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Interweb of Things

  • Jul 30, 2010 · 6:00 PM
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Interweb of Things - Let's get Physical

This time we will focus on everything 'atomic' - how the web can power 'things', how hardware is becoming open, how we can tinker with gadgets, build robots using Arduino and last but not least make the planet smarter and better. Don't forget to bring your favorite gadget and follow the event on twitter using MiniBarLondon.


Osmosoft: Andrew Back
Xmos: Jonathan May
TinkerLondon: Georgina Voss IBM Global Entrepreneur: Kevin Farrar
Riversimple/40Fires: Nico Sergent
Bubblino: Adrian McEwen
O'Reilly GMT: Craig Smith Sponsors: Creative Industries KTN, UKTI

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  • Jason B.

    good - probably better if had realised the exact format of the pitch beforehand!

    August 2, 2010

  • Rob G.

    I was coming in with fairly high expectations that being a group that is compromised of some highly talented individuals, there would be more practical examples of things that people had started doing and thoughts on where we could be a few years down the line.

    Instead I felt that many (not all) of the speakers came across very self promotional and didn't particularly express much of an opinion, just stated information that is and has been openly available for quite a while.

    Overall this left me feeling quite disappointed with the event.

    August 2, 2010

  • Nancy R.

    Really informative - great experience.

    August 1, 2010

  • Kam S.

    Yeah, that was some great new innovations of things that span the digital:: analogue worlds - and open source cars, the future is bright, the future is open source

    July 31, 2010

  • Tahir F.

    One of the best meetups I have been to. The talks were short and to the point giving enough great information for you to want to get involved. My business is geared towards innovative mobile tech so if anyone would like to get intouch please feel free to do so

    July 31, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    really interesting presentations

    July 31, 2010

  • John S.

    Very good session, lots of interesting ideas floating about

    July 31, 2010

  • Andy L.

    Some great talks, and met some interesting people

    July 31, 2010

  • Ken B.

    A good mix of speakers covering a wide range of topics. Very well attended. Great atmosphere in the bar outside afterwards.

    July 31, 2010

  • Ved S.

    significant mind expansion and excellent speakers. Good audience. Well organized.

    July 31, 2010

  • A former member
    A former member

    Interesting presentations. Lots of connections. Very exciting to hear what others are working on. A couple comments. Would be useful if all presenters had there name and company as the first slide. Also presenters should have yellow name tags to distinguish them from other presenters. Afterwards I wanted to talk to a couple of them, but couldn't remember what they looked like. 1 minute isn't long to remember a face!

    July 31, 2010

  • Taige

    hey does anyone want to help me with my startup?


    July 13, 2010

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