I’m thrilled to announce the Intel-sponsored Extreme Wearables Designathon taking place at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA June 27-29.
The Designathon is a three day making fest where multidisciplinary teams of designers, engineers, scientists, storytellers come together to fashion wearable technology prototypes that can truly change lives.
I, along with a team of experts, will be leading the 3 day making festivities so I hope you can join. If access to 3D printers, free Adafruit Flora Sensor Kits, and sewing machines isn’t enough to wet your appetite, winning teams have the chance to win $1,000 Cash from Intel® Corporation + opportunity to pitch at WearableTechLA + free entry to WearableTechLA + project feature on gizmodo.com
Spaces are limited so register today!!
Media Design Practices @ Art Center College of Design +
Intel + MakeItWearable presents:
EXTREME WEARABLES DESIGNATHON
A Fun and Intense 3–Day Wearable Technology Making Fest.
June 27–29, 2014
Try your hand at designing wearable technology for
extreme conditions that people face now and in the future,
from water scarcity to superhuman sensory perception.
Designers, hackers, researchers, storytellers, and scientists
will come together to design and build working prototypes of
new body-centric products and services.
Winning teams will receive $1,000 and free admission to WearableTechLA where they can
pitch their projects to industry leaders.
Art Center College of Design | South Campus
950 S. Raymond Ave. Pasadena, CA 91105
Registration is free and space is limited.
Visit artcenter.edu/mdp/events/extremedesignathon/ to learn more