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A Graphic Designer in search of the gestalt for a better tomorrow.
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    Future Prediction - Evolving behavior will negate the need for traditional bedrooms
    Seems that our evolution dictates our necessities and behaviors and thereby defines what space is necessary to house us and our actions. This being said, now with the internet and computers being part of our daily routine our behaviors are changing and will once again redefine space. (future prediction, with touch screens and increasingly bad posture our need for seating redesign is imminent and due to weakened spinal columns the need for releaving pressure will drive us to consider a more inclined position (if not upside down suspended position for a larger part of the day), half seating half bed in front of the TV, alleviating the needs for bedrooms in architecture.)

    Tue, Feb 23, 2010  Permanent link

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    Steven Beckmann     Wed, Feb 24, 2010  Permanent link
    to be honest, i don't think computers will be a " sit down" interaction. I feel like computers will be seamlessly integrated into physical life ( manufactured ).

    although this video is a personal art project of the creator.....i don't think he is too much far off the mark.....really remarkable futurism.
    kurthlab     Wed, Feb 24, 2010  Permanent link
    Wow, amazing project, yet scary notion if I am exposed to that much stimuli :). I assume I would have to wear some type of glasses or have an implant (the implant in turn due to prohibitive cost would be funded through the advertising you see in the kitchen, not a fan of the NASCAR type myriad of advertising, I am a modernist and therefore love clean lines and plenty of white space.) Still a nice experiment.