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The Extrapolation Factory is an exhibit and workshop created by Chris Woebken & Elliott P. Montgomery. It explores the what a dollar store might look like in the future, including outlandish products like the “Terabit Cortical Adapter” pictured above.

The Extrapolation Factory is an imagination-based assembly line for developing snapshots of future scenarios, embodied as artifacts for exhibition and sale in a Brooklyn 99ยข store.

In this workshop, participants cast present-day news, statistics, and developments into future products that will be exhibited at a ‘time-warp opening’ of the 99cent Futures store. The speculative methodology is intended to offer creatives, non-profits, students, and companies a tool for envisioning and presenting more imaginative visions for futures.

See Chris’s Flickr set for pics of the event and the fake products.

John Baichtal

My interests include writing, electronics, RPGs, scifi, hackers & hackerspaces, 3D printing, building sets & toys. @johnbaichtal nerdage.net


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  1. This sounds like it is a really cool place to browse. If I were still living in Brooklyn, you can bet I would head over and do a little shopping : )