This paper defines the ICS materiality analyzing behaviors and components of Interactive, Connected, Smart materials. The authors propose a de-structuring analysis of the complexity of intelligent systems to find out the various elements that constitute ICS materiality. Thus, they become easily understood as working systems made of components that can be assembled for a complex and "augmented" whole. In this scenario, traditional materials act as the primary element of physicality, with the related sensory and emotional dimension, i.e., experiential. Depending on the complexity of the composition, their behavior can change, ensuring a level of increasing intelligence. ICS materials can be designed both in its physical and computational dimension, pending the development and diffusion of new additive manufacturing systems that will integrate the components into a unit where their composition will be difficult to trace, opening up to a more interactive, connected and smart dimension of life experiences.
|Titolo:||ICS materiality. Interactive, connected, smart materials|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|
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