What if every object in our homes was registered on the blockchain with all details about its production history, material composition, and its carbon footprint – and we could access it easily and playfully in AR?
Chain of Traceability explores how spatial computing can help consumers make better decisions – and the vision of a circular economy. If we combined a powerful object-recognition AI with a search engine like Google Lens, we could create a digital twin of everyday object in our homes – and visualise product knowledge to a new depth.
Revealing how big an impact a tiny detail can have.
The MULA toy crane with blocks is only made from 2 materials: solid beech wood (stained and covered in clear lacquer), and a neodymium magnet. Wooden toys give us a good feeling, but the smallest component, the magnet, has the highest energy cost due to its multi-step production process. Text by FIELD.IO