RogLab Open 2014: The factory that is making itself

Numerous prototypes were developed during in RogLab's first year, 10 of which were represented at the exhibition. Forty-three designers, engineers, technicians, architects and artists cooperated in the production process. The prototypes were exhibited in winter 2013/14 at RogLab - the factory that is making itself.

Prototype development

While promoting cycling culture RogLab supported the development of two prototypes – the Bicycle lamp and the multi-purpose Ecocycle bag; research of modernistic architecture resulted in didactic architectural puzzles; thinking about sustainable development led to a modular garden box; questioning the accessibility of production tools led to the creation of an affordable motorised camera; the robotic conic partner and the drawing robot for children emerged from a combination of creativity and technology; supporting young creative minds encouraged the development of the electronic gadget; testing the advantages and limitations of contemporary technologies and materials for producing museum souvenirs led to an innovative cross between embroidery and the common everyday postcard. Over the past year RogLab also dealt with cultural and spatial policies and practices, which inspired a social game that eases the decision making process in cultural management. The active interest in urban culture can be "held responsible" for the folding quarterpipe, with which you can practice urban sports even in rural settings.

Project partners and sponsors

The exhibition was supported by the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Slovenia and the City of Ljubljana.

The exhibition was sponsored by ESAL d.o.o., Event Lighting, RPS, Singer Service, Tiskarna Grafos.

Bicycle lamp

An accessory you will never forget to take with you

Ecocycle bag

Multipurpose cycling bag

Foldable Quarterpipe

A mobile accessory for extreme sports

Images of Ljubljana

Embroidered postcards

Robots

Sonicpartner_macro, dancing and drawing robot

Second chance

A social game to aid cultural management

Splittr

An extension block for powering Apple devices

Vrt.bo

Modular garden for small areas