SUPERMATTER MAJOR SCIENTIFIC BREAK-THROUGH
Swiss Scientists develop 3D printing technology that allows users to re-materialise disused matter into new spatial configurations.
ANASTASIA GLOBA DAVID COOK STUART TAYLOR
Material is fed into â€˜RE-MAT-MiXersâ€™ which transform redundant material into an ethereal solution which, with the application of parametric code, is transformed into useful matter.
The natural development of this technology leads to the inception of teleportation technology where the user can rematerialise instantly anywhere in the world.
New way of movement in space
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SPATIAL ALLOTMENT SCHEME networked even distribution of individual spatial allotments
This leads to the New Zealand Government introducing a spatial allotment scheme without any traditional streets, devised as the most democratic means of evenly distributing matter and space (or MA$)
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EVOLUTION of individual Allotments
The evolution of the urban fabric sees dramatic reconfiguration from individual plots within space to an organic agglomeration with no need for circulation as disused materials are re-programmed as useful space
SPACE AND MATTER DISTRIBUTION social inequity due to commodification of space and limited resources
Inevitably, the commodification of space and (limited) matter results in a social inequity which ironically mimics the current urban stratification.
Reflection individual matter
Each person is free to manipulate their own allotment, dependent only on the materials available to them and the arrangement of their proximate neighbours
SINGLE ALLOTMENT Each person is free to manipulate their own allotment
JUNK SPACE Over time incremental slithers of space become lost as junk space
Because spaces can only equal (or be lesser to) the input materials, space gradually begins to shrink as matter is lost as ‘junk space’ – much like coins down a couch
Entrepreneurial “second-hand space dealers” realise the economic potential of such junk space, buying the decreased allotments and turning them upside down to gather the ‘slithers’ of junk space which are then collected into significant parcels.
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