Daniel Fernández de Córdova & Juan Pablo Villegas Machina Wear

Daniel Fernández de Córdova & Juan Pablo Villegas   Machina Wear
2013-12-14 13:01:37
photo attribution: sean dreilinger durak.org

Machina makes music with nothing but the clothes on their backs. They are on the leading edge of an evolution where clothing merges with technology and integration becomes ubiquitous in every device we have. But that?s only the beginning. The second step will be clothing turning into exoskeletons, allowing people to do things that they couldn?t do before (lift heavier items, have better integration with computers, be able to jump higher). Then, biological components will allow us to build clothing that merges with skin, where a suit will no longer be an external part of the body (a little bit like a contact lens). Function, fashion, and form in concert.

Speaker: Daniel Fernández de Córdova, Co-founder, Machina Wearable Technology

DJ/Performer: Juan Pablo Villegas, internationally renowned artist

www.machina.cc/

www.facebook.com/pages/Machina-Wearable-Technology/228296…

Qualcomm Wireless Reach re:connect Space in the Black Box Theater

This is the space to interact with our speakers, your fellow attendees, and virtual visitors from around the globe. Meet the Qualcomm Wireless Reach project partners in Kenya, Japan, and Indonesia who are joining TEDxSanDiego online for the livestream and live discussion. Tweet yourself into the Minglestream by posting your questions, reactions, and inspirations using #TEDxSD.


The Big Wall in the Vroom

The Big Wall in the Vroom (Virtual Room) is a tiled display environment with four rows of eight displays for a total of 32 narrow-bezel NEC X551UN LCD displays with a 55" screen diagonal. Each of the displays has full HD resolution (1920x1080 pixels), adding up to 66 million pixels on the entire wall (15,360 x 4,320 pixels). We also support multi-channel audio, and use a four-camera optical tracking system from Vicon. All displays have been attached in 2x2 patterns to mounting structures, which are either installed in movable containers (OptiPortables) o

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TEDx San Diego 2013 (color photos)

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  • Description: photo attribution: sean dreilinger http://durak.org Machina makes music with nothing but the clothes on their backs. They are on the leading edge of an evolution where clothing merges with technology and integration becomes ubiquitous in every device we have. But that?s only the beginning. The second step will be clothing turning into exoskeletons, allowing people to do things that they couldn?t do before (lift heavier items, have better integration with computers, be able to jump higher). Then, biological components will allow us to build clothing that merges with skin, where a suit will no longer be an external part of the body (a little bit like a contact lens). Function, fashion, and form in concert. Speaker: Daniel Fernández de Córdova, Co-founder, Machina Wearable Technology DJ/Performer: Juan Pablo Villegas, internationally renowned artist http://www.machina.cc/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Machina-Wearable-Technology/228296413933200 Qualcomm Wireless Reach re:connect Space in the Black Box Theater This is the space to interact with our speakers, your fellow attendees, and virtual visitors from around the globe. Meet the Qualcomm Wireless Reach project partners in Kenya, Japan, and Indonesia who are joining TEDxSanDiego online for the livestream and live discussion. Tweet yourself into the Minglestream by posting your questions, reactions, and inspirations using #TEDxSD. The Big Wall in the Vroom The Big Wall in the Vroom (Virtual Room) is a tiled display environment with four rows of eight displays for a total of 32 narrow-bezel NEC X551UN LCD displays with a 55" screen diagonal. Each of the displays has full HD resolution (1920x1080 pixels), adding up to 66 million pixels on the entire wall (15,360 x 4,320 pixels). We also support multi-channel audio, and use a four-camera optical tracking system from Vicon. All displays have been attached in 2x2 patterns to mounting structures, which are either installed in movable containers (OptiPortables) o
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  • Image Description: photo attribution: sean dreilinger http://durak.org Machina makes music with nothing but the clothes on their backs. They are on the leading edge of an evolution where clothing merges with technology and integration becomes ubiquitous in every device we have. But that’s only the beginning. The second step will be clothing turning into exoskeletons, allowing people to do things that they couldn’t do before (lift heavier items, have better integration with computers, be able to jump higher). Then, biological components will allow us to build clothing that merges with skin, where a suit will no longer be an external part of the body (a little bit like a contact lens). Function, fashion, and form in concert. Speaker: Daniel Fernández de Córdova, Co-founder, Machina Wearable Technology DJ/Performer: Juan Pablo Villegas, internationally renowned artist http://www.machina.cc/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/Machina-Wearable-Technology/228296413933200 Qualcomm Wireless Reach re:connect Space in the Black Box Theater This is the space to interact with our speakers, your fellow attendees, and virtual visitors from around the globe. Meet the Qualcomm Wireless Reach project partners in Kenya, Japan, and Indonesia who are joining TEDxSanDiego online for the livestream and live discussion. Tweet yourself into the Minglestream by posting your questions, reactions, and inspirations using #TEDxSD. The Big Wall in the Vroom The Big Wall in the Vroom (Virtual Room) is a tiled display environment with four rows of eight displays for a total of 32 narrow-bezel NEC X551UN LCD displays with a 55" screen diagonal. Each of the displays has full HD resolution (1920x1080 pixels), adding up to 66 million pixels on the entire wall (15,360 x 4,320 pixels). We also support multi-channel audio, and use a four-camera optical tracking system from Vicon. All displays have been attached in 2x2 patterns to mounting structures, which are either installed in movable containers (OptiPortables) or suspended from above. The displays in the Big Wall are driven by 16 rendering PCs running CentOS Linux, each with dual Nvidia Geforce 580 graphics cards. Additionally, there are three separate control PCs (head nodes), each of them set up for one of the three supported software environments: CGLX, CalVR and SAGE. http://ivl.calit2.net/wiki/index.php/Infrastructure#The_Big_Wall_in_the_Vroom Qualcomm Wireless Reach Qualcomm believes access to 3G, 4G and next-generation mobile technologies can improve people’s lives. Qualcomm Wireless Reach™ is a strategic program that brings wireless technology to underserved communities globally and that supports the company’s long-term business goals. Wireless Reach invests in projects that foster entrepreneurship, aid in public safety, enhance the delivery of health care, enrich teaching and learning and improve environmental sustainability. The goal of Wireless Reach is to create sustainable advanced wireless projects that strengthen economic and social development. To date Wireless Reach has 88 projects in various stages of development in 34 countries. http://www.qualcomm.com/wirelessreach
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