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Athens

September 2015

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Athens

September 2015

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EkoTown festival


Amsterdamsebos, Amsterdam

21 & 22 June 2014

EkoTown festival


Amsterdamsebos, Amsterdam

21 & 22 June 2014

Ekotown is a 2 day lifestyle festival in Amsterdam were the focus is on sharing knowledge and inspiration about a biological way of life. Together with UMEF we proposed to make the PPPmachine run fully on green energy, locally produced at the festival.  

The PPP installation does not require that much power at all since most of the power comes from the visitor’s muscles. However the drying tower, the 3D-printers and some mobile phone chargers needed to be powered, so we had to come up with an idea to produce power.

To achieve this, we used wind, solar and human power to generate this needed energy. Since wind and solar energy are depending fully on the local condition, human power was needed as a back up. While there was almost no wind these days, it turned out to be very sunny, and the solar panels produced more than enough power to keep the machine running all day, without having to fall back on human or wind power. The combination of PPP, green energy harvesting and an electricity producing dancefloor is a green package deal for festivals by the name of Jack, the Green Plugin.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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MadNes festival


Strand Nes, Ameland

4-6 July 2014

MadNes festival


Strand Nes, Ameland

4-6 July 2014

Every summer a group of surfers, skaters and music lovers goes all the way north to the lovely island of Ameland to enjoy a weekend long festival named Madnes. With most of the PPP team being loyal visitors of this festival it was high on our ‘Places to go’ list for PPP. In the summer of 2014 we finally got the chance to show our project. Since the festival is founded and attended by surfers we could make an interesting connection with the Fover Fins project we were working on; 3D printing customized surfboard fins from recycled beach plastic. During the festival we did some experiments and printed several surf fins. The visitors were really enthusiastic and immediately understood the possible applications for recycling for 3D-printing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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VISITORS

3.000

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WASTE

Drinking cups

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PLASTIC

PLA

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PRODUCTS

150

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Makerfaire Rome


Rome

3-6 October 2013

Makerfaire Rome


Rome

3-6 October 2013

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MakerFaire Rome 2013

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Visitors

30.000

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Waste

Drinking cups

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Plastic

PS & PLA

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Products

220