We are Makers, Meditators, Technologists, Health/Wellness Practitioners, Secret Sages, Entrepreneurs, Hackers, Psychonauts, Founders, Researchers, Engineers, Clinicians, Spiritual Geeks, Visionaries, Techno Mystics and the Undefined Interested.
We're showcasing the latest projects, thinkers, and doers in the burgeoning Transformative Technology space
Consciousness Hacking Berlin is part of the larger Consciousness Hacking Global Network. We explore the emerging field where Spirituality, Science and Technology meet to possibly create transformative technology.
The Meetup wants to bring people together to explore how to combine the insights in spiritual practices with technology to deepen self-understanding, free up perception, and foster well being for people and culture.
We hack into: Transformative Technology - Sexuality - Neuroscience - Brain, Gut & Heart - Meditation - Self-Tracking - Psychology - Non-Duality - Cognitive Technology - Quantum Science - Wearables - And much more.
We’re very excited to have Mitch Altman as a guest in Conscious Hacking Berlin. Mitch is a true gem of a person, someone we would make sure to have at the table when creating a vision and new ethics for designing technologies that can serve humanity.
In this talk, Mitch will share some insights and opinions gained from his decades of pioneering various technologies around the world. He will be exploring what technology actually is - neutral or not? In our current cultural, social, political and economic contexts, can we determine if our creations will make our lives better? Given that there are positive and negative consequences for all of our choices, how can we encourage positive outcomes and discourage the negative? If we are to make our world a better place, these, and related topics are important to explore.
Mitch is a San Francisco and Berlin-based hacker and inventor, best known for inventing TV-B-Gone remote controls, a keychain that turns off TVs in public places. He was also co-founder of 3ware, a successful Silicon Valley startup in the late 1990s, and did pioneering work in Virtual Reality in the mid-1980s. He has contributed to MAKE Magazine and other magazines, and wrote a chapter for “Maker Pro”, a book about making a living from projects one loves. Currently Mitch gives talks and leads workshops around the world, teaching people to solder and make cool things with electronics. He promotes hackerspaces open source hardware, and mentors others wherever he goes. He is a co-founder of Noisebridge hackerspace in San Francisco, and is President and CEO of Cornfield Electronics.
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