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Perception-controlled interior architecture, supported by existing “smart” materials (mirror, glass, wrap, sensors), multimedia, blockchain technology, and virtual reality adapt to the user’s/inhabitant’s needs. Applications include living spaces for highly mobile professionals (neo-nomads), nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, hospital rooms.
Functions that include anticipatory features can make vehicles safer and prevent accidents, adapting to weather and road conditions. They also “learn” the driver and adapt to his/her driving style and individual characteristics (e.g., age, health)
Keynote Address: Why Anticipation?8th to 10th November 2017 the 2nd International Conference on Anticipation Senate House, School of Advanced Study, London
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We exist because there is change. How do we account for change while being part of it? How do we account for anticipation as an expression of preparing and adapting to change? Honorary Fellow Celebration Lecture at Hanse Institute for Advanced Study, September 17, 2014
Evaluation of anticipatory characteristics for high-performance physical activities began in 2009. Young ...
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Fellow Lecture at Hanse Institute for Advanced Study, January 29, 2012
Good architecture is always anticipatory. This video was conceived for a class in the aesthetics of interactive media.
Mihai Nadin, working with David Hodge and Hi Jin, suggests an understanding of originality that is driven by anticipation.
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On September 28, 2006, Mihai Nadin appeared on the Dallas Cable Television ...
(CyberRush and Knowledge Gaps. Babylon in the Third Millennium?) Gmü nder [Design] Gespräche, 28 October 2000