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Solid Conference San Francisco 2015: Video Compilation

Video Description

Internet of Things? New hardware movement? Vive la différence!

The IoT is certainly a transformative development in technology, but the new hardware movement is an even bigger shift—one that’s driving the IoT and much more. With this complete video compilation of the Solid 2015 Conference in San Francisco, you’ll discover ways to apply the latest hardware, software, digital manufacturing, and IoT technologies to your business.

Hardware is becoming an agile discipline, making it easier to create physical products. The IoT promises to make everything intelligent and networked. Whether you deal in fashion or manufacturing, robotics or agriculture, this unique compilation puts you front-row center at every keynote, session, and jaw-dropping demo at this year’s conference.

Who will benefit from this video compilation?

  • Entrepreneurs and business leaders: invent entirely new business models, platforms, and workflows
  • Designers, engineers & programmers: make more beautiful and intuitive products
  • Manufacturers: learn how connected technologies will revolutionize manufacturing
  • Startups: build strategic relationships with manufacturers and designers
  • Investors and executives: see innovative work in the Solid Startup Showcase

Table of Contents

  1. Keynotes
    1. Why bio is the new digital - Joichi Ito (MIT Media Lab) 00:11:46
    2. Rethinking everyday things - Robert Brunner (Ammunition) 00:14:51
    3. The Machinist and the Artisan - Danielle Applestone (Other Machine Co.) 00:09:32
    4. The governance of innovation - Yancey Strickler (Kickstarter) 00:14:09
    5. From ordinary to enchanted: Designing embedded objects - David Rose (Ditto | MIT Media Lab) 00:12:33
    6. Pop-up Factory - David Cranor (Solid) , Mengmeng Chen (Seeed) , Marcelo Coelho (Marcelo Coelho Studio / Alike) , and Will Walker (Formlabs) 00:24:44
    7. Why the new hardware movement is even bigger than the Internet of Things - Jon Bruner (O'Reilly Media) 00:10:10
    8. Keynote with Quentin Mitchell 00:13:51
    9. Frictionless frameworks and the future of innovation - Kipp Bradford (The Kippworks) 00:13:06
    10. The Internet of Things That Do What You Tell Them - Cory Doctorow (craphound.com) 00:19:02
    11. Thinking It There, Doing It Here: Networked Playscapes - Edwina Portocarrero (MIT) 00:13:01
    12. Will Planned Obsolescence Kill Silicon Valley? - Rob Coneybeer (Shasta Ventures) 00:13:44
    13. Adventures in Technoarchaeology, Lunar Orbiter and ISEE-3 - Dennis Wingo (Skycorp Incorporated) 00:13:09
    14. How we taste: A brain teaser - Gwendolyn Graff (Wrigley) 00:21:19
    15. Startup Showcase winners announced 00:01:57
  2. Bio
    1. Getting started with synthetic biology - Charles Fracchia (MIT / Harvard Medical School) - Part 1 00:56:48
    2. Getting started with synthetic biology - Charles Fracchia (MIT / Harvard Medical School), Justin Pahara (Synbiota, Inc.), and Connor Dickie (Synbiota, Inc.) - Part 2 00:59:31
    3. Getting started with synthetic biology - Charles Fracchia (MIT / Harvard Medical School), Justin Pahara (Synbiota, Inc.), and Connor Dickie (Synbiota, Inc.) - Part 3 00:56:18
    4. Getting started with synthetic biology - Charles Fracchia (MIT / Harvard Medical School) and Joel Dapello (Ken Oh) - Part 4 00:56:58
    5. Robots doing biology - Peter Sand (Modular Science) 00:29:20
    6. Assembling custom DNA anytime, anywhere - Connor Dickie (Synbiota Inc.) and Justin Pahara (Synbiota Inc.) 00:53:58
    7. Building a beautiful future: Consumer biotechnology and the power of "Wow!" - Keira Havens (Revolution Bioengineering) and Nikolai Braun (Revolution Bioengineering) 00:50:27
    8. Engineering biology with Antha - Sean Ward (Synthace Ltd) 00:41:45
  3. Data
    1. Beyond the hype: Mapping the value of IoT - Michael Chui (McKinsey Global Institute) 00:40:58
    2. Data rich and attention poor: Intention-based data architecture for intuitive IoT design - Abe Gong (Human Centric Data Science) 00:27:45
    3. I've got a ton of sensor data...now what? Five approaches to value extraction from Internet of Things data - Cameron Turner (The Data Guild) 00:27:57
    4. Sparking a revolution – monitoring the bulk power system for geomagnetic disturbances - Sean Murphy (JHU) and Jerry Schuman (PingThings) 00:34:14
  4. Design
    1. Handling intermittency and latency: UX design, power management, and real-world networking - Claire Rowland (Independent) and Elizabeth Goodman (confectious) 00:44:52
    2. Designing microinteractions for connected devices - Dan Saffer (Jawbone) 00:51:27
    3. Communicating through the language of design - Philippa Mothersill (MIT Media Lab) - Part 1 00:58:11
    4. Communicating through the language of design - Philippa Mothersill (MIT Media Lab) - Part 2 00:23:12
    5. Communicating through the language of design - Philippa Mothersill (MIT Media Lab) - Part 3 00:46:39
    6. Hardware without hardware: Making as little as possible while rapidly exploring novel digital product ideas - Mike Kuniavsky (PARC) - Part 1 00:42:10
    7. Hardware without hardware: Making as little as possible while rapidly exploring novel digital product ideas - Mike Kuniavsky (PARC) - Part 2 00:33:03
    8. Understanding industrial design: Principles for UX and interaction design - Simon King (IDEO) 00:38:01
    9. Semantic listening: Experiments in capturing context, not content - Noah Feehan (New York Times R&D Lab) 00:37:13
    10. User research for the Internet of Things - Kate Benson (af83) and Aurélia Lacombe (af83) 00:30:12
    11. Zero UI: The end of the screen-based interface - Andy Goodman (Fjord) 00:43:56
    12. Using (big) data to reduce risk while building hardware. - Chris Gammell (Supplyframe) 00:26:03
    13. Interacting with a world of connected objects - Tom Coates (Thington Inc.) 00:55:00
    14. Crowds, algorithms, and computation: The new materials of design - Matthew Milan (Normative) 00:38:36
    15. The physical world as interface to the digital world - Valentin Heun (MIT Media Lab) 00:30:44
    16. Experience design for IoT security: Inspiration from building architecture - Ame Elliott (Simply Secure) 00:36:03
    17. Connecting home: Designing for the systems of the whole family - Anna Shaw (Consultant) and Murphy Freelen (Consultant) 00:37:30
    18. The design of personalities and natural language UX - Mark Stephen Meadows (BOTanic, LLC) 00:44:15
    19. AI + psychology + robots = patient engagement - Cory Kidd (Catalia Health) 00:38:39
    20. Designing for Dialog: Speech and Transmodal Design for the Internet of Things - Tony Sheeder (Nuance Communications, Inc.) 00:43:01
  5. Frontiers
    1. Reality has changed - Helen Papagiannis (Augmented Stories Inc.) 00:23:46
    2. Moonshots and the physical world - Astro Teller (Google) 00:39:16
    3. Beyond Hadoop: What the world's devices could tell us and how we might affect social change - Mike Olson (Cloudera) 00:28:04
    4. Music, machines and meaning: What art teaches us about robotics and networks - Andrew Cavatorta (http://andycavatorta.com/) 00:45:04
  6. Get It Made
    1. Why can't hardware be more like software? - Thomas Kennedy (ReFactory) 00:40:32
    2. 2D vs. 3D vs. 4D prototyping: The right resolution for the right prototype - Ryan Vinyard (Highway1) 00:20:53
    3. One year to production: Manufacturing a smart device for 100k - Julia Ko (SurePod Corporation) 00:34:40
    4. Getting it here - Renee DiResta (Haven) 00:41:46
    5. The manufacturing triangle: The key to hardware success - Scott Miller (Dragon Innovation, Inc.) 00:47:41
  7. Protocols & Platforms
    1. HTTP is not enough - Matt Biddulph (Thington Inc) 00:35:54
    2. ABCs of IoT consortiums - Ian Skerrett (Eclipse Foundation) 00:38:36
  8. Sponsored
    1. Dematerializing auto manufacturing - Kevin Czinger (Divergent Microfactories, Inc.) 00:14:20
    2. Killer apps will propel IoT adoption - Rob Soderbery (Cisco) 00:10:43
    3. Primordial - when things wake up - Mickey McManus (Autodesk) 00:11:58
    4. A conversational Internet of Things - Nick O'Leary (IBM) 00:32:33
  9. Startups
    1. Hardware by the numbers - Ben Einstein (Bolt) 00:45:14
    2. Indiegogo: The feedback channel for your new hardware products - Kate Drane (Indiegogo) , Gavin Fish (Light Harmonic) , Peter Hoddie (Marvell) , and Greg Roberts (Icontrol Networks) 00:47:18
    3. The facts about my hardware startup failure - Eduardo Torrealba (torrealba.io) 00:52:16
    4. Launch Academy: Your guide to launching a hardware company - Katherine Hague (The Blueprint/ShopLocket) 00:38:32
    5. Around the block again: Tricks and tools learned in the trenches building a follow-on product - Ian Ferguson (Formlabs) 00:38:16
    6. Empathic engineering for the internet of experiences - Fotini Markopoulou (Team Turquoise) 00:39:52
    7. Machine intelligence to free human intelligence: How automation helps you win - Roger Chen (OATV) 00:41:13
  10. Technology
    1. Programming the Internet of Things with Node.js and HTML5 - Michael McCool (Intel) , Rex St. John (Intel) , and Ramesh Peri (Intel) - Part 1 00:43:00
    2. Programming the Internet of Things with Node.js and HTML5 - Michael McCool (Intel) , Rex St. John (Intel) , and Ramesh Peri (Intel) - Part 2 00:51:35
    3. Programming the Internet of Things with Node.js and HTML5 - Michael McCool (Intel) , Rex St. John (Intel) , and Ramesh Peri (Intel) - Part 3 00:59:58
    4. Workshop: Design a PCB from start to finish - Matthew Berggren (Supplyframe) - Part 1 00:43:51
    5. Workshop: Design a PCB from start to finish - Matthew Berggren (Supplyframe) - Part 2 00:44:07
    6. Workshop: Design a PCB from start to finish - Matthew Berggren (Supplyframe) - Part 3 00:36:10
    7. Workshop: Design a PCB from start to finish - Matthew Berggren (Supplyframe) - Part 4 00:36:15
    8. Workshop: Design a PCB from start to finish - Matthew Berggren (Supplyframe) - Part 5 00:58:25
    9. Workshop: Design a PCB from start to finish - Matthew Berggren (Supplyframe) - Part 6 00:56:33
    10. Workshop: Design a PCB from start to finish - Matthew Berggren (Supplyframe) - Part 7 00:47:22
    11. Workshop: Design a PCB from start to finish - Matthew Berggren (Supplyframe) and Ezra Spier (Other Machine Co.) - Part 8 00:40:26
    12. Hands-on Bluetooth low energy - Don Coleman (Chariot Solutions) , Alasdair Allan (Babilim Light Industries) , and Sandeep Mistry (Toushay) 00:36:51
    13. Adafruit.IO: Empowering people to build an Internet of Things they trust - Tony DiCola (Adafruit) 00:41:42
    14. Safeguarding the IoT: Designing security from the ground up - Hugo Fiennes (Electric Imp) 00:47:47
    15. Listen to your product; it knows more than your customer - Russ Fadel (ThingWorx) 00:34:31
    16. Cloning Immersive Environments - Jeff Gray (Spies & Assassins) , Mike Dory (kbs+ | Spies & Assassins) 00:40:27
    17. The Internet of Pwned Things: Securing the connected home - Elissa Shevinsky (Jekudo Privacy Company) 00:40:14
  11. Building / Manufacturing
    1. How to manage China - Zach Supalla (Particle) and Will Hart (Particle) - Part 1 1:00:12
    2. How to manage China - Zach Supalla (Particle) and Will Hart (Particle) - Part 2 00:54:57
    3. How to manage China - Zach Supalla (Particle) and Will Hart (Particle) - Part 3 00:51:02
    4. Building a drone - Buddy Michini (Airware) - Part 1 00:50:07
    5. Building a drone - Buddy Michini (Airware) - Part 2 00:44:53
    6. Creating a paradigm shift in manufacturing - Douglas Woods (AMT - The Association For Manufacturing Technology) 00:46:05
    7. How to make an Othermill: From milk jugs to your door - Danielle Applestone (Other Machine Co.) 00:27:33
  12. Product Dev
    1. The Gift – designing for the future - Kuan Luo (Etsy) - Part 1 00:53:56
    2. The Gift – designing for the future - Kuan Luo (Etsy) - Part 2 00:33:04
  13. Heavy Industry/Intelligent Enterprise
    1. Being Bayesian: Strategies for modeling before, during, and after product creation - Patrick Kalaher (frog) 00:30:04
    2. Platforms, devices, and interoperability in the smart home - Chris Boross (The Thread Group) 00:41:19
    3. Manufacturing disruption driven by the Internet of Everything - Tony Shakib (Cisco Systems) 00:30:36
    4. Augmented reality and the future of work: Combining hardware and software to create an instant expert - Brian Mullins (DAQRI) and Stacy Scopano (Autodesk) 00:48:55
  14. Security
    1. Blurred lines - Nitesh Dhanjani (Ernst & Young LLP) 00:37:01
    2. IoT security cornerstones - Brian Witten (Symantec) 00:34:50
  15. Society
    1. Many-to-Many: Designing Crowd Interactions - Marcelo Coelho (Marcelo Coelho Studio / Alike) 00:40:39
    2. Essential self technologies: Body-based wellness machines - Linda Stone and Kelly Dobson (RISD) 00:43:53
    3. The Internet of Medical Things - Brad Younggren (Mobisante) 00:45:50
    4. Building connected products that help disabled people - Ross Atkin (Ross Atkin Associates) 00:43:58
  16. Tools
    1. Origami for VR: Architecting virtual 3D spaces with paper - Jody Medich (Leap Motion) 00:31:37
    2. Intro to inertial sensors: From taps to gestures to location - Elecia White (Logical Elegance and Embedded.fm) 00:49:03
    3. We suck at attaching objects to people - Arthur Petron (MIT Media Laboratory) 00:38:00