Join us on May 20-22, from 12-5pm, as we celebrate the community and work created by the Spring 2016 cohort of the Autodesk Artists in Residence Program at Pier 9. Featured projects include work created by fine artists, roboticists, inventors, designers, and a host of other creatives. More info here.
. . . → Read More: Pier 9 AIR Show – May
I’m posting a lot of my work-in-progress to Instagram. If you’d like to check it out follow me there!
This July I’ll be back in Copenhagen teaching a 1-week Social Wearables class at CIID. Here’s the info:
Introduction to the intricate relationship between the human body and emerging technologies
Workshop Dates: July 25th – 29th, 2016
Keywords: wearables, wearable computing, wearable electronics, soft circuits, social, wireless
Description: Wearables are suddenly everywhere. . . . → Read More: Social Wearables at CIID – July 2016!
Part 1: torontowearables28.eventbrite.ca
Part 2: http://typebooks.ca/posts/64
See you there!
I’m really excited to make this announcement! We just clicked the “Launch” button on a shiny new Kickstarter campaign for the Vega Edge:
Angella Mackey and I have been scheming together about wearable electronics since we first started the Toronto Wearables Meetup together in February 2010. Since then Angella launched a fashion line (Vega) . . . → Read More: Vega Edge now available on Kickstarter!
Recently I co-founded the Toronto Wearables Meetup with fashion & technology expert Angella Mackey. Our mission statement is as follows:
The Toronto Wearables Meetup is a gathering of people interested in wearable technology, fashion, wearable electronics, soft circuits, electronic textiles, emerging materials, and other creative and innovative approaches to things that live . . . → Read More: Toronto Wearables Meetup
A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to present my “Initial Investigatory Research for Glacier-Human Communication Techniques” at the third Ignite Toronto. There was an amazing array of presentations. Be sure to check out the videos of the talks as well as fantastic photos by James Kachan. Special thanks to Michele . . . → Read More: Glacier Talk at Ignite Toronto 3