Cyber Archeology (or Design Fiction) of Taipei
1. What kind of technology might be used to conduct archeology?
2. What evidences do you want to present?
3. What story (fiction) do you want to narrative?
"If, as suggested by Baudrillard, we were to simulate as closely as possible a fake holdup, we just would not be able to do it, because the people and, in general, the “machine”, the process through which people constantly interpret the reality they have around them, would not be able to distinguish the signals of what is real and fake/simulated."
a transmedia story represents the integration of entertainment experiences across a range of different media platforms
1. Define the scope of the observation
2. Pick an audience
3. Observe for an extended period
4. Document observations
5. Interview representatives
6. Organize observations
7. Identify patterns
8. make recommendations
1. Invite people to generate ideas using a fixed set of criteria.
2. generate hundreds or thousands of ideas.
3. Invite other people to evaluate the quality of the ideas generated by the people in the first
group. Use multiple people to evaluate each idea (or set of ideas) and average the results.
4. Use the highest rated ideas as seeds for further ideation in-house.