85 21.01.2019 Attendees: Faina Iasen, Mark Osenmuk, Daria Meshkova, Anna Novitskaya, Ksenia Semirova, Dmitrii Liubimov, Angus Colvin. Approval of the agenda: Agenda is approved unanimously after its announcement. Minutes approved by: Ksenia Semirova, Faina Iasen, Emilli Monica Ramilison, Daria Meshkova, Anna Novitskaya, Mark Osenmuk. Opening Regular meeting of Frames Group started at 10:40 21.01.2018 in BHSAD by the chair Ksenia Semirova. Agenda Ksenia Semirova debriefs Angus Colvin on work that’s already done. Angus Colvin approves our efforts, recommends to proceed to the ideation stage — like brainstorming and playing out scenarios. Angus Colvin announces new deadlines — February 1st for the presentation and February 4th for the group labbook submission. No final physical prototype is expected. All members of the group are reporting on the “5 why’”s. Main and common sentiments: 1. The men behind the Metal Detectors’ are as, if not more, important as the devices themselves; 2. These men (referenced in the future as “Frame operator”) are under a huge amount of stress and redirect their frustration towards the public; 3. The technology in the widespread Metal Detectors’ models is subpar — it restricts how they can be installed; what materials can be detected and how precisely they can be detected; 4. Metal Detectors are frequently poorly set-up: the high-pitch noise annoying people around and their sensors can barely detect anything since they work in a wrong mode; 5. Is perceived safety as high as real safety and if no, how can we manipulate it in order to ease up this point of fatigue. 6. Are Metal Detectors in their current form really necessary for the safety? 7. Sometimes Metal Detectors create bottlenecks for the people — in a rush hour in Moscow Underground it’s pretty much their only function (intentional); 8. Metal Detectors do not eliminate the threats that will go off right in front the Safety Theatre; Daria Meshkova found the statistics of how many terrorist acts has happened in Russia since the Metal Detectors were installed in most public spaces. She has also mentioned that, according to the news sources, Israel backpedals on their policy of technology’s role increasement and downscale scanning technology in order to increase human’s role in threat detection. The areas of ideation that we the group decided to pursue: 1. Frame operator 2. Perceived safety 3. Technology and its appliance 4. Metal detectors’ tuning, positioning and appearance 5. Efficiency of the walk-through metal detector in its current form and in general Semirova walks Angus through the stuff that has been done by the group on this day. After that Angus Colvin asks people about the roles and if people understand them clearly. Angus Colvin recommends splitting the jobs that no one wants to do (like the group did with the Market Research). He also raises the question that as the creative field will narrow down it will be harder to utilize all 7 people equally and that management, while strict in administrative questions, should keep things more equal when it comes to creative processes. New entries 1. Dasha should make a time-lapse on the stadium; 2. Faina should make a time-lapse on metro; 3. Sketches for the scenarios as an outcome should be nice. Faina said that she and Monica can do it; Agenda of the next meeting 1. Finalization of the ideation stage (based on the new research input and current ideation statements); 2. Experimentation stage (if there will be enough time) Closure of the meeting The meeting was closed at 16:25 by the chair Ksenia Semirova. The time and date of the next meeting: 14:00 23.01.2019 in BHSAD. After the lunch the group has another meeting with Angus Colvin. Ksenia Approval of minutes: Minutes of the last meeting approved unanimously after its’ announcement.