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VIRTUAL TRAVEL : WORLD BUILDING : EXTENDED REALITY FORESIGHT

The Offical Magazine of

ORIGAMI AIR

THE HUMAN REVOLUTION IN VIRTUAL TRAVEL RECIPE FOR RESILIENCY. PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE WORLD FROM THE FRONT LINES OF THE FOOD INDUSTRY META MALL RATS. HOW THE ARCADE HAS TAKEN OVER THE MALL

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What is Business, development and destinations magazine, published for the Origami Air Network & Co by the Origami Air Trust for the Origami Air Membership, Audience and Pioneers © 2021 This is printed curation of tools for our network of explorers looking for an affordable gap-year, sabbatical or digitally diaspora & digital nomad lifestyle solution.

ecosystem development creative development content development content laboratory

JOSEPH ALLEN UNGER network development TRISHA WILLIAMS collaborator MAXWELL LUTHY collaborator AMY WINKLER

GREGORY HOROWITT PATRICK COLEMAN ARI POPPER

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Page 1 MAIN THEME THE HUMAN REVOLUTION IN VIRTUAL TRAVEL Patrick Coleman Arthur C Clarke Center for Human Imagination

WAY FINDER Tools for the Extended Reality Traveler. Page 5 SHARED AIRSPACE the Origami Trust

LOBBY HOURS WATER COOLER OPEN BREAK

Page 6 ORIGAMI SKY PORT MAP

Take a break with the crew, catch up on the future and network with our fellow flyers.

Page 7 ORIGAMI AIR SYSTEMS

NOON PACIFIC EVERY TUESDAY / THURSDAY

Page 8 ZEPHYR POCKET MAP: AFTERVILLE

DISCORD & RADIO

THE FOLD Offerings from pioneers and citizens of the Metaverse Page 14: RESIDENT STORYTELLER SELECTION Black Future History Month: Media Diet Ghosts of Afterville Dr Jeanelle Horcacitas, PhD Page 18 FEATURE RECIPE FOR RESILIENCY Chef Olivia Hernandez

Broadcasting on Discord AFTERVILLE2028 AIR-SHIP RADIO 10-11PM Pacific Wednesday Pm FLOW FREQUENCY, An Exploration of flow inducing music. Navigator: Tilt#6388 10-11AM Pacific Thursday

THE ARCADE Making it real and taking it home. Page 23 META MALL RATS Max Luthy Page 24 WHAT DOES SHOP LOCAL MEAN TO YOU? Ivan Winkler, Amy Winkler Page 26 STORE FRONT: Buy Green Wolf Goods!

Am MORNING CLUB, It’s mid-morning somewhere and time for a break. An eclectic mix of music and conversation. Navigator: Tilt#6388 10-11AM Pacific Last Fridays Afterville Archive Hour with Fidget. Join the community residents to discuss Afterville’ s past, present, and future! Guide. Fidgetdione ii


ORIGAMI AIR NETWORK is a membership organization united to “Feed the Good Wolf.” Founded in 2020 to homestead a Virtual Future with 10 pioneers from across work, age, heritage, belief and experience, we work in collaboration and a network of the best research and development organizations, universities and businesses to build the future of work and life. With a dedicated virtual network throughout Altspace, Discord, and Media Laboratories on campuses across the world, ORIGAMI AIR CO. has ample options for you to develop your research, project, or business with options for CO WORK, CO LABORATORY and CO PRODUCTION, 100% in extended reality!

Take a break from the wall of faces. Come thrive with us in Virtual Spaces!

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in AT THE CLARKE CENTER, the thing we’ve said more often recently is our shift to remote everything is the future Arthur C. Clarke made possible—he invented the idea for geosynchronous satellites and so the basis for all modern telecommunications — but our pandemic-driven transition has been more sudden that he would have guessed and has affected us in ways he couldn’t have predicted. Our Director, Dr. Erik Viirre, saw first-hand how the medical field and public flipped suddenly to massive use of telemedicine, for start.

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The brightest example of this was in the summer, when we gathered each week for a virtual airborne trip to the future and Afterville with the Origami Airships crew and a cast of pioneers (including two from the UC Speculative Futures Collective). Each journey in VR was exactly that: a visceral journey to explore not only the future of work and travel but the future of life and culture in North America—one in which concerns about social, environmental, and food justice, economic and urban-rural redevelopment, and political and communal reconciliation became the lingua franca for a co-created world-making project to surface possible, probable, and preferable futures. The process, led by the Origami Airship team, leveraged the affordances of VR to make these futures immersive, affective, and provocative—and to give all of us the excitement of travel, discovery and, most importantly, human connection while social distancing made meeting new people and sharing new ideas more difficult. On a personal level, one of the profound experiences of the last year for me was after attending a Zoom funeral for a friend.

As soon as it ended, we were scheduled to meet in VR in Afterville, so I slipped on my Oculus Quest and “walked” over to say hi to Joe and Trisha, telling them what I’d just come from. Joe nodded and expressed his sympathies, and Trisha offered a virtual hug—but when her avatar’s floating arms encircled the part of my visual field where I saw a virtual body when my actual one existed unseen, I felt the genuine warmth of a friend’s embrace. I felt the comfort of others, even if we couldn’t be in the same room. I still get a little shiver thinking about. It is just the beginning of what is possible at the intersection of XR technology and speculative futures methodologies. In Charlie Jane Anders’s story “The Turnaround,” published mid-pandemic, an XRenabled San Francisco enables the community to collectively imagine a better future for their city—and to use that vision as a guide for building it. Origami Airships makes that a reality for us now. Its value is great, and its impact is urgently needed. I’m looking forward to boarding again.

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Dr. Erik Viirre, Director Arthur C. Clarke Center for the Human Imagination while exploring virtual food experiences in Altspace.vr

[ TERM ] Blue Milk: Fantasy beverage featured the family meal settings of the Star Wars story world

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TO THE MEMBERSHIP In our effort to collaborate and make connections we rely heavily on the free information, art and labor humanity gives to the internet every day. When we find something so compelling, we don’t want to replace it with our own creation, we use this space to pass what we’ve found on to you. Thank you to these featured artists. We recognize that featuring you makes us look better and hope our community chooses to follow the links and support their work.

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“WITH ATTITUDE” Original, Digital Composite published to web by Ali GULIEC With Attitude - Ali GULEC (carbonmade.com) Reprinted with significant alteration. Original available for reprint ali@ikiiki.co JOIN UP “Bangkok XXIII - Airship Cargo” Original Digital Composite published to web Julien Gauthier Personal Art Web Gallery Reprinted in part.

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ORIGAMI AIR Journal from the Crew Navigator: Today I had a conversation about who owns your data in VR. I didn’t’ have this conversation as part of a study. We were not producing a television show or doing research for a collaborator. It wasn’t a Media Lab test, like our days back in USC. In 2021 We genuinely were in VR. In 2021 We genuinely needed to know. In 2021 We genuinely found it valuable, at every scale. To everyone. And, I had it at a water cooler. Water cooler moments represent the things we miss. The deep and random conversations about life and the implications of our work on the people around us. Just because you both share space.

Our lives have begun to seem like nothing but a flurry of notifications. A tiny bell that consumes the small, relaxed conversations, we once had around the water cooler. As we're drained to drained of energy to even look up from the next post we ask: Did social media destroy us? No, media has been social and visual. Ever since the day the first colorful hand-print went up on the cave wall. Once just one hand could stop time and record it in their image, the power dynamic on the planet shifted. Our current conflict is timeless. Media has always changed the world. Be it a handprint, Luther’s 95 theses, or an endless stream of videos of brutalized black bodies. Media has filled our air. Media is even more social. Media has become space. How we share it is up to us. See you around the water cooler.

TILT #6388

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AMY WINKLER

MAX LUTHY

JOSEPH UNGER

TRISHA WILLIAMS

Technical Artist and Education Program Developer for the U.S. and Canadian Games, Film, and VR Industry for 10 + years.

Former Director of Trends & Insights at TrendWatching. Entrepreneur with 10+ years in foresight. Delivered work for Spotify, Disney and Google.

20+ years of entrepreneurship and studio and video game development in the entertainment and game industries, including Sony, Zynga, and 2K.

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Welcome aboard from the crew to all this Season’s Membership and their guests!

Taking Reservations for Skyport Skybox 5-8. Contact crew for a tour.

Pardon Us, We’re Expanding! In addition to the O.A.S. [ Origami Air Ship ] EARTHRISE, we’re welcoming three new Air Ships to our Fleet and their Members to the Origami Lounge and Skyport. To help with your life in the Virtual Sky, Origami Air World Builders have added dedicated landing pads for our new friends in the clouds. Now, each member has direct access to their Air Ships for events and traveling to new worlds. Each Skyport Skybox is a private access point for conversation and to Origami Air’s ai flying car fleet & transit system, the Zephyr. ( Named for the train line that put passengers and their stories first. ) Let us do the flying. Each point in our transit system is here to help you find your way in the Metaverse.

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So, YOU, can get to point of relaxing and taking it in.

ORIGAMI AIR LATE WINTER FLEET

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Private XR Foresight Lounge access for members and guests

Broadcast Center and Media Production Studios

Virtual Travel, Events, World Building Expeditions, & Charters

Hangar, Crew Quarters Extended Reality Immersion Laboratory

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Frequent Air travelers know the best bars are local and best food is in the neighborhood. Keep our pocket maps handy on your phone, and make sure find your way to the best the metaverse has to offer.

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“These are the avatars of the trees” Rowan Ives Afterville Pioneer Druid of the Grove 9


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Audio Broadcast 10pm pacific Wednesday on discord w/ TILT

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The best part about office life is the catching up at the water cooler and the future of work has arrived on your headset. Everyone in the network is welcome to share in our casual,

behind the scenes watercooler at Origami Lounge.

the Future at Work

Take a break from your zoom calls with Origami. Hang out, Catch up, meet new people.

The future of work has arrived in VR! Find us on ALTSPACE in the Origami Lounge

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THIS YEAR, our Virtual Homestead on Altspace,

BLACK FUTURE HISTORY MONTH 2029

Afterville, celebrates the past and possible future. February 1st marks the first day of Black Future History Month. Our celebration seeks to amplify Black histories, voices, and people. As Resident Storyteller of Afterville, I invite you, and all our Afterville residents to share stories, art, music, films, culture and more that honors Black history, community and futures! I encourage readers to revisit narratives where Black people do not exist in the future. Why not? Why have Black people been excluded or underrepresented? More important, how can we ensure these stories are represented in OUR futures?

RECOMMENDED MEDIA DIET: In 1992, Derrick Bell’s short story “The Space Traders” imagined a future where the world makes a deal with aliens to trade its Black people in exchange for a renewed economy and environment. In 2017, director Jordan Peele debuted the film Get Out, and imagined a future where Black people’s bodies served as hosts that extended the lives of primarily white people and the next highest paying customer.

AFTERVILLE RESIDENT STORYTELLER Dr. JEANELLE HORCASITAS, PhD

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By returning to stories from the past we learn about the anxieties surrounding the futures of Black lives and stories. For example, how the lived experiences of racial segregation after the enactment of the Jim Crow laws are woven in 1920, W.E.B. Du Bois’s short story “The Comet.” A story that imagines an alternate reality where a Black man and a white woman could co-exist in the future together – but only after an apocalypse leaves them as the remaining survivors to finally recognize one another’s humanity. I share these examples as a starting point to begin to imagine futures where Black people are not exploited, excluded, or altogether erased from the future. I encourage you to revisit some of your favorite stories, poems, films, and other media by Black creators.

Octavia's Brood (akpress.org)

How Long 'Til Black Future Month? by N. K. Jemisin | Hachette Book Group

Consider how these stories are reconciling our histories and re-writing our united futures.

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Look for this artifact in the Origami Air virtual bookshelves in today and in your own soon as the ghosts a path beyond the holographic veil and to paper publication! Or, if you’re brave. just take a walk and discover if you can hear the voices of the ghosts of afterville.

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The FOLD Figure 1.1 Ethnographic Artifact Zoning Requirements. This artifact was created by Data Prospector and Futurist Maxwell Luthy, in preparation for guiding 10 virtual pioneers from across the USMCA to virtually homestead Cascadia. These zones would define the speculative fiction foundation on which the pioneers would build their virtual homestead, town, and society. Artifact Creator:

Maxwell Luthy 2020

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Pandemic & Economic Response initiative in collaboration with Arthur C Clarke Center for Imagination is an immersive infographic of 10 VR pioneer homesteaders experience through the 2020 Covid-19 Pandemic and ensuing lockdown referred to by the as “The Great Pause”.

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FOOD FUTURES VR SUPPER CLUB & MARKETPLACE ON ALTSPACE

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Recipe for resilience AFTERVILLE COMMUNITY CHEF olivia HERNANDEZ

WHAT IF YOU HAVE DONE NOTHING OTHER THAN THAT SINCE THE DAY YOU WERE BORN? For some, resilience isn’t something they think about, it is simply something they put into action every day of their sometimes very difficult lives. Resilience is different when you have been in survival mode your whole life. You rely on a whole different set of community stakeholders, advocates, or just yourself, really. I know this, because I spent the better part of my life undocumented, terrified, and unable to use many of the tools and opportunities others could use to excel because I did not have the right support structures. And if by chance I did, I never trusted any system that could have me deported.

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Struggle, and the overcoming of uncertainty, has just been one more variable in becoming the optimal Olivia Hernandez formula I have been forced to write myself. I think my experience of having a difficult starting point, so to speak, and having to leverage networks, kismet, community/social credit and my talents with food, has brought me to understand that resilience is in many ways based on building and sustaining community itself. Community can be described as a feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals. 20162020 certainly has put communities to the test. Many of us felt hopeless, attacked, and overwhelmed. This is especially true in disenfranchised communities where what brings you together is not what you have in common but what you commonly go without. It doesn't have to be this way. Resiliency can be built into new systems, but we have to meet each other where we are. Many of us are not at the same level on many key metrics of resiliency. How do we mesh so many starting points, transition periods and downright adversities into a resilience plan that works?

What’s your recipe for resilience?

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key ingredients:

Integration Pooling resources and attacking multiple issues at once.

Inclusivity Bringing all the stakeholders to the table to create collaborative energy and ownership.

Flexibility The ability to adapt to rapidly changing environments, especially in a crisis, is imperative when putting a resilience plan into action.

Robustness Core infrastructure is so often overlooked when we are trying to build fast to help others. A system with too many interdepencies can often break down when it is needed most and having the highest benefit.

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Assume the worst can happen and plan for alternative ways of getting resources.

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reflection No system is ever perfect, and we must always START and FINISH every initiative with why, how and what we can do better to meet others where they are.

AFTERVILLE COMMUNITY CHEF olivia HERNANDEZ

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Throughout my lifetime, America had more square footage of shopping per capita than any nation in the world. A powerful data point of American dominance, up there with annual military budgets and oil consumption. Multiple factors led to the decline of the shopping mall, yet the rise of e-commerce has been slow and steady wrecking ball. Same-day delivery. Click & collect. Amazon Prime. Gradually and then all of a sudden, the ‘third space’ of the mall was replaced by the brutal Bezosian efficacy of online retail. Forget the slow rolling escalators, cheerful muzak, blinking arcades, posturing teens and smells of the food court. Instead, wait for the brown box to arrive, smiling on your doorstep. Of course, with all its strengths in convenience and value, online commerce was lacking in social connections, shared experiences and delight. It turns out there was more to the activity of ‘shopping’ than mindless consumerism. In the wake of the pandemic, where isolation and boredom reached new heights – Origami Air and other innovators worked feverishly to program a new way. A digital highway to virtual malls where real experiences and real connections could take place. These malls of the metaverse are stocked with goods that straddle both the real and virtual world. A virtual dress for your avatar’s body can hang in store alongside a 3D model of shoes, available to purchase for your human body. Spending on digital goods is accelerating, as that they transcend the laws of the real world – infinitely customizable, unimaginable variation, verifiable by blockchain tokens. Origami Air passengers fly from storefront to storefront, make otherworldly memories and enjoy immersive arcades with new friends in our malls… yet we haven’t yet worked out how to recreate the rich smells of the food court.

MAXWELL LUTHY ORIGAMI PROSPECTOR & TRUSTEE

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BETWEEN 1970 AND 2017, THE NUMBER OF AMERICAN SHOPPING MALLS QUADRUPLED.

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REGIONAL FARMERS’ MARKETS. A local store. Wares from nearby designers. Simply, finding items made by small businesses. I’d even say “local” extends to hand crafted items made in the same state or country. Bottom line, “shop local” really seems to reflect a growing focus on products that are purposefully made by creative people.

The first artisan retail store opened in our metaverse By Afterville Resident Ivan Winkler

If you think about it, we are also growing more aware of the limitations of interacting with products through websites on a computer screen. That’s why we love Afterville! It’s a small, progressive Cascadian town set in 2028, but for small businesses, it features progressive ideas and designs that allow customers to experience products in a much more fulfilling way with Virtual and Extended Reality!

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My wife and I, I guess you could say we’re budding Afterville entrepreneurs, we founded Green Wolf Goods as a small crafting business here for several reasons. We make unique jewelry, gifts, and other creative wares, but finding our customers in today’s web-based market can be daunting, to say the least. In Afterville, we get to utilize innovations like a Virtual Storefront accessible on Altspace.vr from Microsoft to take our customers to that next level!

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Amy says, ‘we started Green Wolf Goods out of a desire to collaborate and create unique objects and shared experiences.’ Now, with all that Afterville offers we’re not stuck in the anonymous shops on like Etsy, Pinterest and we’re not limited to www.GREENwolfGOODS.com . With a real storefront in VR, we can share real time togeather. No matter what the future brings, we can reach our community. So Come, visit Afterville! While you’re touring our thriving virtual, town, stop. Sample some local Afterville Creations by Green Wolf Goods.

Just open your laptop, throw on your headset, and I’ll see you at the local market of the future!

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AFTERVILLE RESIDENT ARTISANS

IVAN & AMY WINKLER

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AFTERVILLE 2028 HOMESTEAD SIGN Limited –

BIRCH OR CHERRY SELECTION Made to Order 4x6 inches $35.00 ENGRAVED WOODEN RAVEN SKULL PENDANT The enduring symbol of the Cascadia and the Pacific Northwest captured in fire and timber like the land it represents. $22

SAVE THE BEE

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Delicately etched and hand assembled, Featherweight acrylic pendant celebrates the industry of the bee. % of every purchase goes to operation honeybee. $22

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RECOMMENDS

It’s the first time you have all the world, and all the metaverse in your hands at the touch of a button for cheaper than an airline ticket.

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If you’re joining us in AltSpace using a PC/Mac, or you happen to have two Virtual Reality Users in the same room, grab a pair of headphones to reduce “echo” for your fellow VR friends.

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“GOING TO BURNING MAN, BURNING MAN, BURNING MAN” [left] OAS Crew Members Joe Unger & Trisha Williams discussing world building with the creators. [right] max luthy in the camp. [ bottom ] Burning Man, Black Rock City experience on Altspace.vr in the summer of 2020

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AFTERVILLE DID YOU MAKE IT?

AFTERVILLE 2028 PIONEERS ARE Rowan Ives Mikaela Papageorgiou Iyad Abdi Jeanelle Horcacitas Dione Surdez Olivia Quintanilla Zach Horvath Sean Tyson Jack Abbot Dana Anton CASCADIAN IN RESIDENCE Ivan Winkler

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ORIGAMI AIR

Curation & Visualization Design Joseph Unger Trisha Williams Maxwell Luthy Amy Winkler Story Contributions from the Fold Dr. Jeanelle Horcasitas, PhD Olivia Hernandez [ story and photography ] Dione Oliver Ivan Winkler Rowan Ives Arcade & Development GreenWolfGoods.com CascaDía Market & VR Supper Club Afterville LATE! Live GGP Nerotropics Secret Beverage Company Dead Salmons Music World Building Workforce Development

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Uncover KC Brent Lager Arthur C Clarke Center for Human Imagination Patrick Coleman Network Development Greg Horowitt Produced By. Pigeon Hole Productions ORIGAMI AIR TRUST & NETWORK info@pigeonholeproductions.com

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