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Le Lorraine Fab Living Lab : la 4ème dimension de l’innovation

Abstract : In June 2014, the first Fab Living Lab platform in Lorraine was inaugurated. A platform for prospective evaluation of uses in the service of innovation, the Lorraine Fab Living Lab® (LF2L) enables the co-creation, prototyping and testing of products and services dreamt up by citizens and companies wishing to participate together in the improvement of tomorrow's creative territories. We will describe the genesis of this scientific and technical device capable of accelerating the passage from the abstract idea or concept (2D) to their materialization (virtual or prototyped 3D) by evaluating them (4D - evolution scenarios). We will establish the link between the technologies it brings together and the ecosystem it generates: collaborative engineering, user involvement, materialisation of ideas, evaluation by use and capacity to innovate, and finally its associated mobile device, the Nomad'Lab, which enables us to get closer to companies. Finally, we will put its activities into perspective with regard to the societal innovations in which they are involved: support for scientific projects, assistance to companies in the fuzzy front-end of their innovation projects, support for the co-design of urban projects, making the LF2L available to the makers' community / open communities, etc.
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Laurent Dupont, Laure Morel, Pascal Lhoste. Le Lorraine Fab Living Lab : la 4ème dimension de l’innovation. Journées Hubert Curien, Université de Lorraine, Jun 2015, Nancy, France. ⟨hal-01331610⟩

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