Category Archives: The Future
plutopia2012_flyer_v2 Plutopia 2012write-up – 12.10.11red
Intel Corporation in Santa Clara recently engaged Plutopia Productions, Inc. to produce a one day highly immersive “sense event” for 150 of its staff. The theme for the day was a Day in the Life of Brazil, including a vision … Continue reading
We’re big fans of Plutopia pal Steve Silberman’s recently-launched blog, called NeuroTribes, which includes “dispatches on science and scientists, culture, politics, and neurodiversity.” Latest post is an interview with Carl Zimmer, author of the new e-book Brain Cuttings: Fifteen Journeys … Continue reading
Brilliant science fiction author Charlie Stross suggests why we’re seeing “a worldwide upwelling of bigotry and intolerance,” noting predictions by Alvin and Heidi Toffler in Future Shock, where they argue that change from industrial to “super-industrial” society “will overwhelm people, … Continue reading
“Play is the greatest natural resource in our creative economy.” (This was the keynote at MIT’s 2010 Sandbox Summit) Future Of Play – Keynote MIT 2010 – Sandbox Summit View more presentations from frog design.
PLUTOPIA 2011: THE FUTURE OF PLAY An extravaganza of music, performances, art, and talks based upon “The Future of Play” Following the momentum generated by Plutopia 2010: The Science of Music , an official SXSW evening event held last March … Continue reading
For the second time in three years, the annual Plutopia extravaganza was reported as “the best SXSWi party to date.” In 2008, it was the Austin Chronicle’s columnist, Stephen Moser, who proclaimed this, and in 2010, Jean Russell, global community … Continue reading