Inside everyone is the will to expression. Inside each of us is a unique force that drives outwards. It comes out in any form that it can. Sometimes it is expressed more clearly, sometimes more powerfully. Authors Neil Gershenfeld and Louis Kahn both discussed the desire of creation within each individual.
The form the will takes depends on the available means for its communication. Gershenfeld described a manufacturing machine that I had never heard of before. Personal Fabrication is actually a series of machines and technology that can be programmed to create almost anything. He wrote that "personal fabrication will bring the programmability of the digital worlds we've invented to the physical world we inhabit." This new machine gives the individual a new freedom of expression. Gershenfeld's students used the machine for personal expression not product development. It is a form of literacy, another way in which the desire for expression is satisfied. The virtual world that Professor Saloojee lectured on is another new technology that frees the individual to new possibilities of expression. The virtual world removes the social or physical constraints that the will would encounter in the real world. Forms can be created in virtual reality that defies our world's gravity.
Limitations to expression are laws that prohibit some forms. At the same time they define the possible of expression. They set the ground rules. The will finds expression any way that it can. It notes its possibilities and moves through them. Individuals will always feel the force inside themselves. Changes in technology will just open new possibilities for expression, while limiting others.