavıøural objects FEEDBACKS
  101. 101. nıs·behavıøural objects NEXT STEPS
  102. 102. 2. nurturing a relationship nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 • Arts productions (+ exhibitions) • Design objects (+ scenarios) • Documentation of the workshop (+ consolidate) TONY DUNNE, PERSONAL COMMUNICATION, DUBLIN 2011 NEXT STEPS
  103. 103. 2. nurturing a relationship nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 • Arts productions (+ exhibitions) • Design objects (+ scenarios) • Documentation of the workshop (+ consolidate) TONY DUNNE, PERSONAL COMMUNICATION, DUBLIN 2011 NEXT STEPS
  104. 104. 2. nurturing a relationship nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 2.NURTURE RELATIONSHIPS 1.INITIATE INTERACTIONS
  105. 105. 2. nurturing a relationship nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 1.INITIATE INTERACTIONS 2.NURTURE RELATIONSHIPS
  106. 106. 2. nurturing a relationship nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 “Speculative design, Conceptual Design, Contestable Futures, Cautionary Tales, Activism, Design for debate, Design fiction, Discursive design, Interrogative Design, Probe design, Radical Design, Satire, Social Fiction…” TONY DUNNE, PERSONAL COMMUNICATION, DUBLIN 2011 DESIGN FICTION IS ALSO RELATED TO:
  107. 107. SOME PEOPLE INVOLVED WITH DESIGN FICTION: JAMES AUGER (RCA),JIMMY LOIZEAU (GOLDSMITH UNIVERSITY), FIONA RABBY, ANTHONY DUNNE (RCA),JULIAN BLEEKER (NEARFUTURELAB), PAUL GARDIEN (PHILIPS), BILL GAVER (GOLDSMITH UNIVERSITY), ELIO CACCAVALE, NOAM TORAN… (FROM TOP LEFT TO BOTTOM WRITE)
  108. 108. MOVING CITIES, ARCHIGRAM, 70’S
  109. 109. TECHNOLOGICAL DREAM SERIES, DUNNE & RABY, 2007
  110. 110. TRANSPARENCY GRENADE,JULIAN OLIVER, 2012
  111. 111. MR JONES WHATCH, CRISPIN JONES, 2004
  112. 112. AUDIOTOOTH IMPLANT, AUGER-LOIZEAU, 2010
  113. 113. 2. nurturing a relationship nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014
  114. 114. 2. nurturing a relationship nıs·behavıøural objects | ENSAD › MIT | Febr 2014 MISBEHAVIOURAL OBJECTS
  115. 115. FOR MORE ON THAT PART OF THE SLIDES PLEASE CONTACT THIS MEMBER OF THE TEAM: MOLLON@TELECOM-PARISTECH.FR – MAXMOLLON.COM
  116. 116. nıs·behavıøural objects http:// misbehaviours.ensadlab.fr/ Twitter: #misbehaviours ENSADLABs DIIP + SOCIABLE MEDIA with MIT MediaLab TMG
  117. 117. BRAVO! THANK YOU! ENSADLABs DIIP + SOCIABLE MEDIA with MIT MediaLab TMG nıs·behavıøural objects

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