The Gray Area Foundation For The Arts (http://www.gaffta.org/) had a workshop for teachers of middle school students. They created a nice gender-neutral bracelet for sports fans using BlinkM MinMs (http://minm.thingm.com/) As Grace says: “The workshop went well. I had two teachers as my students, one who teaches middle school and one who writes curriculum for a children’s camp. They were both very interested in the MinMs and their potential to be used in teaching. One issue that came up was that one of the teachers was trying to come up with a gender neutral design and decided to make a 49ers wristband and wanted the LED to flash red, then yellow. However, we realized that there was no way to […]
The theme for the Caltech Entrepreneurs Forum’s November event was “The Internet of Things, Arduinos and the ‘Maker Entrepreneur’“. Tod’s talk “Intro to the Arduino Entrepreneurial System” touched on all these topics. The entire event was a blast, including a wonderful talk about commercial making with open source by Quinn of QtechKnow. Slides with notes and MP3 audio of the entire event are below.
On 16 October, Mike will be on an IOT Guru Panel with the CEO of Dragon Innovation, CEO of Bug Labs, and CEO of Libelium. They’ll be discussing how they expect the IoT to evolve over the next few years and which vertical markets will see the greatest impact. Also, back in July, Robert Scoble with his Google Glass interviewed Mike at PARC. Be sure to check out the video:
Mike gave a great talk at Augmented World Expo 2013. (as did ThingM advisor and good friend Ben Cerveny!) AWE brings together people to talk about the latest in augmented reality. Mike’s talk was titled “Sculpting the Augmented World”. Slides and notes are below. He was also interviewed by AWE.tv and that’s up on Youtube now. Sculpting the Augmented World: Scale and Narrative in Augmented UX design by Mike Kuniavsky
Mike gave a great talk at the recent IoT Meetup March 2013 Event: Mike Kuniavsky from SF IoT Meetup on Vimeo. Here’s a mention of his talk on GigaOm. And Mike was also recently interviewed for a piece in FT on US gadget manufacturing
ThingM co-founder Mike will be speaking at the SF IoT Meetup on 28 Mar 2013 at Runway Incubator. If you’re in the Bay Area, you should definitely check it out. Get tickets here. He’ll also be speaking at this insanely nerdy awesome thing called the “FlexTech Alliance for Displays & Flexible, Printed Electronics” on 17 April 2013 in San Jose. His topic is “Tiny, Connected and Worn: Rapid Manufacturing, Cloud Services and Wearable Devices”.