Philipp Ronnenberg


Philipp is a trained computer scientist and design graduate of London´s Royal College of Art.

He is passionate about democratizing technology, open-source phenomena,
making-hacking culture and digital protest.

Philipp is researching and prototyping concepts for future interactive systems, applications and products in alternative realities and on the intersection between reality and speculation.

He studied Computer Science at the University of Bremen, Digital Media at
University of Arts, Bremen and Design Interactions at the Royal College of Art, London.

He founded OpenPS.info and is proud of IoTAcademy.org



* 2014 Jun Interview Contagious Upstarts

* 2014 Mar “OpenPositioningSystem” featured on rhizome.org

* 2013 Nov “Social Teletext Network” featured on Wired.co.uk

* 2013 Nov “Sewer Cloud” featured on DazedDigital.com

* 2013 Nov “Post Cyberwar Series” interview on uncubemagazine.com

* 2013 Oct “Social Teletext Network” featured in Wired UK October print and iPad issue

* 2013 Jul “Post Cyberwar Series” interview on BBC, Outriders

* 2013 Jul “Post Cyberwar Series” featured on nerdcore.de

* 2013 Jul “Post Cyberwar Series” featured on Wired.com

* 2013 Jul “Post Cyberwar Series” interview on we-make-money-not-art.com

* 2013 Jun “Post Cyberwar Series” featured on designweek.co.uk

* 2013 Mar “OpenPositioningSystem” featured on Fastcodesign.com

* 2013 Mar “OpenPositioningSystem” featured on Theverge.com

* 2013 Feb “OpenPositioningSystem” featured on we-make-money-not-art.com

* 2013 Jan “OpenPositioningSystem” interview in Dazed & Confused, UK Magazine for youth culture

* 2012 Jul “Forestview” featured on selekkt.com

* 2012 Jun “Forestview” featured on NOTCOT.com

* 2012 Jun “Forestview” featured in De:Bug, German Magazine for digital culture

* 2011 Dec “Occupy! A public library archive”, featured in “Robot cleaners and the Museum of Me: Intel’s vision of the future”, guardian.co.uk

* 2011 Dec “Occupy! A public library archive”, British Library, London, UK

* 2010 Nov PLOT, Magazine for temporary Architecture, Germany

* 2010 Jun VIER, Magazine University of the Arts Bremen, Germany