We followed developping the scale factor of identity, and played with the mobility concept (trasport of human, goods, materia…), one of the biggest probems nowadays. We worked in a very conceptual (maybe too conceptual) way, dividing the world in time-slots and searching for a hierarchy that would result in a more efficient way of mobility in the world.

We also tried to define self-sufficiency, and based our research in the ecological footprint concept. Due to that concept, we tried to determinate a no-trespassing line which would be the average of all the aspects mentioned in RS1-WEEK1 post. We considered impossible to be self-sufficient in each one of them, so we tried to play, thanks to grashopper, with a graph that would include all those aspect and their self-sufficiency average.

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