[NetBehaviour] more about mimoSa
marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Mon Jul 10 16:14:21 CEST 2006
What you say sounds more interesting and appropriate anyway...
- using different areas as 'node-links', and creating assembled
computer-based, object tools/resources depending on each group or
people's localized needs.
So each machine is an ad-hoc resource :-)
> hi mark
> perhaps not so portable... hehe as in different places assumes
> diferent bodies but most often big.. :) we started by wanting it to be
> portable, we thought we would be able to carry mimoSa but then we
> found out that the best thing would be to have different mimoSas on
> each place, assemble it with local resources.. so it really depends on
> what material/support is constructed on..
> marc escreveu:
>> ricardo ruiz wrote:
>> Hi Ricardo,
>> Does this mean that it is a 'portable' data collector/recorder
>> information & a 'portable' information distributor?
>>> hi netbehaviourists.
>>> we could finally translate the text on the post bellow...
>>> "What is mimoSa?
>>> mimoSa are workshops to the construction of an urban intervention and
>>> information correction machine, or a mobile media a.s. (in portuguese,
>>> Mídia Móvel SA). More than that, mimoSa is also the machine constructed
>>> during these workshops, where the machine object is embodied,
>>> record local stories and publish than on the internet..."
>>> + http://turbulence.org/Works/mimoSa/blog/?p=28
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