Yves Behar talks about wearable computing, the Ouya project on Kickstarter, the upcoming OLPC XO Tablet and more. Design has the power to educate, inform, change society and create new opportunities where none existed. And in an environment of connectivity, design has another aim: It wants to be free. Hear why from the designer that brought you the Jawbone headset, the open-source game console Ouya, and many other groundbreaking product designs.
You can also watch his discussion with Om Malik at Gigaom Roadmap here:
Connected gadgets attached to our bodies are enabling us to track and manage our physical routines, fitness plans and health functions.
Hear how design and data will deliver the quantified self. You can also watch the official discussion video here:
John Maeda pioneered computer-based visual art at the MIT Media Lab, and his work now appears in the Museum of Modern Art. As the head of the globally renowned Rhode Island School of Design, he is pushing the boundaries of expression, design, connected culture and leadership.
You can also watch his full keynote on "The intersection of art, design, data and leadership" here. In this talk we will learn what he sees as the important vectors of the future of design, leadership and connected culture.
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