At Frame Lab, join a hackathon to rebuild the post-digital world
As part of the talks, exhibitions, panel discussions and workshops on the future of spaces at Frame Lab on 21 and 22 February, the hackathon What Remains From the Analogue World asks how spaces can survive a hyper-connected future.
Co-facilitated by Vitra head of research and trendscouting Raphael Gielgen and Hauser Lacour associate Laurent Lacour, the hackathon is now accepting applicants for participation at workhackathon.com. Hackathon participants enjoy free entry to Frame Lab throughout the two days and have the chance to win exclusive Frame and Vitra products.
Murphy’s law of the modern era states that ‘anything that can be digitized, will be digitized’ –according to Gielgen and Lacour. The hackathon invites creatives across design disciplines to explore the myriad possibilities of enhancing everyday life by merging digital and physical realities.
Technology has already irreversibly altered the way people navigate cities and consume information, but how are the more subtle nuances of life affected by mass digitalization? From the objects we sit on, ride in, and wear, what is not already integrated with technology will be soon. What Remains From the Analogue World seeks to take control of these rapid and elusive technological advancements by making deliberate the aspects of life we choose to merge with virtual reality. Which objects will be brought into the digital future?
Hackathon participants will consist of teams of three to five people who work together to develop a prototype, guided by Gielgen and Lacour. Apply now at workhackathon.com.
The accelerated think-tank is perfectly at home alongside the forward-looking Frame Lab as it seeks to extract relevant outcomes and insightful reasoning behind the pertinent question of which objects and spaces will survive in a hyper-connected future – and why. Join the hackathon or get your tickets now to be part of building the digitized future.