CreativeHubs Tech Inspiration Sessions
Where to start with Technology in education or as organisation?
Which problem do you want to solve and what kind of tech is useful for that?
What is affordable, adaptive and relatively sustainable to buy?
These questions and a lot of playful, but serious and professional technology, is brought to you by the CreativeHubs Tech Inspiration Table! Including experienced professionals who can learn you all about it.
For 10-300 visitors in 4 or 8 hours.
innovation: embracing change and using it in a meaningful way for a better future
This technology and various projects are available for the CreativeHubs Tech Inspiration Table.
Create & imagine:
This is possible at any scale level! Just like you can print houses, cars and pancakes. Customization is an important aspect. Mass production is less practical.
IoT: small data transmission and connections
How do you know that there is a full trashcan on a big airport or mall, without sending someone to investigate? Or where are the free parking places in a city? Send data over a very long distance, without high battery consumption.
Augmented Reality & 360 media
Experience the virtual world as layer over the real world. Application through which augmented information helps us oversee and understand the real world. Besides that 360 photo and video cams are able to digitalise the physical world through photgrammetry.
Social Virtual Reality
Meet others and collaborate virtually and worldwide in a surprising metaverse. Without travel time, independent of place and time.
Play 'Tic-Tac-Toe' and experience how a computer can 'see'. This principle is also applied in self-driving cars and can recognize many different shapes.
Transport is a major challenge, as is the increase in delivery services relative to climate targets and infrastructure. Can Drones help us with this?
How can robots help with social and psychological issues and keep work pressure and costs manageable? The Telling Hug is such a social robot for child welfare.
Prevention can prevent complex problems. By warning and monitoring in good time, we can intervene in time. Textiles, glass and ink can be used 'smartly' in our environment.
Theta 360 Photo & Video
Learn about shooting 360 images and video by making this tutorial
Cyberpi AI & IoT
Learn about Cyberpi by making this tutorial
Learn about OzoBot by making this tutorial
Social Robot Vertelknuffel SamBuddy
Learn about the Social Robot Vertelknuffel SamBuddy by reading this blog
3D Led Holofan
Learn about the 3D Led Holofan by watching this video
3D Printing with Ultimaker
Learn about 3D-printing with a Ultimaker by making this tutorial (PDF)
ClicBot: Modular Robot
LEGO Mindstorms EV3
Learn about LEGO Mindstorms EV3 by making this tutorial
Learn about MakeyMakey by making this tutorial
Learn about RaspberryPi by making this tutorial
VR Mozilla Hubs
Learn about Mozilla Hubs and building your own Social Virtual Reality Metaverse by making this tutorial
Learn about AR MergeCube by making this tutorial
Learn about Scratch by making this tutorial
Learn about BYOR by making this tutorial (PDF)
Learn about Littlebits by making this tutorial
Learn about Micorbit by making this tutorial
Learn about Arduino by making this tutorial
Learn about the A-stable Multivibrator (FlipFlop) by making this tutorial (PDF)
CreativeHubs aims to disseminate and share ideas, knowledge and experience of creative technology within organizations as a 'hub'. Through awareness and interaction, new ideas arise and the approach to questions or dilemmas in a school, organization or start-up is renewed.
With the word 'hub' one can think of the hub in a bicycle wheel, the center of the spokes. In a network, a hub is the center of the connected elements.
Consult with Raoul Postel of CreativeHubs? Come to the Permanent Future Lab Utrecht on Monday (Seats2Meet Utrecht CS, Explore Ruimte)
TAGs: Concepts | Design-Thinking | Internet of Things | Virtual Reality | Augmented Reality | Interaction | Do It Yourself | Graphic Design | WebDevelopment | 3D Printing | Video Mapping | Blockchain | Robots | Education
SUPPORTIVE CREDITs: Jurjen de Vries, Rebecca Grootelaar, Nick van Breda, René van der Weerd, Samir Lahiri, Fanny Claasen, Susan Au, Grafisch Lyceum Utrecht, Tom van de Wetering, Seats2Meet Utrecht CS, Permanent Beta, Permanent Future Lab