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<blockquote>A platform that allows smartphones to fly: And not just smartphones. Flone is a platform for the empowerment of air space.<blockquote>
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Flone is an innovative drone designed to carry a smartphone or similarly sized object (such as a small camera).
 
Flone is an innovative drone designed to carry a smartphone or similarly sized object (such as a small camera).

Revision as of 14:10, 25 February 2019

Case Study: Flone

By: 'Lot Amorós, Cristina Navarro and Alexandre Oliver’
ongoing work as aeracoop

Airspace is Public Space, we have the Right to Fly

Flone-FS37ZF7ILIATYHU.LARGE.jpg

BBC Video showing how to build your own Flone.

Description of Work

This artwork is positioned as

A platform that allows smartphones to fly: And not just smartphones. Flone is a platform for the empowerment of air space.

Flone is an innovative drone designed to carry a smartphone or similarly sized object (such as a small camera).

Artist Statement

E.g. We are surrounded by polluting agents and other factors that have a direct impact on our everyday lives, our mood and, ultimately, on our behaviour. Variations in noise, temperature, atmospheric pressure, ultraviolet radiation or amounts of carbon monoxide are some of the challenges we have to face on a daily basis. At the end of the day, they are agents that influence our temper and our behaviour with others.

Technology

E.g. ""Environment Dress 2.0"" consists of garments that collect information about the wearer’s immediate surroundings, visualize the data and make them available via an app. Sensors collect data on: Noise, temperature, air pressure, ultraviolet radiation, carbon monoxide level.

Implications

E.g. Making available sensor output in a creative visual manner alerts the wearer and the spectator to environmental variables in an engaging manner. Sharing data in this way, encouraging emotional engagement through visualisation and feedback, has significant implications around how wearable technology and smart city infrastructure can work with citizens to enhance urban life.

Relevant LSP projects:
MONICA (Management Of Networked IoT Wearables – Very Large Scale Demonstration of Cultural Societal)
SynchroniCity (SynchroniCity: Delivering an IoT enabled Digital Single Market for Europe and Beyond)

Notes