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A New Feel for Print

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and the hand of the Kate is an artist and a
visionary of how we can interact with sound and touch she's creating new ways messing up the digital with the physical and finding new ways to free the wonders of technology from their devices to surfaces that we want to interact with most importantly Kate is bringing back the little bit of magic into our worlds please give it a very very warm welcome for
K stone paper music instruments In the end of it and it the hi and thank you for coming along to listen to me speak
so my name's kate stone and and I want to tell you a little bit about my journey how I come to do why did and and also about as vision or feeling that I've developed for the future and how long how I've got to that point and I believe that the future will look more like the past than the present and that it will be more of an old-fashioned magical world then this sort of scary dystopian minority report well that we might think we're walking into and I think that's because we're always nostalgic about the past and sometimes fearful of the future and the people of the future will already be living now and so they'll be no more nostalgic for a past that way
that we worried that we're going to lose set so when I talk I have and I never have any slides I have lots of things I've made and a few videos that I'm going to play and I often don't quite know what going to say so just bear with
me and also need to set my timer some no idea how long all speak for that's what I can spend with me right so what I
do is I I guess I seem to have found that the common most in the world that's very often very binary and is something this way or something that way is a physical is it digital and always thinking of something futuristic or thinking of something from the past and
by started out working with electronics and my background is I'm a scientist that some people have said that I'm an artist I'm not really sure whether I am or I'm not so then a kind of question of art or science why do is I work with printing and I also work with electronics and no often 2 totally different worlds and why seem to have found that in this binary well that the place well I seem to end up is somewhere in the middle and show you something that we created a little while ago because otherwise no 1 has a clue I'm talking about so we trained to this post the and it's poster of a at this is a baby version we can print really quite large ones and when you touch it to do it and jt the kind of fun but I had only 5 out of out there but but but
but but but but but if it is did is not I can this is the fact that the
sum of have a play with that of another to do this
my past 50 had so what we do is we print conductive inks to create a touch interface and then have a small sigh board that we stick on the back and use that to add capacitive touch 2 pieces
of paper and we can print these things from the size of a postcard all the way to well I you say the size of a bus shelter but we did something recently that was
50 feet and industry in Austin and others a little bit more about about my background and and I really don't know how I ended up doing this but I remember as a child so I always used to play around with electronics and I use to call my siblings toys apart something which they I should never forgive me for and what i was really fascinated by was not really the technology but kind of how to how to use the technology in a way that people didn't really know what I was doing so I used to hide speakers and microphones and switches are my bedroom and thread wise and the copy and behind the walls and hide in the cupboard and put my voice to a microphone and make it come out from somewhere else and it is when I look back at that and realized I wasn't trying to play with text for the sake of tech was trying to create some kind of experience by never really knew that the time is just is just what I wanted to I also remember um I go 1 my dad's books on a cough Delhi insights and
which had he wasn't happy about it and I ordered 1 the electronics kit you could order from the back of a magazine we could build a radio transmitter with a microphone and I had inside the book and I had the book next to my parents and I snuck back to my bedroom and tuned in an atlas and it was not good why who it is it that I kind of regret that that
the me and also looking back at what I do now I know this is so the story that told in the last few years I realize that what I do is why I used to do and as as a child and yeah so I I ended up becoming key and assigned some kind of crazy journey of failing at school and disappear into the desert chasing sheep around being a farmer and then somehow I ended up going to university in studying electronics and then I ended in a
PhD in physics in Cambridge when I was looking at how electrons move but my fascination really is about it's about how things are made how to make things how to make electronic devices and something recently that I guess I've been asking myself is what is the difference between science and our and we're often asked
always scientist or or an artist and I guess the sort of conclusion I've come to so now is the science is an understanding of the inside and are not seems to be a description of the outside and when you add science and art together I think you can end up with something that's much more like nature so for
now I've been saying science plus or its nature and I think that's the type of thing I want to create I want to create more natural experiences with a digital world by combining 2 our in science and after right after right and so did my PhD in physics which was looking at moving these electrons
around I and that it working for a start-up company that we're looking at how to print transistors have to totally change the way we created electronics and I were there for years and I learned a lot about being in the start up and about how difficult it is to try and do things totally differently how difficult is when you reinvent totally new materials new methods to make things new machines to make those things ways and after working there for 4 years I left I started out on my own in my carriage and that was about 11 years ago so I think I've been hiding away and In the beginning of my Garijo my own and then slowly kind of building a team of people the 7 of us MIT now I'm based in Cambridge but we've been quite
disconnected I feel from from the rest of the world in what we do and seem to have ended up doing things quite differently to a lot of what I see around which is is for quite a long time was quite scary because no 1 really understood why was doing what was doing but more recently people started to discover what we do and seem to really like it and some companies are starting to adopt it which is thought was really exciting and the
thing that I am I became fascinated by as a scientist was printing and seeing how pervasive printing is printing is is everywhere it's all around us as more pleasant than there are electronic devices and print manufacturers in every single city in the world is the heart heart most pervasive highest volume form of manufacturing and printing is something this revolutionized and democratized the world when books went from being written 1 by 1 to the few people that could read and and translated by the few people that could translate to something that anyone can have
an information that could be anyway so I became fascinated with printing and how I could use that to start to make electronics and then In the beginning I was 20 million transistors and I was quite proud in my guaracha had what I thought were the world's best transistors were with hindsight I also have the world's worst
transistors they really weren't very good it was like going back to until 1969 and so I quickly realize that the right thing to do was to come was to combine this traditional printing with everyday low-cost electronics this sort of electronics you might find a happy meal toy or you might find in a greetings cards and how to take a low-cost microcontroller and combine it with a piece of trained to make something that was interactive and I guess something of an the I became inspired by really was this idea that almost a poster so noisy had and this idea that we
always think that what we need is something that we don't have and realizing that so often everything we have is at all fingertips and we can repurpose and
reuse and me imagine how to use those things are around us to start to create totally different things and totally different experiences when I started out 1 of the things while those 2 things I told myself 1 is I'm going to have no vision and no mission and that set me free to be an explorer because had not made any promises to anyone that this is what I'm going to do all I've raise this money to do this particular thing and the 2nd thing words that I'm going to create things that my science friends laugh fact knowing in a good way to look down on and pour on because I wanted to set myself free from trying to create things to impress people I wanted to make things that would make people smile and make people feel immersed in some kind of experience and those
2 things really set me free life from the beginning yeah it's may be quite scary journey it's always been difficult to find funding and to and do things when somebody parameter telling me where work and believe it
does nobody nobody will want it but this just this growing belief of just and my
innovation of mining Benton inventiveness is all about how to repurpose what's around us and this allele tho I have research just last week I was looking at an oak tree and I just thought that massive oak tree grew from an acorn only from things they could touch and with some kind of sense of inevitability and it made me think that's like how I've been over the years just always thinking how can I use the printing machines as they are how can I use the inks as they are how can I use the electronics as they are and just try and be creative and and that's I guess kind of
what we've done you have said and I keep Samy but it is it is a team site my teams quite diverse and the I as a scientist realize that what I created in the
beginning looked a bit like a Doc Brown's science experiment it was something that I fell ashamed of and um and we need to do something about that so the 1st person I hired was a graphic designer the as I needed the perspective of a totally different perspective of what I was created by creating and entity that design perspective a
member 1 of the 1st things we try to create was a greetings Scott and and what I asked her to do was to design a greeting Scott design the line worked in greetings Scott so that was very heavy on the line of and then I took it and I looked out little parts info too short to allow a circuit to flow through and to flow through that line all so you could pick up the street is called the had a beautiful image of some flowers and just by way you held that it naturally started the candles to flicker and the current was really rooted food through a take and he when he blew on the cupcake it could sense your breath because some moisture landed on the cupcake and it blew out the candles we had to blow it twice and then when he denied played Happy Birthday is some there made a long time ago but it is told me a lot about how to how art and science needed
to be combined totally is 1 thing and how to create something that was just an experience and it is also a little bit
more about how how it works we create plane conductive ink and we are the user's screen printing which is the same
way teachers a printed unease in every city all we use flexor printing which is how things like labels are printed shampoo bottle labels 1 bottle labels and using that we complete conductive ink when we use flexo printing we complaints about 100 meters a minute and we complaint a full-size all x y multi-touch trackpads on a process known normally used to print a wine bottle label at 100 meters a minute and then all we need to do is an ad on all electronic circuit board and because we do this for such a long time and we started uses 2nd them chips that when generally readily available so we using microcontrollers from Taiwan well we have to write the code in assembler and there's no use of force this pretty much know and progeny paperwork to go with it and it's really quite challenging but we managed to combine these things together
and do things with those chips that they said we couldn't actually do so it's about bringing those 2 things together and yeah all show a little video which shows something that we made for an advertising agency I think it was last year and a lot of oil of doing for now has been working with other agencies to create experiences for people that they want associated with our products so the videos
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this mix of digital and physical so we
printed and created this beautiful artwork of these plumes of color that which you
represent most spices might sound like
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poster it connects to a smart phone
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about how to combine the physical and the
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the life of a whole so I think the missing fully my fault so sorry about that and yes so so much of more been doing has been and has been working with these advertising agencies and this be really great because once they've seen some of the things we can do they become really excited about about that and started putting it into into their campaigns and I mean I would love to have some products out which is something the working on now for the great thing about the other agencies is they love to make beautiful videos and they love to win awards and and they love to show off and I should is before came on stage someone e-mail e-mailed me a video from McDonald's and it's called mn attracts an and they've been deejaying from the paper tray in that in the mcdonald's straight which is kind of funny for me because there we started out using these chips that we used in those Happy Meal toys and now our print is being put onto the product which is quite exciting and so in trying to work with these advertising companies and also trying to work with lots of other people the challenges been is that we've created this platform has been very very difficult to make open because we cannot use chips are generally available and time we've not done in a way that we can open source any code or anything because this action no way to program the chips for such it's going programmed wants so what we spent a lot of time doing in the last year is trying to create a very easy way for anyone to make anything where's our technology and we're doing this by printing conductive inks because in a range of sizes that have a fixed template and creating a control module which from anyone can see but this small circuit board the has pats on the back and all you do is take that piece of and press the circuit board on and that creates a piece of interactive friends and we've created some software tools that really easy to use and I can't actually code and so I kind of expressive anyone else have to code with what we do so in our software to all you do is you drag the sound you want to use you choose my drop down list what you want each touch point to do with you wanted to play or
be a volume control all also an updated version it can trigger videos or reconfigure audio
and on this on a small fine and then use a fact and put them onto the circuit board other with a micro SD card always pushed over Bluetooth onto the onto the Bluetooth module so in that way someone can create an interactive experience with a piece of print in just a few minutes
and and then they can show someone once someone sees a we've created a seems instantly 1 which has been really exciting nothing also the difference in how we're trying to make things is once you created 1 thing with this that description of what you've created of how that works can be sent a factory and we can make a million so we're trying to find a very easy way not really for makers I as I wanted to make is by really want to empower creators people who have an idea of some we want to make can instantly create something that fits with vision but then once they've done that if they want to make like a say a million or a thousand or 10 then there's no other development to do that can be instantly done so our challenge really has been how to create this platform what we can let other people start to make things and that's what's been really exciting for us and ch yes sir I think of sailing but also about the greedy version of the beta version of this platform what we're doing is made a website that you can go to and on that website you just type in you at name he chooses the touchpoints to and upload your assets and click publish an instant becomes available to the player version of the app that we have and and then and you can just accept the supreme print and it starts let that experience unfold
so when I've been thinking about digital think about digital on what this actually means and so much of what we know and love that surround us has been killed off by digital we we think about books we think about physical music people even say a high street is dead of physical advertising so I think to make digital is 3 things it's touch the ability to touch something that has no moving parts and yet somehow it knows it's connected the so you can update it you can give a new information and the data its ability to capture data the ability to know maybe he restriction what well why when which is a little bit scary and there's so much of voice digital the value comes from the data and that is what we're trying to create so I call that description a digital Saul
so all software tools the idea is you can define a digital soul and puts it into a physical item I think that has the potential to change so much 1 of the things we say is to
the iPad generation print is just a broken touch screen and you
will have heard of two-year-olds we try to touch a magazine page and swine or try to pensions and on a magazine page and and don't know why it doesn't work and on the face of it what we're trying to create some allow our everyday objects to become digital objects we get asked how people know where to touch while people want this but I think that is what the next generation not only once but it's what they expect without them even knowing it's what they're going to want so we want to try and create a platform it's very easy to manufacture so that we can fulfill these desires of the next generation but we want to try and do it in a way that doesn't create objects that look like the something of a minority report I want to create things that look more like something out of Mary Poppins or something of Harry Potter so these 2 year olds can can have the experiences that they expect to have and we made a brochure recently for and what she was last year for an advertising agency for Audi the and and that shows how you can connect the page brochure to small for so have real plan under the video is called Audi TT brochure had it was a video of the great th finely video Ali THE version at this hour long show thanks to her and her camera
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so the idea is you can touch the brochure and it connects the smart phone you can play around with
partition the brochure and the smart phone
becomes the dashboard and you can also
press a button and start a and
ask for a test drive as well yeah and that
1 of bronze order can for the advertising agency the the and I think so much of what see is is that so many products of so many things are becoming the monetized and I think what that means is that the so much value instead of objects is an experience so the things that we're trying to create a more of an experience rather than a product I show you something else that we made recently and this was a young singer-songwriter and we just made it over a few days we made like 50 of them mean her manager and her she's called the Charlotte sounds she was having a debut single launch it was the week before last and she wanted to make something that was an invited she could
send out the music industry that would let them experience of music in a totally different way so this'll cassette here is the invites the gate which was really awesome and and all you do is you follow the box of chalk
so I should say how this came about me assign a coffee shop and we were talking about how we can make some kind of interactive invite and as a box it offers on the table and I thought why don't we use when we
turn ways Ecolabel box the shoppers might come into into a boombox answer is all we the in the can
you hear at all the
end of it and it can get done within the remixing box size from last year's that
said we know tend to use all the in the history of particle you see that something will end up some of a bit difficult to see from here
out the the so in designing in that it wouldn't take very long at all is a sticker on the box graphics stuck on top and using the software tool you can split four-track audio into this so we're able to remix on the box and she said out to those people in the music industry and she had a really successful gate and which was pretty awesome and and the following week nothing to do I'm sure with with white created when she got her 1st play on BBC Radio 1 which is really exciting and it's also excite matrices action my niece so if you well the family out the might the the trying demo a couple more things I always bring way too much tact and it just makes a very confusing for me at this the I am a so I have to keep looking at my notebook for my notes but I don't have anyone knows why notebooks
called netbooks this is a really bad joke by and they played so I can use the cover of
my notebook there's a the and maintenance
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actually play by and uh then I would pass that around and actually managed and it
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made this album cover the DJ Cuba is probably 1 of the best
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me some money and I make it I mean my teammate get that and every time I say I really expect get left the room but now people right to say yeah they wanted some kind but I cannot explain a bit the back stories to how I ended up doing this because sometimes I really don't know and yet and actually there was something I was there last year and I think it was the beginning of last summer
because I really wanna cravings totally natural experiences in some way that just move on mines away from how we use a small find how we use
a computer into something that's just totally different much more much-maligned nature so the thing that I had in my mind was I would like to walk through a forest and walking through the forest and just why naturally do is a way to produce music and I'm not music producer or a DJ so if you could touch the leaves alters the flowers or the things that you walk over started to trigger sound effects and and I said this to some people that I met in some Cisco and then in LA and so on it seemed to
fit with with that dreams to and but then they do tend to smoke things that kind of give them these feeling solving these things a bit more natural to them that that has an and so they
gave us a bit of money and we we build some things at a large medium festival and we made 3 dollars of
on the floor that 2 meters in diameter that when you walk over trigger sound effects and I made flowers out paper and Bill these trees with these tubes and the could types of flowers and they would trigger sound effects and then I have to be talking to some people at NASA and and they idea to so they pointed me in the direction of NASA Space sounds so we created a NASA space sound sound state that could be triggered by using these things so there is a video which I it works in the video is
called nocturnal Wonderland but please pay up video and yet all nodes coming nocturnal Wonderland not a video the video yet nocturnal wonderland you can only saying that by this is the and this some old
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things the sequence things I was kind of fun that's moderately and and she's 1 of my designers so she pulled a along that together and we only had a couple of weeks so some chemistry together quite quickly in the very beginning inches shares in the hardware store we had acted on by all the word and build everything about 2 days it'll be crazy but it was gray and we had a lot of fun playing around with that that and and then I was talking to some people I met at the end of last year in New York and and they were talking about South by Southwest and they wanted to create some kind of musical experience for but lie and they wanted to to basically take that idea and does make it even bigger so we can build 5 installations in March in uh in South by Southwest we build a 50 foot wall of music industry so you could touch on this wall and create all different sound effects which is the sort thing I had in my head when I'm walking down the street with my headphones on I wanna touch the wall I wanna create music I wanna play around with sounds and I do but nothing happens and and we made and 3 I think 3 of the walls that were
8 feet by 20 feet that you could touch and were um Bluetooth MIDI interfaces to able to and the people to remix music you would never remixed music before so I have a video of of that our kids and the
videos called South by Southwest however feeling that few few
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something of Treasury from here what this what it does not and say what those posters we're doing which you could be a which is such a shame because is really pretty awesome and we have this stems from some pretty major artists so we have stems Semex ambassadors said lanes and a whole bunch people we remix their songs and and put them onto that wall so try to try a baby version of it and those people that being interviewed and never touch anything with music before and that they were doing remixes science God
indivisible so I just made this last week and it is just a way to try and showed that instead of trying to create music with this many 1 can say yeah which scares me it took me a year to be brave enough to try and use that this is a which is also software but the software in is also interface but just on a computer diskette me for a year to be brave enough to touch and try to figure out how to use it so last week we made this and this these flowers so the all the all edges
quantized at so each flowers is a distant instrument that and you can touch it and change salutes each pedal is a live at the and these flowers all of the vocal 1 jobs in a world of some just some little media is that the pellets at a whole song
non-lesional liability level that ideas and so the the name
and wound on the moon in the blue and the other is the sum of the end of the
world that the
and in the past and that and the and the the the part that I didn't really know know this kind of fun and
that there
is so difficult to read for me to describe all the
things that we make and how we make it and it's been it's counterterrorism to describe the journey sometimes and so I tried to show things and you know which which years what we do and but this it actually hit is it'll poster was some flowers on but it really
sums up exactly what we're trying to do this is printed at our local screen printer the design just doesn't take is very long
middle and they can be designed anywhere is using a circuit board this term to generic and comes from Asia and we put it together just like you might + stamp on on the it's really easy to make and we could go from now we've made 1 we could make many the and this is why computer interface could look like in the future maybe something that a
bit would understand that because it's a flower and it talks to in a way that
it seems to mean something so much more and the people are trying to show another video they found that they could really make some play with music something that they never knew that they done and so that's kind of what we're trying to do we're trying to create a way that products can be designed anywhere by anyone they can be made locally anywhere and to try and democratize that and to
use things lordy around already exist but to try and create these experiences that could look much more like in the past and the present and that's really the message I want to sort of just get across is that using so much was all ready amount as I think we can create a future that's going to look so much more magical than would perhaps was scared that we're
going to what's so maybe I'll stop now and take some questions thank you thank you
thank you thank you so much made and you
can raise your hands now will bring a microphone to you everybody still given the magic only then that you thank you just thinking because we have so
many refugees coming over
to you of course we could designed pictured dictionaries and translating more easily then otherwise because everyone could listen to what should it sound like and stuff like that and I think this a very practical application for your ideas and your health even though I appreciate very much the beautiful esthetic applications that you create thanks yeah I think
that's something that's really magical when you combine graphics and sound so much much so much more that you can do when you just have graphics you're limited to that space and then you often limited to just that language but when I think when designs done well language is a challenge was the Sámi languages when you think of how things are designed to something like an event like the Olympics so much thought goes into designing things that the graphics tell you without language what it's trying to do and actually creates much more beautiful and more simple graphics but then you can touch these things and have sound on them and then touch systems is representative of your language then yeah hearing something in in in any language or a greater selection of languages would be really awesome but I also think with what we're trying to create with this platform instead of a product being
designed by several thousand people in California say and made by a million people in 1
factory in China maybe the things and the products that are out are designed by those refugees designed by those people not designed by me because the actors I want to create a platform where someone locally say in South Africa design something based on their local needs that no 1 would have any clue that is incredibly useful in Iceland and that's the amazing thing about diversity when we just have more people and so many more different people designing and creating things that we would ever imagine there's so much more benefit that everybody this how
few I have a technological question you're
using a lot of using conductive ink on paper that when the difference from my point of view 1 of the main
difference between the paper in the 2nd board is that a secured what is not flexible in paper is flexible do you use the flexibility it also is an instrument and so yeah the 2nd bodies which I mean we we at the moment we use a rigid circuit boards and we could use a flexible circuit board but we don't because we're trying to keep the costs user images 2nd thought so this this 2 ways I can sort of go with that 1 is that my vision of what I really want to create is to print keyboard so I want to print using flexor and fine lines conductive tracks to create a circuit board printer resistance to the capacitors and instead of putting at package chip on as we know it take that silicon die and embed them into that I'd love to create things that look like postage stamps on a real tough flexible the condensed account pieces of paper and make them interactive and that's why I was trying to do quite a few years ago but I realize that it takes so much money and some with development we've come discomfort very simple rich it's a keyboard and ink on paper we can also clearly the ink on plastic and the graphics can be on prostate and at the syllable more about as well the biggest challenge that we have so many years was how to state the 2nd board and the print together it was so difficult we tried with conductive inks glues toothpaste . holes in the 2nd board and protein you through using
special types as well but none of them worked and then a couple of years ago I discovered that I could stick a circuit board down using double-sided sticky tape should we should think 0 my god why they are not think about and then realized I just had and so our electronics stick onto
the reverse of the print a capacitively couples so we have a very very easy way of speaking the 2 together and having as the beginning of the saying things always by binary which are challenges that how to bring things together in a totally seamless way and as we managed to do with the print and electronic the are there questions we're still depend
on whom the if there's a
lot of hidden no also regarding the technical and technological sites from you said you should choose able as a program of compatible for you really control was I think it's kind of from creative MIDI controllers if I understood that right from so why able because it's it's a very complex and great all but it's not really known for its intuitive interface and is intuitive now and that he would have had those from like
the most module of software through to adapt to or and ideas that we saying and late I I
think it can be counterintuitive to use Ableton because you kind of used to just maybe I know you
are it's a different ball prices and is isn't that so like we used to things be linear so
often software you you for music you put things in a linear fashion and produce things that way unable to 2 modes and the mode that is confusing is the light modes which has columns instead and you put samples in those columns which is what this is but actually I mean on I stared at it for a year and I was given a copy of it and I that if a year and I just confused me but once I energy for the self to play with it I got a very quickly and I can tell someone as using 15 minutes and they can start using it so it's confusing this is counterintuitive but actually it's really easy to use and I I find a brilliant for this because you can trigger or the sound effects and everything's quantized and it just works so well but what will be said it and initially when we were trying to power our the Cuba album with the the software and we used the day by algorithm we were trying to link straight into the software that an apple there was and rumors of Apple bringing out MIDI over Bluetooth and so I joined the MIDI working groups are infiltrated a commands and documents that and we were able to adapt a say adopt the MIDI Apple MIDI bluetooth protocols to our trends so is not limited to able to know anything it's just a MIDI controller it pairs in a manner in MIDI settings it parsing Darroch band and you can use it with anything so you can use it the Logic Pro Tools carriage and anything at all my notebook come yeah you can play around that level with any any music software a long and so again sorry about that and we have to time 1 will
have to say statistically this half of the other room clients and then if you think about it and
going and it is indicative of the question this is not limited the when you put the no more going on we Benjamin and that's why I like to have small
apology to UK and several some sound issues that we have and I'm
skill Gateway OK this is so you hidden in the back and I awareness of funding deficit Hazel question have thank for all last question but mean I'm a user interface designer and I don't like music I make In the faces and I use further sharpening design and illustrate and stuff like of so I felt like that it could be really good way to give people more more acceptable fields of color because if you have two huge gradients
in the huge color field sometimes way harder to accept them pointing on the color ensuring people this colors for the want and then have the digital of all the politics of it so is it would it be possible to make solchen detailed of platform where can point on the color of a gradient and to say this call want formalize user interface or from my picture or something like that yeah that's a really cool
idea so with an with most of these things that screen printed and we create large touch points but when I was describing the flexo printing for that has a millimeter resolution and at the moment it's a balance of 85 also where you can create these touch pads and their opaque touch pads so you have this touch pad that would be just I mean paper-thin really or a couple of millimeters just to accommodate a slim battery and the CPA graphic on top and yeah that could be a perfect way of just touching a printed graphic and that could send out a code that would be that color and again she could map it to a pentanol or whatever color power you might want the yeah you could touch the colors and get exactly that and I guess also the cool thing is is that it's not under the part of your computer screen so if you're using Photoshop or whatever you're using you have all these boxes all of these things which are just some of user click cluttering up the area that you need for the music all for the video production and all for the image and we could describe a little box postcards you get out lay around you computer and and touch all of these things and select all of these different things and that's the you doing some design it did all of your screen and it makes you user interface just be all around you all like from me plane genome my notebook when I can have the music on the screen or from a DJ having phases in all kind of sound effects on postcards allow will be really cool to you all that I have had names wonderful OK thank you so
so much for being with us and also the same with us throughout Republic of everybody's like said try this hands-on I will kindly giving a workshop on
wednesday early afternoon make a space really looking forward to that and you have a really big round of applause thank you so much creative you know these are all 15 minute break
and then look at the backyard stage 1 with Richard Sennett Zealand town had
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Titel A New Feel for Print
Untertitel Paper Music Instruments
Serientitel re:publica 2016
Teil 70
Anzahl der Teile 188
Autor Stone, Kate
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung - Weitergabe unter gleichen Bedingungen 3.0 Deutschland:
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DOI 10.5446/21078
Herausgeber re:publica
Erscheinungsjahr 2016
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract The digitisation of printed materials is in full swing. But whats happening on the flip-side?

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