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Reprogramming the hand: Bridging the craft skills gap in 3D/digital fashion knitwear design

Jane Taylor, Katherine Townsend
2014 Craft Research  
By reprogramming the hand, this research proposes a craft-based methodology that reverses the traditional relationship between making and technology, placing crafting at the centre of creative design practice  ...  where it can be applied to support and further the potential of advanced technology.  ...  [However]…there is some possibility of craft in the electronic realm.  ... 
doi:10.1386/crre.5.2.155_1 fatcat:g3ccktrswngkva5o6grvvte6vu

Gender of the Interface

Jordan Kraemer
2021 Catalyst Feminism Theory Technoscience  
In this article, I consider how gender and class stabilized temporarily through material-semiotic engagements with technology interfaces.  ...  of technological expertise.  ...  I thank the two anonymous reviewers for their thoughtful engagement and the Catalyst editors. Notes | Catalyst: Feminism, Theory, Technoscience 7 (2) Jordan Kraemer, 2021 26  ... 
doi:10.28968/cftt.v7i2.34734 fatcat:k2vyjkis4ng5dimarruwcf4eja

The Scythian Stag in Contemporary Arts and Craft: Tuva and Abroad

Кэтрин З. Лунг
2021 Novye Issledovaniâ Tuvy  
The article examines the interest in Scythian imagery and motifs in contemporary arts and crafts, both in Tuva and outside Russia, on a surge after the excavation of Arzhan II burial site.  ...  Artists around the world are fascinated by this unique relic of the past and employ the symbol in romantic imaginings of their past and present.  ...  and use the latest technologies," at times even "when one material is replaced by another, us[ing] leather instead of metal" 1 .  ... 
doi:10.25178/nit.2021.1.5 fatcat:venng7eewzdhrgge5by2ht7o6m

Pursuing Digital Transformations through Fluorescent Green Bunnies: The Poetics of Technology [chapter]

2020 Data Loam  
technology could be stretched and manipulated to enable us to reimagine both the text and the technology.  ...  view of textual materiality and an elegy for an obsolete technology.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110697841-005 fatcat:u7p4tlrrebc2tf3o5yk7aeaitm

This home is a factory: Implications of the Maker movement on urban environments

Mark Richardson, Susie Elliott, Brad Haylock
2013 craft + design enquiry  
can feed off and back into the material ecology of the city.  ...  This paper traces a practice-led enquiry into the question of how jewellery -as a practice and an artefact -can engage the city in terms of emergence.  ...  of recent technologically enabled trends toward the intersection of designing and making.  ... 
doi:10.22459/cde.05.2013.09 fatcat:k7xabqdwozdr7hxyo4353xrdtm

Paper mechatronics: A material and intellectual shift in educational technology

Michael Eisenberg, Hyunjoo Oh, Sherry Hsi, Mark Gross
2015 2015 International Conference on Interactive Collaborative Learning (ICL)  
We discuss the technological innovations that have made paper mechatronics viable; the remarkable range of potential projects and curricular materials that this approach can accommodate; and we illustrate  ...  Over the past decade, the technological groundwork has been laid for a radical revision of this judgment: paper can now serve as the material substrate for a rich, challenging, aesthetically appealing  ...  Paper-Compatible Electronics and Computation One of the key technologies that have altered the range of paper crafting is the advent of small computational elements that can be attached directly to the  ... 
doi:10.1109/icl.2015.7318153 fatcat:kdo4tfjzlvcwlfrttnbrr5yy3u

Research on Handicraft Design Based on Artificial Intelligence Technology in Complex Environments

Shishi Xiang, Zhiyuan Niu, Yuzhou Wu, Narasimhan Venkateswaran
2022 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing  
In this study, the intelligent computer-aided art and craft design (ICAACD) method is implemented on the financial dataset of China and analysis is performed.  ...  With the aid of this technology, handicraft designs can be classified and made by utilizing artificial intelligence techniques.  ...  Plastics and electronic components are also among the materials that have been utilized in this project.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2022/1538488 fatcat:q3axnwelbff5deqsdbtzzdqzpy

Self-Invention in the Realm of Production: Craft, Beauty, and Community in the American Counterculture, 1964-1978

D. Farber
2016 Pacific Historical Review  
In the 1960s and 1970s, self-avowed members of the counterculture, often based on the west coast and in the Rocky Mountain West, eschewed critics' stereotypical notions of stoned and indolent hippies and  ...  Popularizers and publicists of the counterculture, such as  ...  but in reimagining it. 8 Often, the people driving these social and cultural developments were directed more by intuition and impulse than by a fully realized strategy or long-term plan.  ... 
doi:10.1525/phr.2016.85.3.408 fatcat:jtcd6p3x7rhgpolrx2hfm2coom

Interactive Storytelling through LEDs and Paper Circuits: Tapping into Materials and Technology in Children's Literature Education

Betul Gaye Dinc, Birce Özkan, Ilgım Veryeri Alaca
2021 Journal of Literary Education  
How can new materials and technology be incorporated into courses on children's literature at the university level feeding upon the Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)?  ...  As such, students were asked to assess the potential uses of HCI technology in art and design, book arts and seek ways to apply those technologies to enrich children's engagement during reading.  ...  Incorporating the multiple applications of these new materials into children's education would benefit from the craft-oriented aspects of the maker culture.  ... 
doi:10.7203/jle.4.21021 fatcat:me6lgpc6bzaynbzconjgdbcsom

"Dharm is technology": the theologizing of technology in the experimental Hinduism of renouncers in contemporary North India

Antoinette Elizabeth DeNapoli
2017 International Journal of Dharma Studies  
of the vast technological changes shaping their lives and those of the communities whom they serve.  ...  These are: Sannyās represents the "original technology" and the "original science"; technology manifests the properties of creativity and change that characterize what the sādhus associate with "the nature  ...  I thank Jessica Starling, June McDaniel, and Tulasi Srinivas, who also read drafts of the conference paper and article.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40613-017-0053-0 fatcat:ikkzu3t3qjbyfcatpxmq4r3o2m

Designing Menstrual Technologies with Adolescents

Marie Louise Juul Søndergaard, Marianela Ciolfi Felice, Madeline Balaam
2021 Proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
We found that a toolkit approach to the design of menstrual technologies can allow for pluralist experiences of menstrual cycles.  ...  The participants designed menstrual technologies that respond to menstrual cramps and depressive, anxious feelings before menstruating.  ...  Also thank you to the Interaction Design team at MID, KTH, especially to Ozgun Kilic Afsar, Nadia Campo Woytuk, Anna Ståhl, and Kristina Höök for your support and feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3411764.3445471 fatcat:qrfw3ueecjh7doatwp3lpy4mxe

Limb Prostheses: Industry 1.0 to 4.0: Perspectives on Technological Advances in Prosthetic Care

Silvia Ursula Raschke
2022 Frontiers in Rehabilitation Sciences  
Historical events and technological innovation in the mid-part of Industry 2.0 created an inflection point resulting in the emergence of prosthetists who concentrated solely on hand crafting and fitting  ...  Over the course of the first and up the midpoint of the second industrial revolutions, Industry 1.0 and 2.0, the production and provision of prosthetic devices was an ad hoc process performed by a range  ...  Nancy Paris, for her support by counting this paper as part of the author's applied research activities as a member of the MAKE+ Applied Research Department and for agreeing to pay the publication fee  ... 
doi:10.3389/fresc.2022.854404 fatcat:oxntdnqydvhtzf6bqcxm5y5eoq

Cornucopia: The Concept of Digital Gastronomy

Amit Zoran, Marcelo Coelho
2011 Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology  
Marcelo Coelho is a designer and researcher whose work lies in the intersection of humancomputer interaction, materials science and design.  ...  Zoran builds and designs tools and artifacts that reflect evocative ethnographic contexts and mixes traditional and state-of-the-art technologies.  ...  The image of food and ingredients is rooted in the cultural connection between technology, mythology and nature [2, 3] .  ... 
doi:10.1162/leon_a_00243 fatcat:fhre4qr3wzg5dmegigdjscyxoy

Technology Artifacts, Instrumentalism, and the Humanist Manifestos

Michael Knievel
2006 Journal of business and technical communication  
Instrumentality and efficiency in the form of technology are recognized components of the philosophy—material manifestations of human needs and desires and essential to humans’ survival and improvement  ...  To combat these divi- sions and encourage a reimagining of the humanistic, we must con- tinue to familiarize the wider audience of English studies with our work.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1050651905281040 fatcat:fvnwigs275balifrap74rgyxki

Microinnovations in Human-Technology Interaction

Pertti Saariluoma
2011 Human Technology: An Interdisciplinary Journal on Humans in ICT Environments  
Of course, many of the factors explaining the slow emergence of the graphic mobile culture were technical, such as bandwidth and battery capacity.  ...  The definition of goals, the identification of obstacles, and creative problem solving form the core of the innovation processes in human-technology interaction, as they do in other human endeavors.  ...  It could be argued that the emergence of peer processes supported by the Commons and the open access movements facilitates a wider political context in which reimagining politics at the institutional level  ... 
doi:10.17011/ht/urn.201152310895 fatcat:n77f6bft25hwdoexyhbhosizae
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