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Lucinda C
  • yes I am. I just was trawling through work from last year trying to h=find something and revisiting this stuff makes me realize how much I have learned.
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373 days ago
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  Sydneyiot 2015
 
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Lucinda C 26 August
7 pm til 10 pm
 
Piccolo Films will host the first  Sydney Meetup and we will be teaching ourselves Arduino and other learnings sharings and doings.
Please come...
RSVP
 
LJC@PICCOLOFILMS.COM.AU
Lucinda Clutterbuck 
Piccolo Films
171 First Avenue Five Dock
0412 298 361
 
We hosted the first Sydney meetup.
It was attended by
Lewis Argall
Janine Cahill
Manuel (other)
Ian Wolf
Lucinda Clutterbuck
 
We worked played shared. Manuel and I talked about the phone.. a Poetic phone.
Janine made a Makey Makey bread board
Planning 
Ideating
Short Video of what we did.
Here is Ian Woolf's radio podcast
 
Select a Sherlock Holmes short story to read from the works of Arthur Conan Doyle. Keep an eye out for an object that you think would be interesting to bring to life in the 21st Century, meaning that the object should be something that could be infused with technology such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), by harnessing the power of the Internet of Things (IoT), Augmented Reality (AR) and/or Virtual Reality (VR). Write a text description and/or draw how your object would work today. Also please explain why you selected the object. Make sure to document your object in a word doc or google doc as you’ll be revisiting it with your partner next week.  
 
 
 
 
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Lucinda C
  • sure I can
 
Lance W
  • Think we can use it in a variety of ways. I like the community engagement measurement. Might be interesting to use it as a way to give attribution too. For instance to show how something evolves throughout the project. 
Lucinda C
  • Block chain YES. Very interesting
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