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Emily Herr

Muralist, Self-employed in Richmond

The Giant Metal Baby

PRESENTED ON AUG 20, 2016
IN WILLIAMSBURG @ VOL 15

Emily Herr has been painting murals for several years now, but has a problem. When your canvas is in a different location than your studio with all your supplies you spend more between the two than making art. Enter the Giant Metal Baby, a delivery truck that Emily is converting to her mobile studio with the usual trial and error of any first-time project.

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The Inflatable Concert Hall

BY YUSUKE KOMATA
@ VOL 107 ON OCT 30, 2013

Yusuke Komata and his team designed a mobile concert hall. It is a giant balloon that can fit inside of and run from a single truck. Here he outlines how it was designed, how it works, what things it can do, and how it has been used so far. (in Japanese with Engish subtitles)

"Presentation of the Day" on December 4, 2013.

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Theatre From...The Palm of Your Hand?

BY ANDREW ROBLYER
@ VOL 1 ON NOV 25, 2014

One theatre company's efforts to use the principles behind mobile and social media to engage a new generation of audience.

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Dayton Mobile Market

BY MAX SPANG
@ VOL 26 ON MAR 09, 2016

Max Spang is the cofounder and video manager of Knack Creative. He is also the director of marketing for the Dayton Mobile Market, a nonprofit which has the goal of ensuring that everyone in Dayton has access to fresh, healthy food.

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Giant Origami

BY COCO SATO
@ VOL 21 ON SEP 03, 2015

"'Robo-Origami' is a giant robotic origami installation created with robust robotic technology installed within giant origami sculpture."

In Giant Origami from PechaKucha Night Brighton Vol. 21, the Japanese artist Coco Sato, now based in Brighton England, shares her inspirational story of travels, learning new skills and giant interactive origami!  

This was "Presentation of the Day" on June 24th, 2017. 

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What can we learn from M-pesa: The global leader in mobile money

BY WANJIKU GITHEGI
@ VOL 33 ON MAY 22, 2017

How can technology empower people? Wanjiku Githegi believes that financial sector development and financial inclusion can empower individuals. She talks about M-pesa in Kenya, which empowers each Kenyan irrespective of social class, gender or educational background.

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Walking Cubes

BY CHRIS TAYLOR
@ VOL 2 ON MAY 11, 2017

Chris Boyd Taylor, a professor of art at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, gives us the short and skinny on his carreer in sculpture.

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Kirsty Keatch

BY KIRSTY KEATCH
@ VOL 33 ON NOV 02, 2017

Kirsty Keatch is a sound artist and creative programmer exploring the design of playful interactive sound in game systems, including AR and VR. Her work seamlessly integrates the dark arts of mobile technology with lighter creative contexts to widen people’s access to experiences with sound in installations in gallery spaces and mobile games.

Having completed a Masters in Sound Design by research at Edinburgh University, she worked with assistive music technology company, Skoogmusic. She had her kinetic sound installation, Katakata, curated at the Edinburgh International Science Festival in the National Museum of Scotland. Her recent AR game, Fit In, has been interpreted as a VR Party Game and been played at Arcadia in Dundee and V&A Friday Late in London.

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Efficient outsourcing simultaneous mobile application development for iOS and Android

BY MATTIAS EDSTRÖM
@ VOL 36 ON MAR 15, 2018

Former Pecha Kucha Aarhus-organizer Mattias Edström teaches the audience how to efficiently outsource simultaneous mobile application development for iOS and Android... or not. Through humorous email exchanges, he shows you why you don't just click delete on spam emails.

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Not-So-Smart Phones: Information Loss in the Mobile Era

BY KATHLEEN SEARLES
@ VOL 9 ON JUL 27, 2018

According to author, researcher, and professor of Mass Communications and Political Science, Kathleen Searles - if you’re reading this on your phone, it’s already too late.