Dorkbot SoCal 35
Date & Time
May 17, 2009, 1pm
Machine Project

Presenters will include:

John Arroyo
John is a composer, producer and DJ and is involved with an iterative remix project called Remixin. He will discuss how music changes as it is iteratively remixed, which he calls “remix evolution”.

Jeremy Douglass
People need affordable learning games. Worldwide, 4.1 billion people earn under $3,000 per year, meaning that even a $100 computer is often out of reach for the world’s emerging middle class. Playpower is targeting a $10 platform based on the 8-bit 6502 microprocessor that makes learning games affordable for “the other 90%.” Playpower designs high quality learning games, conducts field trials to confirm that they work, and fosters collaborations between game designers, cognitive scientists and NGOs.

Open Dork
Have a project you have been working on and want to share it with the
Dorkbot SoCal crowd? You get 5 minutes to give a quick description of
your project or idea and get feedback from the group. No “formal”
presentation required!!

Ric Turner was originally scheduled for a presentation, but is unable to make it this time. Sorry!

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