Matthieu Libeert Industrial product designer

Inspiration

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Inspiration found on the internet

Posted by Matthieu on September 26, 2012 at 5:25 PM Comments comments (0)

New Camera

Posted by Matthieu on August 20, 2012 at 8:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Got myself a new camera, ready to make some more tutorials and film all my projects to share with all of you!

first testshot's, haven't got much time to test it out yet but will have loads of fun with it and will be more than happy to share my movie's and pictures with you.

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this is a video made with the camera and slowmotion with twixtor in Adobe Aftereffects

Moodboard 21 august 2012

Posted by Matthieu on August 20, 2012 at 7:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Mechanical principles

Posted by Matthieu on December 18, 2011 at 1:10 PM Comments comments (0)

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tandwielen en overbrenging

Be linnen

Posted by Matthieu on December 18, 2011 at 1:05 PM Comments comments (0)

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video over Vlasvezel

week van het ontwerpen 2011

Posted by Matthieu on July 17, 2011 at 5:59 PM Comments comments (0)

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aan 00:30 min is het ontwerp van de Alessi frietsnijder te zien en op 4:09 min de render voor de kusttram

 

Jeremy Rifkin over wereldproblematiek en de toekomst van onze planeet

Posted by Matthieu on June 11, 2011 at 11:36 AM Comments comments (0)

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Volgens Rifkin hangt alles af van de vraag; hoe we met energie omgaan?

Blijven we vasthouden aan fossiele brandstof dan staat het voortbestaan van de mens op het spel.

Gaan we over naar een duurzame samenleving waarin iedereen zelf energie opwekt en uitwisselt dan hebben we een kans om te overleven.

Hij baseert zijn 'Third Industrial Revolution' op vier pijlers:

1.de produktie van hernieuwbare energie

2.de herinrichting van de gebouwen zodat deze instaan voor hun eigen energieverbruik en beperking van hun CO²-uitstoot

3.de opslag van energie om plotse uitvallen op het energienetwerk te voorkomen

4.de verdeling van de energie via smart grids waarbij elke gebruiker ook leverancier wordt.

Deze vier pijlers vindt Rifkin terug in Vlaanderen in Actie, het toekomstplan waarmee de Vlaamse Regering naar de top vijf van Europese regio's wil tegen 2020. De Vlaamse doelstelling om tegen 2020 minstens 13 % van de totale energievoorziening uit hernieuwbare energie te halen, springt het meest in het oog.

Binnenkort nemen Jeremy Rifkin en minister-president Kris Peeters weer contact met elkaar op. Ook Vlaams minister van innovatie Ingrid Lieten en Vlaams minister van energie Freya Van den Bossche zullen hierbij betrokken worden. Op de agenda staan dan de mogelijkheden bij een eventuele samenwerking met Jeremy Rifkin in verband met de verdere uitbouw van het Vlaamse energiebeleid

movie about climate change and scenario's

Posted by Matthieu on June 11, 2011 at 11:33 AM Comments comments (0)

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EcoARK Pavilion made from 1.5 Million Plastic Bottles Ecoark Pavilion

Posted by Matthieu on June 11, 2011 at 11:20 AM Comments comments (7)

Here at Inhabitat we’ve showcased a host of amazing structures made from repurposed bottles, but we’ve never a project as polished and sleek as this. The Far Eastern Group sponsored this three story “EcoARK” movable Fashion Pavilion for the 2010 Taipei International Expo. The just-finished structure features walls made entirely out of plastic bottles and it’s built to withstand earthquakes and hurricanes. These aren’t your average-joe coke bottles, however — they’re POLLI-Bricks by miniWIZ!

“EcoARK is the world’s lightest, movable, breathable environmental miracle,” said Douglas Hsu, Chairman of the Far Eastern Group. Though POLLI-Bricks have been used here on a grand scale in the EcoARK they can be used to make anything from a vase to a garden wall to a house. Just a small amount of silicone is placed between the bricks to make a bond between their specially designed interlocking structure.

It took 1.5 million POLLI-Bricks to make the sturdy EcoARK. The 130 meter long structure is completely deconstructable — it can be taken apart and reassembled at another location, kind of like a giant LEGO building. To top off the eco-cred the building was engineered to withstand large earthquakes and typhoons. Sounds like Taipei will be able to repurpose this building for a long time to come.

Green Design Will Save the World

Quote Steve Jobs (Apple)

Posted by Matthieu on May 26, 2011 at 6:30 PM Comments comments (0)

"You can not not design products by

 listening to the people, often people only

realise what they want, when you show it

 them yourself"


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