Disruptive Technology: Wearable Technologies

Presenters: Ken Baldauf, Florida State University & David Hensley, Cincinnati State University Google Glass, smart watches and jewelry, smart clothing, smart tracking, fitness bands, wearable cameras and even implants are connecting people to information, and collecting information about people, on a continuous basis. In this session, Ken and David examine the useful and disruptive applications of wearable technologies that are creating a more informed and exposed population. We will explore the latest wearable technologies from both the user's and developer's perspectives and examine related trends and technologies such as augmented reality, lifelogging, life-hacking, bio-hacking and the quantified self. Attendees will learn how wearable technologies can impact the computing curriculum, and how to prepare your students to take advantage of the new opportunities presented by wearable technologies, a disruptive tech that is about to change everything!

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Presenters: Ken Baldauf, Florida State University & David Hensley, Cincinnati State University Google Glass, smart watches and jewelry, smart clothing, smart tracking, fitness bands, wearable cameras and even implants are connecting people to information, and collecting information about people, on a continuous basis. In this session, Ken and David examine the useful and disruptive applications of wearable technologies that are creating a more informed and exposed population. We will explore the latest wearable technologies from both the user's and developer's perspectives and examine related trends and technologies such as augmented reality, lifelogging, life-hacking, bio-hacking and the quantified self. Attendees will learn how wearable technologies can impact the computing curriculum, and how to prepare your students to take advantage of the new opportunities presented by wearable technologies, a disruptive tech that is about to change everything!
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  1. Disruptive Tech: 3-D Printing

    Slide 1 - Disruptive Tech: 3-D Printing

    • Ken Baldauf, Florida State University
  2. The Plan

    Slide 2 - The Plan

    • 1. The ABC’s of XYZ’s
    • 2. Industrial Printing
    • 3. 3D Printing Applications
    • 4. 3D Printing in Higher Ed
    • 5. Makerspaces, Fablabs, Innovation Centers
    • 6. Why and how to get started!
  3. The ABC’s of XYZ’s

    Slide 3 - The ABC’s of XYZ’s

    • https://vimeo.com/98141127
  4. Industrial Printing

    Slide 4 - Industrial Printing

    • https://vimeo.com/98141566
  5. 3D Printing Applications

    Slide 5 - 3D Printing Applications

    • https://vimeo.com/98142286
  6. 3D Printing in Higher Ed

    Slide 6 - 3D Printing in Higher Ed

    • www.stackinglayers.fsu.edu
  7. Art

    Slide 7 - Art

    • Business
    • Biology
    • Chemistry
    • Classics/Archeology
    • Engineering
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Facilities
    • Facility for Art Research
    • Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Institute
    • Interdisciplinary Computing
    • Interior Design
    • School of Information
    • Law
    • Learning Systems Institute
    • Library
    • Mag Lab
    • Mastercraftsman Studio
    • Medicine
    • Molecular Biophysics
    • Physics
    • Scientific Computing
    • Theatre
    • 3D Printing inspires curiosity.
    • Curiosity inspires learning.
    • 3D Printing in Higher Ed
  8. 2015 Cengage Learning Computing Conference

    Slide 8 - 2015 Cengage Learning Computing Conference

    • 8
  9. Makerspace

    Slide 9 - Makerspace

    • With the rapid growth of technology, access to information and platforms for worldwide communication has become instantaneous and incredibly simple. It allows us to dream bigger and conceive of possibilities never previously imaginable. Where it begins to get tricky is having the actual tools and real world environment to transform ideas into physical creations. This is where Makerspace comes in.
    • http://milwaukeemakerspace.org
  10. Fab Lab is the educational outreach component of MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms (CBA), an extension of its research into digital fabrication and computation. A Fab Lab is a technical prototyping platform for innovation and invention, providing stimulus for local entrepreneurship. A Fab Lab is also a platform for learning and innovation: a place to play, to create, to learn, to mentor, to invent. To be a Fab Lab means connecting to a global community of learners, educators, technologists, researchers, makers and innovators - a knowledge sharing network that spans 30 countries and 24 time zones. Because all Fab Labs share common tools and processes, the program is building a global network, a distributed laboratory for research and invention.

    Slide 10 - Fab Lab is the educational outreach component of MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms (CBA), an extension of its research into digital fabrication and computation. A Fab Lab is a technical prototyping platform for innovation and invention, providing stimulus for local entrepreneurship. A Fab Lab is also a platform for learning and innovation: a place to play, to create, to learn, to mentor, to invent. To be a Fab Lab means connecting to a global community of learners, educators, technologists, researchers, makers and innovators - a knowledge sharing network that spans 30 countries and 24 time zones. Because all Fab Labs share common tools and processes, the program is building a global network, a distributed laboratory for research and invention.

    • http://www.uwstout.edu/discoverycenter/fablab.cfm
    • http://fablab.uta.edu/
    • http://legacy.arts.ufl.edu/aafablab/
    • http://www.fabfoundation.org/fab-labs/
    • Fablab Amsterdam
  11. Centers for Innovation…

    Slide 11 - Centers for Innovation…

    • Carnegie Mellon: http://www.cmu.edu/cie
    • Michigan State: http://innovation.msu.edu
    • Santa Clara University: http://www.scu.edu/business/cie
    • University of North Carolina: http://uncw.edu/cie
    • UC Irvine: http://merage.uci.edu/researchandcenters/beall
    • Seattle U: http://www.seattleu.edu/albers/programs/entrepreneurship
    • George Mason U: http://business.gmu.edu/innovation
    • Northwestern: http://fcei.northwestern.edu
    • UI Chicago: http://innovationcenter.uic.edu/wordpress
    • Carnegie Mellon University: Integrative Design, Arts and Technology Network (IDeATe)
  12. Slide 12

    • Georgia Tech Invention Studio
    • Innovation
    • 21st Century Skills
    • STEM, STEAM
    • Workforce Development
    • Entrepreneurship
    • Cross-discipline collaboration
    • Experiential Learning
    • ENGAGES STUDENTS
    • 3D printing technologies promote:
  13. Getting Started

    Slide 13 - Getting Started

    • Software
    • Design (create .stl file)
    • tinkercad.com
    • Sketchup
    • Utility
    • Slic3r (.stl > .gcode)
    • Pronterface (controls printer)
    • Hardware
    • Lulzbot Mini ($1350)
    • Makerbot Mini ($1375)
    • PLA Filament
    • Resources
    • www.thingiverse.com
    • kbaldauf@pic.fsu.edu
  14. Thank You!

    Slide 14 - Thank You!

    • Ken Baldauf
    • kbaldauf@fsu.edu
    • www.techminded.co
    • www.linkedin.com/in/kenbaldauf
    • www.facebook.com/kbaldauf