Blueprints are representations of objects- to-be of the highest technical order. Combining the technical drawing and the instructions on how to execute that drawing, the CAD file you send and squeeze into any sort of printer can be regarded as such. Blueprints and their derivatives form an essential component of open design, as they are the appearance of design in the form of content-to-be-materialized. As such, they are food for thought for IP lawyers who embrace the open design ideology: blueprints for all!
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DESIGNING FOR COLLABORATIVE CONSUMPTION. The 20th century was the unfortunate era of hyper- consumerism. You know the stats: basically, the world is ending, and we, the insatiable consumers of the world, are at fault. Traditionally, there are two solutions for … Continue reading