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Video: Dorkbot SoCal Meeting - April 5, 2008



A short video from this weeks Dorkbot SoCal meeting.


Speaker Description:

Thomas Edwards is a technology artist who is a recent transplant from Washington, DC (where he co-founded Dorkbot DC). He will be presenting "Phy2Phy", his campaign to link physical objects to other physical objects using the Interent. Phy2Phy concentrates on de-localization of interaction through the use of affordable hardware devices, and parallels the displacement of his own recent transcontinental journey.

Other speakers included Damon Seeley from Electroland, Gilad Lotan, and the guys from Makeway Racing.


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