Hey team! Love your work. Im really interested in getting in touch with you
guys to let you know we have pitched your idea to Australia! But with a
twist that i think you guys will absolutely love.
Please feel free to contact me on signal or whatsapp anytime on 0400807942.
This pitchis going to be huge. Its all about how we respond "whole of
government" to a disaster. How do we power your disaster radio with AI.
Mob: 0400 807 942
Hi I'm not sure if anyone has the time/inclination to chat to any of these people?
The Hackaday Prize <prize(a)hackaday.com>
8 Jul 2020, 00:01 (1 day ago)
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Thank you for your awesome entry into the Hackaday Prize, we are so excited to watch the development of your project!
We thought you'd be a great fit to participate in one of our upcoming mentor sessions. This is an opportunity to get direct feedback on your project from industry experts and Hackaday team members. Sign up for sessions using this form. https://forms.gle/oKmcg6YeNUzb8Xwp6
Here's more information on the upcoming sessions:
Wednesday July 8th with Aragna Ker from UCPLA @12pm PT
Adaptive Design Manager, UCPLA
A native of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, Aragna Ker was born in 1974. He received his BFA in Painting from the San Francisco Art Institute in 1999, and his MFA in Sculpture at Claremont Graduate University in 2004. He is currently the Adaptive Design Manager for United Cerebral Palsy of Los Angeles.
Wednesday July 9th with Eric Weinhoffer @12pm PT
Lab Manager, Astranis
Eric is a Mechanical Engineer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Eric leverages his vast experience in product design, mass manufacturing, and rapid prototyping to help companies ship hardware.
Tuesday July 14th with Christine Sunu @12pm PT
Developer Engagement, Twilio
Christine has worked in technology, media, medicine, and art. During her residency at Supplyframe DesignLab, Christine developed her HaRoCo robots, which are designed to help people achieve personal goals, become healthier, and feel more emotionally grounded. Her work meshes the advantages of modern, Internet connected, and "smart" technology with our everyday, tactile, emotive world.
Let us know if you have any questions.
2020 Hackaday Prize Team