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Friday, March 1, 2013 

Registration and information desk at  Stauffer B ASU Tempe Campus By invitation only.   09:00am – 12:00pm   Workshops continue 12:00pm – 01:00pm  Lunch I Stauffer B ASU Tempe Campus

11:30am – 1:30pm Solve for X: Moonshot Session | West Hall 135 | By invitation only

Google[x]’s Solve for X is an open online forum designed to celebrate and advance technology based moonshots around the world. Moonshots are efforts that take on a global-scale problem and define a radical solution to that problem involving some form of tangible breakthrough technology or science. Moonshots live in the gray area between audacious projects and pure science fiction; they represent a 10x improvement, not a 10% gain.

During this Solve for X session, we will hear from two scientists and inventors with moonshot technology proposals and then engage as a group in pushing those projects forward.

The session will be moderated by Karishma Shah and Kathy Cooper, who work on moonshots at Google[x].

01:00pm – 05:00pm  Workshops continue

12:00 – 02:00pm AME Digital Culture Showcase I Stauffer B, ASU Tempe Campus I Free entrance

04:00 – 07:00pm AME Digital Culture Showcase & Pitch Competition I Stauffer B, ASU Tempe Campus I Free entrance

05:00pm – 06:30pm  Travel to Downtown Phoenix using Metro Light Rail — to reception & performance. 06:00pm – 08:00pm  Reception, Combine Studios, Phoenix with Atmospheric performances by Rachel Bowditch Open to public 08:30 – ……pm  Twitter Verses by Lance Gharavi, Eileen Standley and Jake Pinholster of ASU’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts  I The Lot: What Should Go There? 1005 N 2nd Street, Phoenix 85004., First Friday, Downtown Phoenix I Free entrance  

Saturday, March 2, 2013

Open to the public.  Click here if you would like to come. free entrance for all events 09:00am – 12:00pm Big Gathering I NEEB HALL, ASU Tempe Campus

09:00 – 09:30am  Emerge keynote by Betty Sue Flowers 09:30 – 10:00am  Emerge keynote by Michael Crow 10:00 – 10:10am  Welcome 10:10 – 10:30am  Emerge talk by Encoded Textiles 10:30 – 10:45am  Emerge DUO I The Meaning of “Trust” I Binh Danh + Brad Allenby

Emerge DUOs are dynamic pairings of distinguished ASU faculty from a broad range of disciplines who will take to the stage to discuss the meaning of a chosen word from the perspective of their discipline. “Beauty,” for example.  Or “complexity.”  Or “failure.”  Over the course of 10-15 minutes, and positioned in-between other talks and presentations, the duos will wrestle with the common touch points, and surprising turns and twists encased in language. Assumptions will be revealed. Stereotypes will be chipped away. Cue laughter as we take a little baby step toward each other and learn how to listen and respond on each other’s terms.

10:45 – 11:30am  3 Workshops dazzling report out

–The Future of Play: Communal Songs and Children’s Games –The Future of Making: Craft + Rapid Prototyping? –Making Up the Future of Truth: From Shattered Glass to Te’Oing – A Creative Experiment

11:30 – 11:45am  Emerge DUO I The Meaning of “Failure” I Ilana Rein + Keith Hjelmstad

11:45 – 12:00pm  Emerge keynote by Syd Mead

12:00 – 01:00pm Lunch I  NEEB Plaza, ASU Tempe Campus  I  Free for workshop participants, free but numbers are limited for members of the public

The Wurm Hole by Dan Collins, Aubrey Wigner, Don Vance and Lindsay McLean | NEEB Plaza, ASU Tempe Campus

The “Wurm Hole” is an ingenious 12-foot-high 3D creation that will allow Emerge attendees to create an original full body portrait sculpture. Attendees sit or stand on a rotating platform while a hacked Kinect unit captures 3D scans of the attendee over the length of the 12 foot vertical arc. The scans are then sent to a rapid prototyping machine for the creation of your very own portrait sculpture, commemorating Emerge2013. The rig will be set up in Neeb Plaza Friday March 1 at noon, and will be available through Saturday March 2 at 7:00pm. See onsite schedule for specific scanning/printing hours.

12:00 – 02:00pm  AME Digital Culture Showcase I Stauffer B, ASU Tempe Campus 01:00 – 05:00pm Big Gathering NEEB HALL, ASU Tempe Campus

01:00 – 01:30pm  Emerge keynote by Paul Davies 01:30 – 02:15pm  Cyborg Salon with Future Tense & Neil Harbisson 02:15 – 03:00pm  3 Workshops dazzling report out

–EpiCenter Stories

–Truth and Atrocities: What is the Future of Investigating Human Rights Violation in the Age of Facebook?

–Green Pages: A Design Fiction Workshop

03:00 – 03:30pm  Emerge keynote by Natalie Jeremijenko 03:30 – 04:15pm  3 Workshops dazzling report out

–Is the Truth Out There? Hunting for Habitable Worlds

–Creating a Big Story that Makes Sense of the Human Condition

–The Nature of Engineering / The Engineering of Nature

04:15 – 04:30pm  Emerge DUO I The Meaning of “Culture” I Ron Broglio + Jason Robert 04:30 – 05:00pm  Emerge keynote by Bruce Sterling

05:00 – 07:30pm Dinner  with  Food Trucks I  NEEB Plaza, ASU Tempe Campus I Free entertainment, pay for food

04:00 – 07:00pm  AME Digital Culture Showcase I Stauffer B, ASU Tempe Campus

05:00 – 09:00pm Boyd Branch’s “Neuro” truth elixirs I NEEB Plaza, ASU Tempe Campus

05:00 – 07:00pm  The Wurm Hole by Dan Collins, Aubrey Wigner, Don Vance and Lindsay McLean | NEEB Plaza, ASU Tempe Campus

05:00 – 05:45pm  Laptop Orchestra of Arizona State (LOrkAS) I Stauffer B, ASU Tempe Campus

05:00 – 06:55pm Atmospheric performances by Rachel Bowditch I NEEB Plaza, ASU Tempe Campus

06:00 – 06:15pm  Phonic Vibrations by Justin Boord-Balash and Caleb Killian I Stauffer B, ASU Tempe Campus

06:20 – 06:40pm Separation: short range repulsion by Michael Krzyzaniak + AME dancers | NEEB Plaza, ASU Tempe Campus

06:55 – 07:10pm Twitter Verses by Lance Gharavi, Eileen Standley and Jake Pinholster | NEEB Plaza, ASU Tempe Campus

07:10 – 07:25pm X-Act at X-Square | NEEB Plaza, ASU Tempe Campus

07:30 – 09:30pm  Gala / Celebration I  NEEB Plaza, ASU Tempe campus

Waila & Cumbia Concert with D Faktion Nyne and Mumsigo Tribe Bands of the Tohono O’odham Nation with Opening “Migration Roots: The Evolution of Harmonic Truths No. 2” by James O’Halloran and Mapping Projection Experimental Installation by David Tinapple & “Media Installations 494/598” students


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