Alex (Merlin) Glowaski hastily sketches unwitting volunteers during tech conferences, at lightning talks, and in the wild.
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A couple of nights ago, Parisoma hosted Connected: A Combined SFIoT, SF Hardware, and Sensored (SF) Meetup. It was a giant combo pack of hardware goodness, with a panel consisting of Mike Kuniavsky, Rachel Kalmar, and Dan Saffer - with Jon Bruner holding court. A few of the more salient comments are written in, though good luck with the handwriting…
All this is leading up to O’Reilly’s Solid conference. Holy crap, that looks to be a crazy event.

A couple of nights ago, Parisoma hosted Connected: A Combined SFIoT, SF Hardware, and Sensored (SF) Meetup. It was a giant combo pack of hardware goodness, with a panel consisting of Mike Kuniavsky, Rachel Kalmar, and Dan Saffer - with Jon Bruner holding court. A few of the more salient comments are written in, though good luck with the handwriting…

All this is leading up to O’Reilly’s Solid conference. Holy crap, that looks to be a crazy event.

My great friend Rich DDT (http://richddt.blogspot.com/) gave us an overview of his work, including the Pulse of the City installation (http://www.dailydot.com/technology/pulse-of-the-city-project-sxsw/), which recently won the Interactive Art Award at SXSW. He also invited us to visit the REBOOT: Music exhibit that he and JB Kirby are curating at the San Jose Tech Museum — a really stellar grouping of interactive music artists, which I had the pleasure of helping out with!

Then, Tim Thompson gave us a demo of one of his Space Palettes (http://nosuch.com/tjt/index.html). These instruments, which respond to hand movements in beautiful wooden frames, are also part of the REBOOT exhibit.

Sensored Meetup (Lemnos Labs).

My great friend Rich DDT (http://richddt.blogspot.com/) gave us an overview of his work, including the Pulse of the City installation (http://www.dailydot.com/technology/pulse-of-the-city-project-sxsw/), which recently won the Interactive Art Award at SXSW. He also invited us to visit the REBOOT: Music exhibit that he and JB Kirby are curating at the San Jose Tech Museum — a really stellar grouping of interactive music artists, which I had the pleasure of helping out with!

Then, Tim Thompson gave us a demo of one of his Space Palettes (http://nosuch.com/tjt/index.html). These instruments, which respond to hand movements in beautiful wooden frames, are also part of the REBOOT exhibit.

Sensored Meetup (Lemnos Labs).