July 22, 2017

At the Russian Science-Technology Geek Picnic Festival

My Talk at Geek Picnic




Wow! I just returned from Russia and 10,000 people attended the Geek Picnic Festival! I enjoyed the workshops in makerspace, robotics and also wearable computing – they were great! I met wonderful people and many students interested in the future of science and technology – artificial life, AGI, uploading, brain systems, and more. It was a great experience!   Related PostsKalqueLord, Created in UAT Game Studios DV students hit El Rey Network with “Up Route” UAT to Host College Prep “G33K” Summer Camp for Young Adults with Autism UPDATE: UAT Student Competed in Unspoken VR Game Tournament Cyber Security Alumni…

Google I/O: Project Glass Demo

Google Glass, photo by Isabelle Olsson




Google’s Project Glass is a really exciting project, combining augmented reality and wearable computing. Wearable computers have been around for as long as computers have become small enough to be portable, but they haven’t become popular due to usability and form-factor issues. Google’s project aims to address both of these issues. Engadget has a great article and a pair of videos on Sergey Brin’s Project Glass demo from the Google I/O event. Link to this post!