What is the future of sport in 2040? You’d be surprised how many big-time athletic directors have never thought about this. Well, maybe you wouldn’t. But Ray Anderson of Arizona State University, whose law degree is from Harvard, has. Recently he engaged in a “Delphic Oracle” exercise frequently used in futures thinking to focus CEOs on the long view. The
Investigators: Megan Halpern, Brenda Trinidad, Carlo Allende, Ed Finn, Ruth Wylie We would like to better understand your experiences at Emerge, in part, to create more engaging projects like Emerge in the future, and in part to understand the relationship between presenters and audiences. Our findings will be reported internally to build the next Emerge event, and will also be
The Oracle of South Scottsdale already knows our future. As with any good Oracle, you get to ask one – and only one – question. So make it the most important question you can possibly imagine.
Sustainability researchers and community members explore how we can work together to build happier neighborhoods through sustainability interventions.
Build a pinhole camera with a 100-year exposure time to hide somewhere in the Phoenix area, invisibly monitoring changes in the urban landscape between now and 2115.
Created by Camilla Jensen and Tamara Christensen Create your own fairy tale from the future in an epic Lego build led by experts in the art and science of Lego Serious Play.
An interactive exploration of RFID and data visualization technology explores a future where the smallest elements of our behavior can be digitally tracked, stored and shared with people around you.
A roaming atmospheric performance exploring utopian experiments, dreams, and the concept of the ideal city, created by Rachel Bowditch of ASU’s School of Film, Dance, and Theatre.
A coin-operated robotic art-dispensing machine that scans the Internet for inspiration and creates customized paintings on 4” x 6” blocks of wood.
Create your own prototypes of artifacts from the future. From parking tickets to coffins, the Future Design Studio asks you to imagine what everyday objects look like in the future, and then invites you to watch as improv performers from The Torch Theatre create the world in which your objects exist.