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What if the future was...low technology?

What if the future was…low technology?

Engineer by training, curious and enthusiastic, Corentin de Chatelperron opens up on ‘low tech’ (Local Technologies, Craftsmanship and Eco-Friendly) at a Bangladesh shipyard after studying.

At the end of 2016, this captain embarked on an eternal teenager smile Handy and creative team members In his lab on the boat, “Nomad of the Seas”, to tour the world in search of low-tech innovations. The Adventures of Coco (as he calls himself) is also an experience for independent living. From there he was born low tech labwhich is a collaborative research program on low technology

Aboard “Nomad of the Seas”
DR: Corentin de Chatelperron

In 2018, he embarked alone for 4 months aboard a Floating platform 70 m² From the bamboo, moored off the coast of Thailand, to experience a life of autonomy under restrictions.

After several years of exploration, 25 stops and more than 50 low-tech documentaries, the leader in the Low-tech Lab Association will Return to its main portConcarneau, next summer. This fascinating journey to learn about low-tech solutions began on February 23, 2016 and will end on June 25, 2022 with the return of the laboratory boat to Brittany.

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for this occasion, A low-tech village on the Quai d’Aiguillon will open from June 25 to July 3 To raise awareness, experience, discover and share the discoveries of Le Nomade des Mers as well as those of Low-tech Lab projects since its inception in 2013. Exhibitions, concerts, low-tech cuisine, visits to low-tech habitat, lab boat From the Low-tech Lab, there are demonstrations and conferences on the program for these nine days of festivities in Port Concarneau.

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What is “low-tech” and what is its purpose? How do you do the same with less card? Solar oven or refrigerator that works without electricity, does it really exist? And if so, would this “low tech” future be desirable, too?

Corentin de Chatelperron is with us today to answer all our questions.